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CCIC 2020

The cybersecurity championship for the Golden State, which took place October 2  - 4, 2020. Student teams competed to respond to a fictional storyline called Mission Alenium, about a hacked satellite that fell to Earth.


Misson Alenium

They engaged in multiple hands-on, space-themed set designs to solve the cyber mystery of how the satellite was attacked. On Saturday, October 3rd, 78 teams of California middle school and high school students competed in either the “Intermediate” or “Difficult” divisions and worked on the AWS 3D Sumerian and Discord platforms to collect evidence and solve the satellite cybercrime.  Each set represented a location of importance to the characters and organizations involved in the storyline. 

Train for Mission Alenium

Control Room

Competition Winners

Division 1 - Difficult


North Hollywood High School

First Place

CyberAegis Pentaquark

Del Norte High School

Second Place

Amador 3

Amador High School

Third Place

Division II - Intermediate


Mira Costa High School

First Place

San Ysidro 1

San Ysidro High School

Second Place

Cedarlane 1

Cedarlane Academy

Third Place

Check out the virtual reality environment in which the CCIC 2020 took place.

Participating Schools

Amador High School e3 Civic High North Hollywood High School
Assurance Learning Academy Echelon Catapult Patrick Henry High School
Canyon Crest Academy Franklin High School Rocklin High School
Canyon Springs High School Glen A. Wilson High School Saint Francis High School
Cambria High School Golden Valley High School San Ysidro High School
Cedarlane Academy Jesuit High School Scripps Ranch High School
Central Coast New Tech High School Ladera Vista Middle School Toby Johnson Middle School
Christian Brothers High School Mira Costa High School Troy High School
Del Norte High School Monterey Trail High School