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2013 Annual FIU High School Programming Competition

Date: Saturday, April 6, 2013, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Director: Professor Joslyn Smith, Florida International University

Chief Judge: Professor Kip Irvine, Florida International University

Congratulations to all the Teams! The Top Three Schools are:

  • 1st Place: Coral Gables High School
  • 2nd Place: Hillsborough High School
  • 3rd Place: Miami Springs High School
View the Final Scoreboard

View the competition schedule

Corporate Sponsor:

Each year for the last eight years, FIU has offered this programming competition to the South Florida Community.In addition to sponsorship by Ultimate Software, the contest is supported by the School of Computing and Information Sciences at Florida International University.

Contest Archives

Registration is closed

The contest follows the format and rules of the ACM Regional Intercollegiate Programming Competitions (see http://icpc.baylor.edu).  Sample problems can be found at that site. Each team of three students attempts to solve a set of programming problems within the contest duration.

Registration is free, thanks to a generous grant from Ultimate Software.
The registration deadline was March 15, 2013

View the Contest Rules and Environment

Each team consists of 1-3 members. A mixture of medium-difficulty and advanced problems. The most advanced problems may require some familiarity with graph searching, backtracking, geometry, elementary combinatorics, and sorting with comparators. As many as 16 teams will be able to compete. You may pre-register more than two teams, but each school is only guaranteed a spot for two teams. After the registration deadline, unused team slots will be awarded in a way that will allow as many schools as possible to bring a 3rd team. If additional space is still available after that, we will allow schools to bring a 4th team.

In order to guarantee a spot for your students, your registration must be completed by the registration deadline.

Individual medals will be awarded members of the first, second, and third place teams. Each student attending the event will be given a T-shirt and lunch. Students and coaches are responsible for their own transportation to and from the event. Door prizes are likely.