Our community is a space for resources, support and inspiration for wherever you are on your Hackergal journey. We are proud of our Hackergals and are excited to have the opportunity to share their stories and work. We are eager to share these stories, hear yours and grow our Hackergal community. Join us in celebrating and exploring creativity, coding and the unlimited potential of Hackergals.

Next Hackergal Hackathon:



Collingwood School
Fernie Secondary School
Holy Cross Regional Secondary
John Stubbs Memorial School


Calgary Arts Academy School
Cold Lake Middle School
Glengarry School
St. John Bosco School


Allandale Heights Public School
Bayshore ES
Birch Cliff Heights P.S.
Black Walnut Public School


Brookside Junior High
Fanning Education Centre
Horton High School
Pine Ridge Middle School


Featuring the work from our skillful Hackergals!
All of our Hackergals are stars! Every two weeks, a Hackergal Star is chosen for her exceptional creativity, coding skills and dedication to learning.

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Interested in hosting a Hackergal hackathon at your school? Whether you’re a parent or a teacher, let’s get in touch!

Community Partners

Our Community Partners support Hackergal's mission to empower young girls to explore endless opportunities in computer science. For more information on their programming please visit their website.

Canada Learning Code

Canada Learning Code is a national not-for-profit organization championing digital literacy education, working nation-wide and across all sectors to equip Canadians with technical skills. To date, the organization has taught over 80,000 learners through their programs, which are offered in over 30 cities across the country. Founded as Ladies Learning Code in 2011, the organization has evolved to run programming for adults, youth and educators through programs Ladies, Girls, Kids, Teens and Teachers Learning Code. Technical skills are a tool of empowerment, and it is the organization’s mission to ensure that all Canadians – particularly those who are currently underrepresented in the tech sector – have access to learn these critical skills and be active participants in the digital age.

The Knowledge Society

The Knowledge Society (TKS) is an organization that identifies and develops high-potential young people to tackle the world’s most important problems. Founded by successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, TKS aims to expose students 13-17 to next-gen technologies that will dramatically change the way we live. Examples include Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Blockchain, Alternative Energy, Quantum Computers, Genomics and more. TKS is also supported by organizations like Google, Microsoft, McKinsey, RBC, Airbnb and provides top-tier mentorship from world-class innovative companies globally. Over the 10 month programs, the students will develop the skills, knowledge, mindset, and attitudes to impact the world far earlier in their lives.