2016 Invitational High School Programming Contest

Congratulations to Team 1 from Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute, and coach Mr. Kevin Wood for the team’s win in this year’s School of Computing Invitational High School Programming Contest. The team easily won, defeating its nearest rival, Sydenham High School Team 2, 374 points to 206. Thanks to Mr. Wood, and to coaches Mr. Daniel Tie Ten Quee (St. Theresa Catholic High School, Belleville), Mr. Mark Lee (Frontenac Secondary School), Mr. Jon Swaine (Sydenham High School), and Mr. Matt Smith (Brockville Collegiate Institute) for bringing teams to compete in this year’s very successful contest in which 38 students in 11 teams tried to solve four programming problems in three hours. The top teams from the April 6 contest will compete in the Educational Computing Organization Of Ontario’s East Regional Contest, which is also being hosted by the School of Computing, at Queen’s on April 30. Thanks and well done to contest organizer, Richard Linley, to Lynda Moulton for arranging the catering, and to School of Computing Manager, Tom Bradshaw.


Photos by Dave Dove.

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