FHS.hacks() is Franklin High School’s annual hackathon. A hackathon is an opportunity where students get together to develop creative solutions to real world problems. During the hackathon, students will get access to mentors, workshops, other student coders, as well as “hacking” time to turn their ideas into reality. FHS.hacks() is open to all high school students from anywhere in the US with competitive and innovative spirits. Whether you’re a new coder or a seasoned hacker, come join the FHS WARRIORS for a weekend of learning, connection, and fun!
This years theme is centered around
Re-Inventing Life During A Pandemic
**Bring your phone for fun and games!**
With workshops like "EarSketch" and "Introduction to Machine Learning", everyone is bound to learn something new at this year's hackathon.
Find people who share your passion and curiosity for Computer Science through team building and "girls night out" sessions.
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