Suffolk, VA will not host Code Quest in 2019. Please consider our other VA and MD locations.
2019 Eligibility Will Be Available Soon
- Three teams can represent a school. Schools may register additional teams but will be waitlisted until registration is opened to them Monday, March 5th. From the waitlist, teams will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. If an additional team is accepted, you will be notified via email on or after March 5th.
- Students can be U.S. and Non-U.S. citizens. Passport Information will be required for Non-U.S. Citizens. Passports will be required for check in for Non-U.S. Citizens the day of the event.
- Coaches can be U.S. and Non-U.S. citizens. Passport Information will be required for Non-U.S. Citizens. Passports will be required for check in for Non-U.S. Citizens the day of the event.
- Recommendation for Novice level is all students on a team with 1 year or less of coding classes and/or competitions in the languages used (not cumulative) at Code Quest. If there is a student with more than 1-year experience in the coding languages being used, that team should register as Advanced. The coach can make the determination at what level their team will compete at depending on what language(s) the team will use at the competition. For clarifications or questions please contact email@example.com.
Family members cannot be accommodated.
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