Welcome to CharterHacks!

If you are a bored middle schooler or high schooler this summer who wants to help our medical community, CharterHacks is the right hackathon for you!

CharterHacks is an engaging hackathon with a multitude of events and workshops for students to learn and play. Get a chance to learn machine learning and even participate in our fun chess tournament! Win and you'll be given loads of amazing prizes!


Our prizes will include:

  • Repl.it Premium Memberships (3 months for everyone who submits, with extra months for the winners!)
  • AOPS Coupons
  • Bugsee Credits
  • And more!

Hackathon Sponsors


$6,690 in prizes

1st place team

1st place team
$500 DigitalOcean credits, Clerky Company Lifetime Package, and Repl.it 1 year premium

For Clerky:
- Must wait until 18 years old to claim
- Expedited filing fees for incorporation
- First-year registered agent fee
- Annual report and franchise tax reminders

2nd place team

$500 DigitalOcean credits, Repl.it 6-month Premium, and 1Password 6 month free membership

Best Game Award

$25 AOPS Coupons for each team member

3rd place team

$500 DigitalOcean credits, iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit, Mahi Driver Kit, & Pro Tech Toolkit

Best App Award

$1000 Bugsee Credits

Best AR/VR App made with EchoAR Award

$50 Amazon Gift Card, feature on EchoAR Newsletter, and EchoAR Business Tier

Best Website

$500 Digital Ocean Credits

Honorable Mention

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Age: Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers allowed

Location: Discord - https://discord.gg/nnsm9hr

Team Size: 4 student maximum, 1 student minimum


 Your submission requires a video presentation adhering to our rubric (found above) and answering the following questions :

  • What is the purpose of your app and how does it address the prompt?
  • Who is the audience of your app and who will be using it?
  • What challenges did you overcome in making your project?


Nathan Zhao

Nathan Zhao

Andrew Zhao

Andrew Zhao

Atharva Shanbhag

Atharva Shanbhag

Jinay Jain

Jinay Jain

Neel Sortur

Neel Sortur

Jared Saquing

Jared Saquing

James Skripchuk

James Skripchuk

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation
    Does the product introduce a new approach or perspective, technical, analytical, or visual?
  • Fit
    Does the product address the prompt?
  • Functionality
    Does the product function as intended? Is it robust and easy to interact with?
  • Design
    Is the product aesthetically pleasing? Does the design of the product elevate its message?
  • Extensibility
    Can the product be easily expanded in the future?
  • Rubric Link

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