Major League Hacking 2017 Hackathon Season

The First FRHSD Hackathon

January 14-15 | Manalapan High School

About HackFRee


This 24-hour hackathon will bring students together from the Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) for the purpose of collaborative computer programming and learning.

FRHSD is located in Western Monmouth County, NJ and approximately 11,400 students are educated in six high schools. The schools include Manalapan, Colts Neck, Marlboro, Freehold Boro, Freehold Township, and Howell. More than 87 percent of our students pursue higher education, including the most prestigious colleges and universities in the nation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's A Hackathon?

A hackathon is a 24-hour event in which teams of students get together and work towards creating a cool project using programming or electronics. Hackathons are a great way to increase your coding knowledge, make new friends, and build something awesome.

Who's Invited?

All high school students from the Freehold Regional High School District are able to participate.

What If I Can't Program?

No problem, you're still invited! Mentors will be available to help launch your programming career. Hackathons are the perfect place to get valuable hands-on experience.

What Should I Make?

Anything! You have full creative freedom. Examples of possible projects are websites, games, or apps.

How Do Teams Work?

A team can consist of up to four members. Don't worry if you can't find a team. There will be a team building event.

How Much Does It Cost?

It's free! All food and drinks will be provided free of charge. Plus, you'll get free t-shirts and swag from our sponsors!

What Should I Bring?

  • Your Laptop
  • Your Phone
  • Charging cables
  • Yourself!

Have Some Questions?

Feel free to contact our team at aangelozzi@frhsd.com or gb282@cornell.edu.

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