The ACM High School Coding Competition is a free annual programming competition on April 21st at Purdue University. High School Students from around the Midwest come to Purdue to compete in teams of two students to solve programming questions designed by Purdue students. The questions cover a variety of topics in Computer Science, and are designed in such a way that students of all skill levels can have fun and learn something! Students can learn more and sign up for the event on our website: https://acm.cs.purdue.edu/hscc/
This event allows high school students to see what Computer Science looks like at a collegiate level, and learn more about Purdue's Computer Science program and facilities.
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