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  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $601/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $501/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $649/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $549/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $585/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $485/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $617/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $517/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $580/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $480/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $606/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $506/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 10/28 to 04/20  2 Contest Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $150/Annual Team Fee Oregon ARML team meeting is hosting once a month on Saturdays

    WVA sponsors the Oregon ARML team meetings, which take place once a month on Saturdays from October to March. The Annual Oregon ARML teams' local competition is hosted by WVA in April.

    The 2024 National ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno. We anticipate opening registration in April 2024, with a registration deadline in late April.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 04/22 to 04/22  1 Math League Competition Event Monday 4:45pm-5:30pm $10/contest in-personLocation: 16100 NW Cornell Road Suite 210 Room 6

    Math League is a Math competition for grades 3-12 students. It is held in the United States, Canada, and other countries. The competition consists of a timed multiple-choice test; the timing is such that to complete the test, students must work at a pace of one question per minute or faster.

    Math League expands on basic math concepts taught in schools by using more challenging questions and word problems, requiring students to use critical thinking to complete each question accurately and in a timely manner so that all questions can be finished in the allotted time, and because of this, the course is focused on strategies to quickly and accurately answer questions.

    Sunshine is hosting the Math League contest every year on Apr 15. The students scored 26 or above in the test will qualify for the Math League International Summer Program. You may check more information about the competition from the Math League official website: https://mathleague.com



  • 04/22 to 04/22  1 Math League Competition Event Monday 4:45pm-5:30pm $10/contest in-personLocation: 16100 NW Cornell Road Suite 210 Room 5

    Math League is a Math competition for grades 3-12 students. It is held in the United States, Canada, and other countries. The competition consists of a timed multiple-choice test; the timing is such that to complete the test, students must work at a pace of one question per minute or faster.

    Math League expands on basic math concepts taught in schools by using more challenging questions and word problems, requiring students to use critical thinking to complete each question accurately and in a timely manner so that all questions can be finished in the allotted time, and because of this, the course is focused on strategies to quickly and accurately answer questions.

    Sunshine is hosting the Math League contest every year on Apr 15. The students scored 26 or above in the test will qualify for the Math League International Summer Program. You may check more information about the competition from the Math League official website: https://mathleague.com



  • 11/11 to 04/20  4 ACSL Annual Contest Saturday 8:15am-9:00am $60/4 tests  in the year of 2023-2024; Test dates are Nov 11, Jan 20, Mar 9 and Apr 20Location: Online13

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Elementary Division is for students from grades 4 to 6. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2023-2024 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:15am-9am, November 11, 2023
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Saturday 8:15am-9am, Jan 20, 2024
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:15am-9am,  Mar 9, 2024
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Saturday 8:15-9am, Apr 20, 2024 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2023-2024. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation emailed from May 1 through May 16, 2024. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 25, 2024, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    The contests consist of non-programming problems in four categories, one each contest, will be tested. The contest consists of a 30-minute, 5-question test each month. The topics covered in 4 contests are Computer Number Systems, Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation, Boolean Algebra, and Graph Theory. You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/11 to 04/20  4 ACSL Annual Contest Saturday 8:15am-9:00am $60/4 tests  in the year of 2023-2024; Test dates are Nov 11, Jan 20, Mar 9 and Apr 20Location: Online13

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Elementary Division is for students from grades 4 to 6. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2023-2024 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:15am-9am, November 11, 2023
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Saturday 8:15am-9am, Jan 20, 2024
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:15am-9am,  Mar 9, 2024
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Saturday 8:15-9am, Apr 20, 2024 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2023-2024. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation emailed from May 1 through May 16, 2024. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 25, 2024, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    The contests consist of non-programming problems in four categories, one each contest, will be tested. The contest consists of a 30-minute, 5-question test each month. The topics covered in 4 contests are Computer Number Systems, Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation, Boolean Algebra, and Graph Theory. You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/11 to 04/20  4 ACSL Annual Contest Saturday 8:15am-9:00am $60/4 tests  in the year of 2023-2024; Test dates are Nov 11, Jan 20, Mar 9 and Apr 20Location: Online13

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Junior Division is for students from grades 6 to 9. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2023-2024 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:15am-9am, November 11, 2023
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Saturday 8:15am-9am, Jan 20, 2024
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:15am-9am,  Mar 9, 2024
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Saturday 8:15-9am, Apr 20, 2024 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2023-2024. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation emailed from May 1 through May 16, 2024. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 25, 2024, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    Each contest in the Junior Division has two parts: a take-home 72-hour time limit programming problem and a set of short answer questions.  Each short answer test consists of 2 questions on each of the first two topics listed below and 1 question on the third topic for a total of 5 questions.  The time limit for the 5 question test is 30 minutes. 

    Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest #1 Computer Number Systems
    Recursive Functions
    What Does This Program Do? - Branching
    Contest #2 Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation
    Bit-String Flicking
    What Does This Program Do? - Loops
    Contest #3 Boolean Algebra
    Data Structures
    What Does This Program Do? - Arrays
    Contest #4 Graph Theory
    Digital Electronics
    What Does This Program Do? - Strings

     You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/11 to 04/20  4 ACSL Annual Contest Saturday 8:15am-9:00am $60/4 tests  in the year of 2023-2024; Test dates are Nov 11, Jan 20, Mar 9 and Apr 20Location: Online13

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Junior Division is for students from grades 6 to 9. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2023-2024 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:15am-9am, November 11, 2023
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Saturday 8:15am-9am, Jan 20, 2024
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:15am-9am,  Mar 9, 2024
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Saturday 8:15-9am, Apr 20, 2024 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2023-2024. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation emailed from May 1 through May 16, 2024. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 25, 2024, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    Each contest in the Junior Division has two parts: a take-home 72-hour time limit programming problem and a set of short answer questions.  Each short answer test consists of 2 questions on each of the first two topics listed below and 1 question on the third topic for a total of 5 questions.  The time limit for the 5 question test is 30 minutes. 

    Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest #1 Computer Number Systems
    Recursive Functions
    What Does This Program Do? - Branching
    Contest #2 Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation
    Bit-String Flicking
    What Does This Program Do? - Loops
    Contest #3 Boolean Algebra
    Data Structures
    What Does This Program Do? - Arrays
    Contest #4 Graph Theory
    Digital Electronics
    What Does This Program Do? - Strings

     You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/11 to 04/20  4 ACSL Annual Contest Saturday 8:15am-9:00am $60/4 tests  in the year of 2023-2024; Test dates are Nov 11, Jan 20, Mar 9 and Apr 20Location: Online13

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Senior Division contest is the best for middle/high school students with programming experience, expecially those already taking and being good at ACSL Junior contests. ACSL Senior Division has 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2023-2024 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:15am-9am, November 11, 2023
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Saturday 8:15am-9am, Jan 20, 2024
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:15am-9am,  Mar 9, 2024
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Saturday 8:15-9am, Apr 20, 2024 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2023-2024. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation emailed from May 1 through May 16, 2024. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 25, 2024, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.


    Each contest consists of an online 30-minute, 5-question short answer test and an online programming problem to solve in 72 hours. The Short Problems topics are the same in the Intermediate and Senior Divisions. The Senior Division problems are more challenging than those in the Intermediate Division. Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest 1  

    Computer Number Systems   
    Recursive Functions 
    What Does This Program Do?

    Contest 2 

    Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation   
    Bit-String Flicking  
    LISP

    Contest 3  

    Boolean Algebra   
    Data Structures  
    FSAs and Regular Expressions

    Contest 4  

    Graph Theory   
    Digital Electronics   
    Assembly Language

    You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contest, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

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