CYBERPATRIOT IV (2011-2012)
CyberPatriot IV saw more expansive growth, as the number of registered teams topped 1,000 for the first time. The number of teams making it to the National Finals also expanded with two Canadian teams participating as part of an International Exhibition. The DC3 Crime Scene Challenge added an extra layer of difficulty to the final round that year. The top team in each Division received awards for that event. Awards to the top team in every service were also handed out. Another notable aspect of CyberPatriot IV was that the Los Angeles Unified School District and City of San Antonio were designated as Centers of Excellence for motivating students in careers in science, technology, education, and mathematics (STEM). For CyberPatriot IV Alamo Academies - ITSA from San Antonio, TX took the top place in the Open Division and Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron (CAP) from Colorado Springs, CO took the top place in the All Service Division.
for the list of registered teams from CyberPatriot IV.
: Alamo Academies (San Antonio, TX)
Runner-Up: Lewis and Clark High School (Spokane, WA)
Third Place: Palos Verdes Peninsula High School (Rolling Hills Estates, CA)
All Service Division
Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron, Civil Air Patrol (Colorado Springs, CO)
Runner-Up: John R. Rogers High School, Air Force JROTC (Spokane, WA)
Third Place: Clearfield High School, Air Force JROTC (Clearfield, UT)