Computer Science Programming Competition for High School Students
Show off your skills at the 2020 CS Competition!
Teams (groups of 3 high school students) will compete to create real-world Java-based Computer Science programs as per competition parameters.
(Suitable for Intro and AP Computer Science high school students.)
- Sample Problems
Winning Teams of the 2019 Programming Competition:
1st Place-Freehold High School -Team Scorpion
2nd Place-Freehold High School -Team Viper
3rd Place-Freehold High School -Team Alligator
Toms River North High School
Bordentown Regional High School
James Caldwell High School
Team Awards & Awesome SWAG!
Compete! Can you beat the other teams?
Sponsored by Stockton University
9:00-9:20 - Arrival/Registration/Check In
9:20 Welcome Remarks in CC Main Event Room (Bob Heinrich)
9:30-9:45 Teacher Chaperones will accompany students as they move to labs and watch intro video
9:45-Noon – Real Time Java-Based Competition for students (Stockton University Computer Labs)
10:00-11:45 – Activities for Teachers/Chaperones "Augmenting your Lessons with AR/VR" in USC 245
Noon-12:30 – Lunch will be provided in C/D Atrium
12:30-12:45 - TBA talk in Alton Auditorium
12:45-1:15 – Awards, Door Prizes, certificate distribution for students and chaperones (Alton Auditorium)
1:15 - Busses leave.
Awards ceremony starts 12:45 PM
Winning Teams of 2018 Competition
Be on site and signed in by 9am on Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
No laptops, mobile devices, books or other materials may be used, this is a closed competition.
Competing in Teams of Three
Java-based- should be familiar with array, array list, random, scanner.
All chaperones will start out with their students in the labs for the video introduction to the competition.
All students needing to use bathroom facilites will sign out and sign back in with competition room monitor.
Schools are required to bring their own lunches- Teachers shoud ensure that every student has brought their own bagged lunch. Stockton will provide some light snacks.
We are CSTA Southern New Jersey
Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) works at many levels to support computing education.
Elementary and Middle school-(Problem solving & computational thinking)
High school-(Computing & computer science)
College/university-(Enrollment & transition)
(Engagement & preparation)