Congressional App Challenge

It’s with great enthusiasm that I host the Congressional App Challenge for middle and high school students who reside or attend school in the 2nd Congressional District of Kentucky each year. STEM skills, particularly those surrounding coding and computer science, are essential for America’s economic growth and innovation, and I am looking forward to connecting with the Second District’s bright young coders through the Congressional App Competition.   

This is an opportunity for either a student, or a team of up to 4 students, to showcase their coding skills by creating an app that will compete against other Kentucky students. This competition provides the opportunity to showcase the accomplishments and skills of our local students. I highly encourage students to participate, even if they have never coded before. This is a great opportunity for Kentucky students to develop new skills. The winning app is eligible to be displayed at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. and will be featured on House.gov, the House of Representatives' website. Apps will be judged by computer science professionals from around the 2nd Congressional District.

Click HERE for the 2022 Congressional App Challenge flyer.

Click HERE for the 2021 Congressional App Challenge rules.

Click HERE for the Congressional App Challenge website.

Important Dates:

Deadline: November 1, 2022

Call 270-842-9896 or email Kylie.Foushee@mail.house.gov if you have any additional questions.


A full list of 2021 winners can be found below:

Overall First Place:
Emma Bunch
Glasgow High School
Cure

Overall Second Place:
Grant Harper and Madeline Prichard
Barren County High School
Smart-Q

Overall Third place:
Alli Burgan, Matisse Dalton, Braxton Powers, Kyla Thomson
Apollo High School and Daviess County High School
Vocal

Middle School First Place:
Macy Hoback and Molly Johnson
Hebron Middle School
Women’s Rights Through History

Middle School Second Place:
Emilee LaFollette
Hebron Middle School
Fall Baking Madness

Middle School Third Place:
Jacob Goins and Micah Taylor
Hebron Middle School
Star Collector 1.0