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Eastern Shore High School Computer Programming Competition

The goal of the Annual Eastern Shore High School Computer Programming Competition is to promote and support computer programming in the secondary education community of the Lower- and Mid-Eastern Shore counties of Delmarva. The competition is held annually, and registration is typically open from November to February.

3rd Annual Eastern Shore High School Computer Programming Competition

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2024

REGISTRATION OPENS SOON!

  • The event provides a fun and challenging programming competition focused on both individual and cooperative achievement. Each participating school may enter a team of up to three students in the competition.
  • The team round presents each school's team with challenging programming problems and/or concept questions. To solve these problems, the team members are encouraged to work together.
  • The individual round presents each student with challenging programming problems to solve independently.
  • Following a lunch buffet in the University Commons (where SU students, faculty and staff dine), an invited presentation occurs followed by the awards ceremony where students with the highest scores in the individual round and the teams with the highest scores in the team round are presented with awards.

For more information, please contact Lauren Ruark, laruark@salisbury.edu

2023 - 2nd Annual Competition

The 2nd Annual Eastern Shore High School Computer Programming Competition took place on Wednesday, March 29th, 2023. During the competition, 12 teams from Eastern Shore High Schools competed to bring home first prize. Special guest speaker Dr. Junyi Tu from Salisbury University presented "Teaching And Learning To Code With The Help Of ChatGPT".

2nd Annual Finalists

  • 1st Place Team: Kent County High School
    • Benjamin Loller
    • Samuel Peregoy
  • 2nd Place Team: The Gunston School
    • Justin McCubbin
    • Eli Moore
    • Damian René
  • 3rd Place Team: Kent Island High School
    • Luke Maisel
    • Hayden Richardson
    • Anthony Spinelli

1st Place Individual: Christofer Villarreal – Pocomoke High School
2nd Place Individual: Benjamin Loller – Kent County High School
3rd Place Individual: Anthony Spinelli – Kent Island High School