The Carnegie Mellon University Programming Contest is a high school programming contest for students in grades 9-12. The programming contest is modelled after the International Collegiate Programming Contest, and was inspired by other similar High School Programming Contests. The contest will require students to use logic, critical thinking, and problem solving skills to solve programming puzzles.
The current contest date is set to be Saturday March. 16, 2019. It will take place at the Gates-Hillman Center on Carnegie Mellon's main campus. More information about the contest can be found under Contest Info.
Register your school here! Teams will consist of three members and a coach who should be a teacher or faculty member at their school. Students should register through their teachers/coaches. Teams will be taken on a first come first serve basis. Additional teams may be taken in there is sufficient space.