Abington Heights High School was among the nine high schools competing in the annual Computer Programming Contest recently hosted by the University of Scranton’s Computing Sciences Department. During the competition, 15 teams used their programming language to solve computer-programming problems. The winning teams were chosen based on the number of problems solved correctly and timed completion. Team members from Delaware Valley High School came in first place in the competition. Students from Emmaus High School came in second and third place.
Representing Abington Heights High School at The University of Scranton’s Computer Programming Contest, are, from left: Griffin Joyce, Ryan McDonald and Aaron Deak.