The CS for All consortium has compiled a comprehensive list of curriculums and programs that can be filtered by level, provider and audience. Check here to see an up to date list of offerings!
American Computer Science League (ACSL)
A fun competition designed to teach students (elementary to high school) how to code. This organization has been motivating kids for 40 years, and you can sign up to participate too! Click here for more information and how to sign up.
National Technical Honor Society
Start a NTHS at your school and let students be recognized for their achievements and efforts in technical education. Click for more information.
Immerse yourself in Cryptography! Check it out!.
PicoCTF – CMU Cybersecurity Competition 2017
Discover what PicoCTF is and read about last years competition! Click here for more information and find out if you qualify to join next years challenges!
Register for this years NYU RED challenge (which was formally called “the High School Forensics Challenge”). The online Qualification Round, happening September, 21st-30th 2018, will be focusing on reconnaissance, penetration testing, and investigation of a target organization. Learn more, and register your team, here.
2018 Congressional App Challenge
This challenge was started to encourage students to learn how to code. Annual district-wide competitions are hosted each year by Members of Congress to allow Middle and High School students to code original apps and be recognized by the government for their outstanding effort. Students will have the chance to compete for prizes and have their work displayed in the Capitol Building in Washington, DC! Click here to learn more on how to participate! If you register before July 1st 2018, you’ll get a 20% discount!
Interested in Coaching a team for this year’s Cyber Patriot Competition?
Register a team! Sign up a team of students, either in the Middle School, High School, or All Service division and watch them test their skills in Cyber Security. Training materials will be provided for the teams to get them started; however, there is no course or skill prerequisite required to participate. After completing the first round, teams move on to slightly harder rounds. Finalists move on to the nation tournament, and winners are awarded scholarship grants! Click here for more information about the challenge. Registration will be open until October 3rd, 2018.
ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize in High School Computing
Are you a graduating high school student that excels in their computer science courses? We are seeking submissions for the prestigious ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize. Challenges for the award will focus on developing an artifact that engages modern computing technology and computer science. Judges look for submissions that demonstrate ingenuity, complexity, relevancy, originality, and a desire to further computer science as a discipline. The deadline to submit is January 5th 2019. Eligible applicants for the award will include graduating high school seniors residing and attending school in the US.
Click HERE for additional information and application