CyberPatriot VI National Finals Competition Results

After excelling in the season’s three online qualification rounds, which challenged teams to identify and fix vulnerabilities in static virtual systems, the CyberPatriot VI National Finalists competed in the final and only in-person round of the season to defend virtual networks from a professional aggressor team made up of cyber security experts from CyberPatriot's industry partners led by the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The National Finalists also faced off in three additional competition components: the Digital Cyber Crime Scene Challenge from the U.S. Cyber Crime Conference and the Cisco Networking Challenge, both of which returned from previous seasons, and the new Leidos Digital Forensics Challenge.

It is our great pleasure to announce the winners of this year's CyberPatriot national honors. Congratulations to all of the National Finalist teams!

To view photos from the National Finals Competition, click here, or visit the CyberPatriot Photos page under the Media tab.

For the full press release announcing the CyberPatriot VI award winners, click here.


Open Division

National Champion: Team “Azure,” North Hollywood High School, North Hollywood, CA

National Champion Runner-Up: Team “V'Ger,” Grissom High School, Huntsville, AL

Third Place Winner: Team “Sudo,” Summit Technology Academy, Lee's Summit, MO

Digital Crime Scene Challenge Winner: Team "Any Key", Rangeview High School, Aurora, CO

Cisco Networking Challenge Winner: Team "Kernel Panic", Summit Technology Academy, Lee's Summit, MO


All Service Division

National Champion: Team “Fearsome Falcons,” Clearfield High School, Clearfield, UT (Air Force JROTC)

National Champion Runner-Up: Team “Marine Raiders,” Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical High School, Fitchburg, MA (Marine Corps JRTOC

Third Place Winner: Team “Rodney's House,” Patrick Henry High School, San Diego, CA (Navy JROTC)

Digital Crime Scene Challenge Winner: Team "Troy Cyber Warriors", Troy High School (Navy JROTC), Fullerton, CA

Cisco Networking Challenge Winner: Team “Rodney's House,” Patrick Henry High School, San Diego, CA (Navy JROTC)


Middle School Division

National Champion: Team “Cyber Knights,” Beach Cities Cadet Squadron, San Pedro, CA

National Champion Runner-Up: Team “Leathernecks,” Marine Military Academy, Harlingen, TX