The American Computer Science League, also known as the ACSL, is a competition with several contests per year where groups of up to 3-5 students compete against others in various programming and discrete mathematics challenges. We offer training for ACSL's 4 divisions: Elementary, Classroom, Junior, and Senior.
L5 Competitive Programming
1-on-1 or Group (2-4 students)
The ACSL tests your know-how on all things Computer Science, which includes knowledge on parts of discrete mathematics, such as graph theory. Discrete mathematics is a whole new world of computation compared to standard K-12 mathematics.
We offer a practical study to consolidate your knowledge of data structures, so you can compete at your best for Classroom, Junior, and Senior levels.
The ACSL graciously provides studying material for groups to prepare with, but if you want a boost in the competition then you need a knowledgeable and capable instructor to guide you through the process to practice efficiently.
Computer Science isn't just about programming. It's about discrete mathematics, number systems, algebra, and more. For those wanting to major in Computer Science, training for the ACSL will give you a huge head start.
Practice makes perfect! Training your Computer Science knowledge is the best and only way to prepare yourself for the ACSL and related informatics competitions.
Computer programming discrete mathematics training to prepare for the American Computer Science League
Upon finishing the trial and assessment, classes will be scheduled based on the student’s availability. Please contact us for the Trial class.Try a Free Class
Our courses are designed to lead students to build their own startup projects.
Passion for code. Unmatched expertise. Personality that brings interaction and encouragement always.
Beyond learning programming, students are prepared to compete in science fairs, research, and entrepreneurship competitions.