The IT Showcase gives Grade 12 IT learners a platform to gain exposure for their matric IT projects. Meet with other IT students and share experiences. Wow businesses and tertiary institutions with your skill!
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Top judges from tertiary institutions across the country will be judging your work. Use their input and the input of your peers to make your matric IT project even better and get top marks in your IT finals!
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Every contestant receives a goodie bag bursting with gifts donated by our sponsors. This year we hope to award the winners bursaries and more! Sponsor us and get involved in supporting the future leaders in IT.
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This year's competition will be held on Thursday 19th September 2019, at Redhill School, 20 Summit Rd, Morningside from 8:00am till 2:00pm.
The IT Showcase is in its eight year and has had over 20 entries each year. This year we can accommodate 50 entries and also welcome juniors to showcase their own drones, robots, electronic inventions and coding.
The IT Showcase creates a platform for South African Grade 12 IT learners to gain exposure for their matric IT projects which are of an exceptional standard. The IT Showcase creates a meeting place between Grade 12 IT students, businesses and tertiary institutions. Junior students can also visit the Showcase to get ideas for their own projects
Our vision is to create a climate where we recognise and value the projects produced by Grade 12 IT students country-wide. We aim to create visibility and appreciation of the skills available in our country in order to promote and develop a rich culture of problem solving with respect to technology.
Scenes from IT Showcase 2018
Scenes from IT Showcase 2014
Winners of IT Showcase 2013
Scenes from IT Showcase 2013
Winners of IT Showcase 2012
Winners of IT Showcase 2011
"The IT matric students are the future leaders in IT. As teachers, we are privileged to teach such talented students. They are precious resources that need to be encouraged and supported throughout their academic careers."
Delia Kench (Founder)