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American Computer Science League Update

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Jess Thibault
Mr. Arnold with student

Sage Ridge students started competing in the American Computer Science League this year under the guidance of Mr. Brian Arnold. This is an international competition featuring difficult written tests covering a variety of computer science concepts. The Intermediate-3 Division also includes a programming problem portion, where students have 72 hours to design and code a solution to a programming problem.

Sage Ridge School is the only school in Reno to participate and only one of two schools in Nevada. Our Upper School computer science students participate in the Intermediate-3 Division. Our grade 7 and 8 computer science students participate in the Classroom Division. Our elementary schools also participated in the Elementary Division as well.

 

INTERMEDIATE-3 DIVISION RESULTS

Contest #3
Top students scoring on Contest #3:

Caleb Briggs (grade 11)
Alex Power (grade 10)
Ayden Morgan (grade 9)

Top Intermediate-3 Division Students for all 3 contests so far:

Caleb Briggs (grade 11)
Helena Yuan (grade 9)
Alex Power (grade 10)
 

CLASSROOM DIVISION RESULTS

Contest #3
Top students scoring on Contest #3:
Heaven Torres (grade 8)
Hunter Garrett (grade 8)
Joss Wilson (grade 8)
Holden Burns (grade 7)
Owen DeKay (grade 8)

Top Classroom Division students for all 3 contests so far:

Joss Wilson (grade 8)
Hunter Garrett (grade 8)
Holden Burns (grade 7)
Heaven Torres (grade 8)
<the following four are tied for 5th place>
Owen DeKay (grade 8)
Rhea Skaria (grade 7)
Kevin Hong (grade 7)
Patrick Latterell (grade 8)

The 4th and final contest of the year will occur in early April.

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