Students Participate in Bebra’s Computational Thinking Challenge

On November 8, all current Whitewater High School Computer Science Students participated in Bebra’s Online Computational Thinking Challenge. This annual challenge presents students with a series of 15 puzzles divided into three degrees of difficulty. The competition is designed to help students explore their talents and passion for informatics and computational thinking with engaging challenges.

For the purposes of scoring, freshman and sophomores were classified as “juniors” while juniors and seniors took part in the “senior” division. Freshmen Chacha Binagi and Andrew Wych tied for the high score in the Junior Division, while Senior Daniel (Peter) Portwine earned the high score in the Senior Division as well as the high score for the school.

Article and Photos Submitted by Laura Masbruch
Whitewater High School Computer Science Teacher and Banner Volunteer

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