I would like to invite anyone interested in being a part of Friends School Programming Team to join us at 11:35 tomorrow in SM 112. We will be briefly discussing essential logistics and what the UMD programming competition entails.
The University of Maryland High School Programming Contest brings talented students from high schools throughout the DC metropolitan area to the campus. Contestants participate in a three hour competition which will test their programming skills and problem solving abilities. Each high school is allowed to send one team of four contestants; contestants must be students currently attending that high school.
In case you don’t know, every Spring, Friends School sends four students to compete against other regional schools at College Park by solving problems related to Java programming. Weekly practices start in the fall and students trying out must have already taken or current be taking Java by next school year. For more information, you can visit the competition website or feel free to contact me, Nathan Kapsin, or Mr. Heath. Best Regards, Richard