April 5-6th, 2019. Monta Vista High School.

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MVHacks is a hackathon for high school students in the Bay Area and is organized by students of Monta Vista High School. An extremely diverse population of about 200 students is expected to attend MVHacks with well-balanced male and female participation. Students with zero programming skills and extremely proficient programmers are all welcome. Participants will not only unveil their creativity using the wonders of technology, but will also learn and experiment with new technologies, APIs, and SDKs.

The goal of MVHacks is to deliver an unforgettable experience to the hackers by providing them all the resources, mentoring help, engaging workshops, prizes and not to forget the best food; so that by the end of almost 24 hours everyone will have a working project even if he/she hasn't coded a single line before. MVHacks will be held at Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, CA, from April 5-6, 2019. Participating students can start checking in at 5:00 PM. The event will end at 12 PM on April 6th (Saturday). MVHacks is free for all attendees.



  • Registration


    6:00 PM

    Check In

  • Intro

    Opening Ceremony/Team Formation

    7:00 PM

    Opening Ceremony/Team Formation

  • Hacking Begins

    Hacking Begins

    7:30 PM

    Let the Hacking Begin!

  • Dinner

    Dinner + Sponsorship Talk

    8:00 PM

    Dinner + Sponsorship Talk

  • Dinner

    Workshop 1 by Delta Hacks


    Workshop 1 by Delta Hacks

  • Dinner

    Workshop 2 by Delta Hacks


    Workshop 2 by Delta Hacks


  • Snack

    Midnight Snack

    12:00 AM

    Midnight Snack

  • Breakfast



    Get some breakfast.

  • Hacking Ends

    Hacking Ends!

    9:00 AM

    Submissions due!

  • Demos


    9:45 AM


  • Winners

    Winners Announced!

    10:30 AM

    Awards given & Congratulations!


We would like to thank our wonderful sponsors!

Interested in sponsoring MVHacks? Check out our sponsorship packet below, or email us at

Sponsorship Packet


MVHacks is hosted by the Hack Club at Monta Vista High School.