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Competition Computer Science
This class is an “unplugged” computer science class focusing on paper-and-pencil competition algorithms and puzzles. As part of this class, students participate in the American Computer Science League national computer science competition. Students are not required to be proficient in a coding language. Topics include: computer number systems, recursion, branching, prefix/infix/postfix notation, bit-string flicking, loops, Boolean algebra, arrays, and graph theory. Students are not required to be enrolled in a CSR computer science class, but those who are receive a 10% discount on tuition for this class.