2019 Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition

The results of the 2019 Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition were released towards the end of Term 2. This competition was conducted on April 3 with the aim of identifying students who have a talent for designing and writing computer programs. Each student sat a one-hour paper with 15 questions requiring logic and problem-solving skills.

The students who were awarded credits or better were:

Junior division (Years 7 & 8)

  • James Feng – Distinction
  • Max Lalor – Distinction
  • Felix Chen – Credit
  • Zachary Ho – Credit
  • Xavier Kemm – Credit
  • Jayden Lee – Credit
  • Annie Li – Credit
  • Anika Mulemane – Credit
  • Skye Sriratana – Credit
  • Helen Yang – Credit

Intermediate division (Years 9 & 10)

  • Olivia Dowling – Distinction
  • Adam Choong – Credit
  • Alexander Higgins – Credit

Senior division (Years 11 & 12)

  • Aidyn Malojer – Credit

These are excellent achievements and all students who entered this challenging competition are to be congratulated on their efforts. Students who are interested in learning more about computer programming are encouraged to enter the NCSS Programming Challenge which will be advertised at the beginning of Term 3.

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