WolfHacks21 is Chinguacousy Secondary School's third annual hackathon! WolfHacks is a STEM-based event in which driven individuals come together to collaborate and innovate to solve a challenge in friendly competition. WolfHacks allows students to engage with their community, network with other bright minds, and build on skills that are essential for their future endeavours. At WolfHacks, students unite under a common purpose, succeed through mutual support, and excel in innovating ideas.End Proctoring- End Proctoring-
Participants must be students in the Peel District School Board from grades 7 to 12. They must be a registered participant of WolfHacks21.End Proctoring- End Proctoring-
Please ensure your product is the best representation of your work at WolfHacks21. Your product can be a presentation slideshow, your CAD, any Github or coding work, or any images/sketches you made.End Proctoring- End Proctoring-
$CAD35,999 in prizes
Hack the North Invitation
Prize for 1st place team:
An automatic acceptance for all four group members to Hack the North, Canada's largest hackathon.
Nintendo Switch Lite
Prize for 1st place group:
All four members receive a Nintendo switch, a nextgen portable video gaming console.
Prize for 2nd place team:
All four members receive a JBL portable speaker which utilizes Bluetooth technology to wirelessly play your music wherever you go.
Prize for 3rd place team:
All four members receive a portable projector so you can bring a large screen, in a small package, wherever you go!
Arduino Mega Kit
Prize for the most technical award:
All four members of the group will receive an Arduino mega kit, which gives you everything you need to create your next amazing hardware project.
Prize for the team with the most creative project: All four members receive a pair of sony headphones to wirelessly listen to music on the go.
Prize for the best beginner hack:
All four members of the group will receive an Echo Dot, which is a smart assistant that can answer basic questions such as tomorrow's weather, and current news and even control supported appliances in your homes, such as smart blinds or thermostats.
Prize for the best hack from grade 7-8 students:
All presenting members of the group will receive a Telescope, to gaze at the stars that humanity might one day visit, perhaps with their proposed technology.
Prize for the team whose project has the best concept: All four members receive a drawing tablet, an effective alternative to a mouse.
Wolfram One and Wolfram Alpha
All winners will receive a one-year subscription to Wolfram One and Wolfram Alpha Pro, which is powerful computational software.
Prize for all winners: All winners get a 1password family plan membership for a year!
Amazon Gift Card
The Mentors' Choice Prize: All four members of the team receive a $10 Amazon gift card.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How well has the team identified, addressed, and solved the problem? How well does it relate to the overarching goal and theme (space) of the hackathon?
How theoretically sound is the concept? How feasible is it? How well does this solve the problem? How well does the concept function in theory?
How unique is the proposed technology? How unconventional and creative are the techniques used to address pertinent issues?
How practically sound is the product? How well does it function and address the issue? Does their product show tangible proof of concept? How well does this convey the practical applications of their concept?
How well has the group presented their ideas? How well is it articulated? Do all group members show an understanding of their design?
Most Technical Award
What level of technical proficiency does the design display? How advanced are the tools/functions used for the product? How do the technical aspects enhance the concept?