Enter Competition


Entries for the 2018 IT Showcase have now been opened. We look forward to seeing what you have been working on this year!.

This year we have two categories:

  • The grade 12 PAT judged according to the IEB rubric using OOP principles and persistent storage
  • The grade 12 PAT projects that integrate with other software like gaming engines, scripting languages, online software, mobile apps etc

​The rubrics for judging are available herePlease read the rules


If you wish to enter a project in the 2019 IT Showcase to be held at Redhill School, Morningside on Thursday 19th September at 8:00 am please click on the link below. 

You will need to attend the showcase on the day of the competition. The IT Showcase will be held at Redhill School on Thursday 19th September starting promptly at 08h00.  You must be at Redhill School Sandton in the Len Miller Hall no later than 07h30. Everything must be set up by latest 08h00.

Please bring your completed set of documentation as required by your teacher for your PAT project or documentation for the complete design cycle for your invention in the electronics/robotics category. Your documentation will be judged as part of your entry. You will also need to bring your computer, screen, mouse and keyboard and any other peripherals necessary to run your project.

2019 Entry Form

If you wish to attend, please complete the form below to register.

2019 Attendance Registration


Find great talent

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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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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  • “If you give people tools, and they use their natural abilities and their curiosity, they will develop things in ways that will surprise you very much beyond what you might have expected.” ― Bill Gates (Microsoft)

  • "Let’s go invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday" - Steve Jobs (Apple)

  • "If you have a product that's really gaining a lot of usage, then it's probably a good idea." - Larry Page (Google)

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