Amherst College – 15th High School Programming Contest
Amherst College hosted the 15th annual High School Programming Competition virtually this year on Saturday, April 9, 2022. Teams of 2 students were given 5 competition-level problems to solve in 2 hours. Mass Academy had 16 students compete in the competition. In all, 42 students registered to compete. Teams worked together finding creative programming solutions, and submitting their programs through an online process. Students demonstrated their creativity, programming skills, and collaboration.
Teams were scored based on successfully solving the most problems in the shortest amount of time. Please join me in congratulating the following teams who received placement in the Amherst College High School Programming Contest:
- First Place (solved 5 problems in shortest time) – Simon Beyzerov and Henry Liu
- Third Place (solved 3 problems) – Rajat Baldawa and Daniel Kaminski
- Honorable Mention (solved 3 problems) – Amith Chintalapati and Svabhu Govindaraj, and Jay Nagpaul and Rutvik Parikh
For more information about the participants, competition problems, and placements please visit https://ypologist.com/mmalita17/contest/.
We hope you all enjoyed the competition and wish you continued success in all of your current and future coding projects.