High School Programming Contest
Contest date: March 31, 2017
The High School Programming Contest is a challenging and fun opportunity for high school students to improve their Java programming skills. The event encourages the development of creative problem-solving and communication skills as students work with their teammates to generate solutions to programming problems.
Who can participate?
High school students in grades 10, 11 and 12 are invited to enter. Students will work in four-person teams. Each school may enter two teams. School’s third teams will be accepted after the deadline if space allows.
What is the contest?
Teams will be given problems to solve using Java and will have three hours to implement solutions. Solutions will be judged for correctness and speed of solving. View the contest specifications and rules.
Where is the contest?
The contest will be held in the computer labs in the School of Engineering East Hall at VCU.