CREATE AN APP

Read more below. The 2020 Congressional App Challenge has officially launched, and students can register and submit their original apps through October 19th.

RULES

Read the complete set of competition rules. 

PARTICIPATING DISTRICTS

Find out if your Congressperson is hosting a competition!

LEARN TO CODE!

Check out these computer science resources!

PRIZES 

  1. Winning apps are eligible to be displayed in the US Capitol Building and featured on the House of Representatives’ website, House.gov
  2. Winning students are invited to #HouseofCode Capitol Hill Reception in Washington D.C.
  3. Additional sponsor prizes TBA!

MEET SOME OF OUR PREVIOUS WINNERS

  • Organized College Planner (OCP)

    OCP was created by Zach Burke to help students stay organized during the college application process.

    Organized College Planner (OCP)
    Zach Burke (IL-09)
    Congressional App Challenge 2016 Winner
  • Trade App

    Trade App, made by Hayden Crabb, is a simulation game that allows students to interact with the principles of economics.

    Trade App
    Hayden Crabb (ID-01)
    Congressional App Challenge 2016 Winner
  • defendUS

    Caroline Gschwend developed defendUS, an interactive game that introduces students to topics in American history.

    defendUS
    Caroline Gschwend (AR-03)
    Congressional App Challenge 2016 Winner
  • Spell Me

    Etash Kalra’s Spell Me acts as a mobile coach to help students prepare for spelling bees and spelling tests.

    Spell Me
    Etash Kalra (CO-04)
    Congressional App Challenge 2016 Winner

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