Celebrate the schools who are through to the National Championship for Girls Go CyberStart 2019!

May 24 · 4 min read

It’s time to announce who got through to the National Championship!

We have been blown away by how many smart young women have been working through CyberStart Game over the past few weeks. That’s why we are very excited to reveal and celebrate the schools who have progressed to the National Championship for Girls Go CyberStart 2019!

Regardless of whether your school got through to the National Championship for Girls Go CyberStart 2019, up to ten students in every state can still win a $500 scholarship to pay towards their college tuition!

Just keep your students playing CyberStart Game until it closes on June 28 and the girls with the highest scores will be awarded their scholarships.

Alan Paller, Research Director at SANS Institute said:

“Congratulations to all the schools through to the next round of Girls Go CyberStart! It’s fantastic to be able to celebrate and bring to light the hidden talents of high school girls across the US. Alongside Governors, the support from schools and teachers has been instrumental in helping us to empower a generation of incredible young women to become the next leaders in an industry where they can make a huge difference. We can’t wait to see what this talented groups of students will go on to achieve.”

Check out which schools got through in each state:

Alabama / Arkansas / California / Colorado / Connecticut /
Delaware / Georgia / Hawaii / Idaho / Indiana / Iowa / Maine / Maryland / Michigan / Nevada / New Jersey / North Carolina /
North Dakota / Rhode Island / Tennessee / Texas / Vermont /
Virginia / West Virginia / Wyoming


  • Alabama School of Math & Science
  • Center Point High School
  • Huntsville High School


  • Greenbrier Junior High School
  • Greenbrier High School
  • Lake Hamilton High School


  • Mira Costa High
  • Monterey Trail High
  • Mt. Carmel High
  • Troy High
  • Vista Del Lago High


  • Durango High School
  • Highlands Ranch High School
  • Lutheran High School
  • Niwot High School


  • Daniel Hand High School
  • Emmett O’Brien Technical High School
  • Greenwich High School
  • Joel Barlow High School
  • Quinebaug Middle College
  • Windham Technical High School


  • Charter School Of Wilmington
  • Mot Charter School
  • Padua Academy


  • Augusta Preparatory Day School
  • Evans High School
  • Wheeler 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


  • Centennial High School


  • Bloomington High School North
  • East Noble High School
  • Homestead Senior High School
  • Noblesville High School
  • North Wood High School
  • Park Tudor School
  • Valparaiso High School
  • Walker Career Center
  • West Lafayette Jr/Sr High School


  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Bedford High School
  • Central Campus HS
  • John F Kennedy High School
  • Sioux City Career Academy
  • Urbandale High School
  • Valley High School
  • Waukon High School
  • West High School


  • Freeport High School


  • Bishop Mcnamara High School
  • Bryn Mawr School
  • Chesapeake High
  • Great Mills High
  • Montgomery Blair High
  • Poolesville High
  • Thomas S. Wootton High


  • Hillsdale Area Career Center
  • Huron High School


  • Advanced Technologies Academy
  • The Davidson Academy Of Nevada
  • East Career Technical Academy
  • Green Valley High School
  • Shadow Ridge High School

New Jersey

  • Absegami High School
  • Bergen County Academies
  • Communications High School
  • Egg Harbor Township High School
  • Freehold Borough High School
  • High Technology High School
  • The Hun School Of Princeton
  • Lakeland Regional High School
  • Livingston High School
  • Red Bank Regional High School
  • Stuart Country Day School
  • Warren Hills Regional High School
  • Westfield Senior High School

North Carolina

  • Enloe High
  • NC School of Science and Mathematics
  • Panther Creek High
  • Riverside High
  • Tri-code Girls Club
  • Union Pines High

North Dakota

  • Williston High School

Rhode Island

  • East Greenwich High


  • William Blount High School


  • Alamo Academies
  • Arthur Miller Career Center
  • Brackett High School
  • Bridgeland High School
  • Clear Lake High School
  • Clements High School
  • East Central High School
  • Eastwood Academy
  • Hebron High School
  • Independence High School
  • Lake Travis High School
  • Lee High School
  • Leadership Prep School Secondary
  • Lovejoy High School
  • Martin High School
  • Medina Valley High School
  • NISD-John Jay Science & Engineering Academy High School
  • Northside ISD-Business Careers High School
  • Plano West Senior High School
  • Richardson High School
  • Taft High School


  • Burlington Senior High School
  • Vermont Home Education Network


  • Bridging Communities Career & Tech Center
  • Flint Hill School
  • Langley High
  • Spotsylvania High

West Virginia

  • Fayetteville High School
  • Morgantown High School
  • Scott High School


  • Sheridan High School

These schools will now need to choose four students to compete in the National Championship for Girls Go CyberStart 2019 between June 5 and June 7.

Girls Go CyberStart

Empowering girls across the US to become the next leaders in cybersecurity and help protect the web.

Thanks to Sophie Flynn


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