South Francisco High School Students Win Hackathon

Five South San Francisco High School students, four of which are in AP Computer Science, won first place in in ANova Hacks, 2018, a 24-hour hackathon for high school students. The hackathon was organized by ANova, a University of California-Berkeley computer science service club (www.berkeleyanova.org). 

Over the course of the day, the students worked in a team of five to design and code their Drop Project, a website to promote water conservation. The team won Amazon Fire computer tablets and a Polaroid Camera.


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