CYBERPATRIOT VI (2013-2014)
Registration for CyberPatriot VI exceeded 1,500 teams, marking unprecedented growth for the program. Scouting troops and Boys and Girls Clubs were invited to field teams for the first time, and Coaches historically limited to one team were permitted to coach up to three. Version 2.0 of the CyberPatriot Competition System not only allowed CyberPatriot to score more complex vulnerabilities, but also introduced a public score board and audio effects that made competing even more exciting. The Regional Recognition Round made its debut during CyberPatriot VI, giving top teams from the State Recognition Round the opportunity to compete in one more round of competition. At the CyberPatriot VI finals North Hollywood High School took the Open Division National Championship, Clearfield High School took the All Service Division National Championship and Beach Cities Cadet Squadron took the first Middle School Division National Championship.
for the list of registered teams from CyberPatriot VI.
National Champion: Team "Azure," North Hollywood High School, North Hollywood, CA
Runner-Up: Team "V'Ger," Grissom High School, Huntsville, AL
Third Place: Team "Sudo," Summit Technology Academy, Lee's Summit, MO
All Service Division
Team "Fearsome Falcons," Clearfield High School, Clearfield, UT (Air Force JROTC)
Runner-Up: Team "Marine Raiders," Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School, Fitchburg, MA (Marine Corps JROTC)
Third Place: 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
Runner-Up: Team "Leathernecks," Marine Military Academy, Harlingen, TX