Hannah Kim

Hannah is a senior at Marriotts Ridge High School, where she plays an active role in the school’s math team, SHE++, and computer science club. She tutors and helps to organize events for the Mount View math team and plays the french horn. In her spare time, she enjoys writing and taking walks.

Michelle Liu

Michelle is a senior at Marriotts Ridge High School, where she is a member of Science Olympiad, FBLA, SHE++, generationOn, NHS and French NHS. She is also the CTO of a non-profit organization called BranchOut. In her free time, she enjoys coding, creating Twitter bots, and making Spotify playlists.

Richard Huang

Richard is a senior at Centennial High School and is a member of the tennis team, badminton club, and CHS Graphics. He spends most of his free time practicing tennis, fiddling with PCs, and experimenting with graphic design. He is almost always sleep deprived and listening to music.

Sathwik Yanamaddi

Sathwik is a senior at Centennial High School, where he is part of the It’s Academic, Model UN, and Red Cross clubs. He also loves computer science, programming, and loves being part of hackathons. In his free time, he likes playing soccer, playing badminton, trying new food and playing video games.

Nadine Meister

Nadine is a senior at Centennial High School, where she is a member of her school’s math team, Science Olympiad, Girls Who Code club, Tri-M society, Girl Up club, and cross country team. In her free time, she enjoys programming, listening to music, and playing the clarinet and piano.

Abishay Reddy

Abishay is a junior at Mt. Hebron high school and is a part of the tennis team, FBLA, computer science club, and president of the Cybersecurity club. He spends his free time playing tennis, programming, or listening to music.

Faith Pak

Faith is a senior at Glenelg High School and she is a part of Tri-M, Book Club, and Glenelg’s symphonic band. She also plays clarinet, guitar, and piano in her free time as well as eating snacks, sleeping, and hanging out with friends. She also plays around with digital art and other forms of drawing and doodles.

Frequently Asked Questions

A hackathon is a coding marathon - it's like a real-time programming fair where students develop an idea and bring it to life through code. A project could be a game, website, app, robot, Arduino project, whatever! If you enjoy programming or technology in general, hackathons are great places to meet friendly, like-minded people.

No, you don't! Even if you aren't able to code beforehand, you can attend workshops, learn some code, and still submit a project.

Participation is limited to students currently enrolled in high school and middle school students above the age of 13. If you have already graduated high school but would still like to attend the event, please consider volunteering or mentoring for the event! Send us an email at freddy@quhacks.tech for more information on contributing to QuHacks.

No problem! Many participants arrive without a team, and you can meet and work with new people. You can also choose to work alone. The limit is 4 people per team.

Nothing! We'll be providing meals, snacks, and swag completely free of charge, thanks to our awesome sponsors. If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, please email us at freddy@quhacks.tech

We recommend that you bring a laptop (One per team is fine). Laptops aren't required, but it won't be easy to code on lined paper.

Anyone caught working on past projects will be forced to sit in the corner and wear the dunce hat. Seriously though, don't be that one guy.

If you are attending alone, don't worry! We can help you form a group based on your interests or you can fly solo, although working with a team is encouraged.

At some point, Freddy had a cheesy description here. However, we can't seem to decide what Freddy is, so we'll just say he's that one duck you keep seeing around incomplete parts of this website.