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Ten Hawaii Schools Qualify for the National Championship for Girls Go CyberStart 2020

Since this February, many of Hawaii’s female high school students have been competing in the national Girls Go CyberStart competition hosted by SANS Institute. This programs, which inspires students to discover cybersecurity, is a gamified environment where students play as “Cyber Agents” solving digital crimes by gathering information, cracking codes, finding security flaws, and dissecting a cyber criminal’s digital trail. Of the 17 teams from Hawaii that competed, 10 have qualified for the National Championship. There will be 357 teams competing for the National titles along with cash prizes during the online competition on May 20-21.

Congratulations and Good Luck at the Nationals!

Castle High School
Hanalani Schools
Iolani School
Kalani High School
Kapolei High School
Keaau High School
Myron B. Thompson Academy — A New Century Pcs
Sacred Hearts Academy
Seabury Hall
The St Andrews Schools

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