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Computer Science Club

 

Computer Science Club focuses on teaching programming and coding skills for contests and software development. 


We provide resources and run meetings twice a week at lunch, where members learn from trainers, practice solving problems, write computer science contests, and build software projects including mobile apps, websites, and games. We also host up to two field trips for special contests outside our school. Through our activities, we hope to inspire students to pursue computer science as a career and improve code literacy. Notable alumni include Bruno Almeida, Weiwei Zhong, Calvin Liu, and Ahmed Sabie.


We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch in room 201 & 202

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Events

Contest

Date

Grade

Host

Type

Beaver

Early October

9, 10

University of Waterloo

Logic, Beginner-friendly, No Coding

DMOPC

Monthly

All

Don Mills C.I.

High School, Practice Contests

Woburn Challenge

Bi-Monthly

All

Woburn C.I.

High School, Two Levels

Canadian Computing Competition Junior Division

Mid-February

9, 10, 11

University of Waterloo

Beginner Contest

Canadian Computing Competition Senior Division

Mid-February

11, 12

University of Waterloo

Difficult, harder problems

Qualifies you for CCO

Canadian Computing Olympiad

Early May

11, 12

University of Waterloo

Qualification is based on CCC Senior results, very difficult.

Don Mills Programming Gala

Early May

All

Don Mills C.I.

Three divisions, difficulty depends. Away-from-school.

ECOO

Early April

All

ECOO

Team Contest, Away-from-school. Must Qualify from school


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