LyonHacks is a hackathon at William Lyon Mackenzie C.I., geared towards creativity, learning, and having as much fun as possible with the various mini-games, challenges, and social events that will take place during the hackathon! Join us for 36 hours of hacking between April 13-15th, and make sure you've registered through https://mcpt.ca/lyonhacks
In order to be eligible for submission, you MUST be a William Lyon Mackenzie student who has signed up via https://mcpt.ca/lyonhacks
Please submit your project to this website before 10:00 AM, April 15th, 2021 along with an offline presentation of your choice to boost your pitch! Although a video demonstration is strongly encouraged, other types of presentations, such as a Powerpoint or a Web Page are allowed.
A big part of LyonHacks is about creativity, ideas, and learning, so even if you didn't get to create a fully working project in time, that's okay!
Make sure that you have submitted to BOTH Devpost AND the Google Form that will be sent through the MCPT Discord server, shortly after our opening ceremony.
Note that there will be no live pitching during this event.
$100 in prizes
1st Place Overall
The best overall hack based on our judging criteria. The winning team will receive $10 worth of Amazon gift cards per person, for a maximum of $40 per team.
2nd Place Overall
The 2nd best overall hack based on our judging criteria. The winning team will receive $7.50 worth of Amazon gift cards per person, for a maximum of $30 per team.
3rd Place Overall
The 3rd best overall hack based on our judging criteria. The winning team will receive $5 worth of Amazon gift cards per person, for a maximum of $20 per team.
Unique and well-put-together projects that piqued our interest.
Hang out in our Discord Game Sessions for a chance of winning $10 worth of Amazon gift cards!
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How well is your project pitch presented? (More information on pitches in Discord)
How clean and easy to use is your project?
How useful will this project be in real life?
How unique and interesting is your project?