Heights Computer Science Team Wins Gannon Award at UMD Competition

Heights Computer Science Team Wins Gannon Award at UMD Competition

Last weekend, The Heights Computer Science team competed at the University of Maryland’s 28th Annual High School Programming Contest. Teams competed to write solutions to as many of the assigned eight programming problems within a time limit of just under four hours.

The Heights Computer Science team was awarded the Gannon Award, which is given to the highest scoring first-time participating team. Out of over 30 teams, The Heights team won fifth place, and they look forward to their next competition in April at Montgomery College.