on the Mines Campus
The CS@Mines High School Programming Competition is a competition for high school students to write programs that solve problems.
We model our programming competition off well-known college-level competitions such as the ACM ICPC, but bring an inviting set of problems to the table suitable for high school students.
We recommend a team size of three, but will allow teams of two or four. Teams of more than four students are not allowed, nor is it allowed to compete individually.
We will provide a variety of text editors and compilers on the competition PCs for each of the languages listed above. If you need a specific software, please email your request to David Florness (email@example.com).
The Open Kattis Archive has archived problems from many historical programming competitions. Start with the easy problems first.
You can find the problems from last year's competition here.
We will use the Kattis system to run the competition, so the problems will be given in a similar input/output format.
|8:30 AM to 9:00 AM||Registration|
|9:00 AM to 10:00 AM||Practice Session|
|10:00 AM to 11:30 AM||Competition|
|11:30 AM to 12:00 PM||Lunch|
|12:00 PM to 1:30 PM||Competition|
|1:30 PM to 2 PM||Awards|
|2 PM to 3 PM||Optional Campus Tour|