CSforGood Competition

Today’s students are tomorrow’s change makers.

CSforGood LogoToday’s students are tomorrow’s change makers, and that’s why we are inviting all Indiana K-12 students to show us how they would use computer science to drive positive change in our ever-evolving world during this year’s CSforGood Student Competition. Working with a teacher sponsor, teams of 2-5 students can submit a project showing how technology - either a software application, website or physical computing device - can be used to solve a problem in their school, community, or the world.

The competition has three divisions: elementary, middle and high school. Each division will have one winning team, and each member of the winning team will be awarded $500 worth of tech gear.

CSforGood Logo

Today’s students are tomorrow’s change makers, and that’s why we are inviting all Indiana K-12 students to show us how they would use computer science to drive positive change in our ever-evolving world during this year’s CSforGood Student Competition. Working with a teacher sponsor, teams of 2-5 students can submit a project showing how technology - either a software application, website or physical computing device - can be used to solve a problem in their school, community, or the world.

The competition has three divisions: elementary, middle and high school. Each division will have one winning team, and each member of the winning team will be awarded $500 worth of tech gear.

Competition Details

All final submissions are due March 5, 2021

2019 Winners

Elementary
School

The elementary robotics team from SENSE Charter School built a wheelchair robot that can go downstairs. It is designed to help people who are in wheelchairs that many need to get down the stairs in different situations.

Middle
School

The middle school division winner from SENSE Charter School created Shop Assist. Shop Assist is a shopping cart with a foot plate that has an app that connects to it. Grocery stores can program on the locations of merchandise in their stores and then you can click on an object in the app and the grocery cart will take you where you need to go.

High
School

The high school division winner from Hamilton Southeastern High School created Volunteer Fishers. Volunteer Fishers aims at providing the Fishers community with opportunities to give back. Our platform targets students in need of volunteer hours and allows them to easily find local organizations in need of help. Our challenge was to create a user-friendly website that integrates requesting volunteers and signing up to volunteer.

Elementary
School

The elementary robotics team from SENSE Charter School built a wheelchair robot that can go downstairs. It is designed to help people who are in wheelchairs that many need to get down the stairs in different situations.

SENSE Charter
Elementary School

SENSE Charter Elementary School Logo

Middle
School

The middle school division winner from SENSE Charter School created Shop Assist. Shop Assist is a shopping cart with a foot plate that has an app that connects to it. Grocery stores can program on the locations of merchandise in their stores and then you can click on an object in the app and the grocery cart will take you where you need to go.

SENSE Charter
Middle School

SENSE Charter Middle School Logo

High
School

The high school division winner from Hamilton Southeastern High School created Volunteer Fishers. Volunteer Fishers aims at providing the Fishers community with opportunities to give back. Our platform targets students in need of volunteer hours and allows them to easily find local organizations in need of help. Our challenge was to create a user-friendly website that integrates requesting volunteers and signing up to volunteer.

Hamilton Southeastern
High School

Hamilton Southeastern High School Logo

SENSE Charter
Elementary School

SENSE Charter Elementary School Logo

SENSE Charter
Middle School

SENSE Charter Middle School Logo

Hamilton Southeastern
High School

Hamilton Southeastern High School Logo

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