Thank you to everyone who registered for our first 2019-2020 Moose Contest! Emails were sent out today containing log-in information and practice resources in preparation for the contest. Please ask your teacher to contact Theodore Preduta (firstname.lastname@example.org) if your school hasn't received the email yet.
Mark your calendars, because you MOOSEn’t forget about MCPT’s MOOSE contest that is coming up!
The MOOSE contest is an awesome way to have fun problem-solving with your friends, while brushing up on your computer skills. Every skill level is welcome and it’s up to you to decide which division of the contest you would like to compete in: junior or senior.
There will be five competitions held throughout the school year, with the first contest on October 16, 2019. It will start at 9:00 am and end at 6:00 pm, but it’s up to you to decide when you would like to begin your contest within the time frame. Once you start, you will be given two and a half hours; however, please note that if you start the contest after 3:30 pm, it will end before your two and a half hours pass.
Registration is now open for all schools until 5:00pm on October 11, 2019! To find more information about the contest and register, visit: https://mcpt.ca/moose/
Calling on all girls to join Mackenzie in our annual Girls Invitational Programming Competition on April 16th. Together in a group of up to four students, you'll get the chance to step out of your comfort zone and challenge your coding skills. All girls in all schools public or private are welcomed to sign up for one of two competitive levels: Juniors or Seniors.
For more details, including rules, scoring, available languages, please check the GIRLS INVITATIONAL tab.
Edit: Registration is now closed!
All team that have registered will receive an email by Sunday at noon with login information. If you don't receive the email, please contact Evan Zhang or join our Discord server.
In preparation for the upcoming CCC and ECOO contest, we are pleased to offer an online practice round with our judge.
Every month William Lyon Mackenzie C.I. runs an after-school programming contest for students from our school who compete in teams against each other. The contest proved to be an invaluable tool for student’s preparation for programming contests. We have been fortunate to have the Senior contest problems written by past alumni including Reyno Tilikaynen. Reyno is currently a student at Waterloo and also contributed to the problem sets for ECOO 2017-2018 and ECOO 2018-2019 (Regional and Provincial rounds). The junior contest problems have been written by problem writers from Mackenzie’s Computer Programming Team. Writers in both divisions have ample experience with problem writing.
For the month of December, we have decided to open the contest to teams outside of Mackenzie. These teams will compete against each other, separately from Mackenzie’s teams.
The contest will run on December 18, 2018. The contest starts at 9:00:00 and ends at 15:05:00. Teams get two and a half hours from the moment they start. Please note that if you start the contest after 12:35:00, the contest will end before your two and a half hours pass, and you will lose any time remaining in your two and a half hours.
For more details, including rules, scoring, available languages, and how to register, please check the MOOSE tab.
For any questions or concerns on the MOOSE contest, please join our Discord server.
Welcome to MCPT's Online Judge! This judge is designed for school-related competitions, and is run and maintained by Ninjaclasher. The judge also houses a variety of problems from previous years, such as the JDCC and LCC problemsets, which you can try out.