Cybersecurity Competition Club

Cyberspace has become the battle ground of crime. Business and government secrets are mishandled and leaked to our rivals, our individual privacy is being trampled. Strengthening the security and resilience of our nation's cyberspace has become critical. Huntsville High's security club and competition teams are helping to develop our nation's cyber workforce by teaching students the skills they need to help secure the nation's cyberspace.  We compete in both local and international competitions include the AFA's CyberPatriot program, PowerUP's CyberUp Games, the National Cyber Leagues Fall and Spring Competitions and many local Capture the Flag events.


Jim Morse, David Murphy

How to Join / Membership Requirements: 

Team membership is based on tryouts and the ability to attend practices. We will field teams in advanced, intermediate and beginner categories with tryouts in October. The club is currently offering training sessions for the 2020-21 season virtually. Training sessions are an hour long. See Col. Murphy or Coach Morse for more information. .

Other Info: 

2020-2021 has been a good year for the Cybersecurity Competition Teams. The Alabama CyberPatriot Open Division championship has come back to HHS along with the runner-up title. This is the first time sense 2012 that any team has accomplished that in Alabama. In addition to CyberPatriot success, the Advanced Forensic team has place 3rd in the nation in the CyberStart competition, 6 girls were honored by NCWIT and 20 students qualified for the CyberStart National Competition.


HHS Cybersecurity Competion History

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