From competing, and winning in all three of the hackathons I’ve attended, to maintaining a position in National Honor society, this page contains a collection of the accolades I’ve received throughout my life.

1st place at Seattle VR Hackathon (Sebtember 2018)

From the 14th to the 16th, I participated in a virtual / augmented reality Hackathon here in Seattle. My team decided to create a gesture based game, heavily inspired by Trogdor the Burninator. Through our efforts, we were awarded 1st place in a particular field and were awarded $700, split among all of us.

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2nd place at TSA State Conference (March 2018)

In my junior year I competed in the TSA (Technology Student Association) state conference for the Coding event. I placed second out of 50+ teams.

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2nd place at Seattle CodeDay Hackathon (November 2017)

A tower defense game I made with a small team during a code day. This project was finished in the span of roughly 3 hours. We earned the 2nd place award for our project.

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2nd place at Seattle, Developers' Hackathon (December 2016)

This was the first Hackathon I attended. I, along with two others, created a key logger, and screen tracker. We earned the second place prize, out of 100 teams.

National Honor Society (2016 - 2019)

Since 2016, I have been accepted into the National Honor Society. For my chapter, the requirements are 30 service hours, and a 3.5 or higher GPA. I have been a member for all my years in High School.