Students Compete In University of Pennsylvania Programming Competition

Students Compete In University of Pennsylvania Programming Competition

The Philadelphia Classic (PClassic) is a semesterly programming competition for high school students hosted by the University of Pennsylvania

JohnsonR@LSCHS.ORG

On Saturday, November 18, 2017, several Robotics Team Members and students from AP Computer Science A course, traveled to the University of Pennsylvania to compete in a semesterly programming competition for high school students known as the Philadelphia Classic.

The La Salle College High School students competed as two teams, the Blue team, was comprised of Siqi (Tyler) Liu, Yiteng (Gordon) Zhao, Tianle (Leo) Huang, & Jiaxi (Davis) Wang and the Gold team was comprised of Ryan Baker, James Gottshall & Baiyi (Patrick) Liao.

The seven students who competed enjoyed the competition and are inspired to work with their teacher in a similar competition in class after the AP Exam for the AP Computer Science A course and plan on attending the Spring Competition in April 2018.

La Salle College High School offers 20+ Technology Courses in our Information Sciences and Technology Department. More information available at http://www.lschs.org/academics/departments.


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