HackTrin is Trinity School's annual hackathon, and we are excited to announce that we are in our sixth year of holding the event. We've designed the event to appeal to a broad range of interests and skill-levels. The day will be filled with workshops that encompass both very simple concepts and challenging concepts. Furthermore, as a part of our effort to make computer science more accesible, we will be awarding a prize for the best beginner group.

This year, HackTrin will be embracing hardware. We will be giving out Adafruit Circuit playgrounds to each team and will also be lending out Trinity's hardware for you to use in your projects.

Hackathon Sponsors


Best overall project

Best beginner project

Design Award

Middle School Prize

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


• Participants: Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers only.

• Teams of no more than 4 members. Individual projects are also acceptable, but we encourage you to branch out as working with a team can be rewarding.


Your projects should be submitted to Devpost by 5pm. We will have four prize categories (no project will be given more than one prize):

• Best overall project

• Design Award

• Beginner Prize

• Middle School Prize


Howard Tsao

Howard Tsao
Founder and CEO of Muse Games

Emily Lim

Emily Lim
Marketing Designer at Dots

Lillie Schachter

Lillie Schachter
Computer Science Educator

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
  • Fidelity to the Theme
  • Complexity

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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