Upcoming PSCSTA Programming Contest
April 23, 2016
Middle & High School students will solve programming problems in teams of 1-3 people with 1 computer using any programming language(s). Teams will compete in their division and the top three teams in each division will be awarded with medals and recognition. All participating students will also have a chance to participate in a raffle for additional prizes.
The Spring 2016 contest will be held at the Roosevelt High School Commons in Seattle. Registration will open up at 3pm on Wednesday March 23 and will close at 11:00 pm on Wednesday March 30th. Space is limited so teams registered by March 30th will be entered into a lottery and will be notified on April 1st if your team may participate. Once you have received confirmation of participation you will have until April 12th to ensure your payment and permission forms are received.
We would like to thank our sponsor, the Living Computer Museum, for underwriting our lunch, and prizes, and the Seattle Public Schools for the donation of the space.
Registration is now closed. If you registered during the week of 3/23-30, you will be notified by Friday April 1st whether your team has a confirmed space in the contest. This confirmation will include how you will need to pay. Payment will be due no later than April 12th. Teams who do not submit payment or permission forms on time will lose their spot in the contest.
If you have not filled out your permission form yet, please do so now.
Time, Location and Cost
- Time 8:30 am – 3:00 pm (lunch provided)
- Roosevelt HS, Seattle
- $30 per team, need-based scholarships available
- 8:30 am Check-in
- 9:00 am Intro and Keynote
- 10:00 am Practice problem
- 11:00 pm Contest begins
- 12:00 pm Lunch (contest does not stop)
- 2:15 pm Awards and Raffle
- 2:45 pm Clean up
- 3:00 pm End