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KDVP’s Jordan Arenstein excels in Computer Olympiad

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King David Victory Park grade 12 pupil, Jordan Arenstein, earned a bronze medal in the provincial leg of the National Computer Olympiad.
by NIRVANA ROGERS | Nov 02, 2017

Along with 12 finalists, Jordan spent two days writing six computer programs (correct) to solve problems, at the 34th South African Computer Programming Olympiad. A total of227 schools from all nine provinces participated in the first round. The initial field of 2 348 participants was reduced to 478 for round two and 13 reached the finals - all with perfect scores.

The finals took place over an October weekend at UCT. The finalists came from five provinces. Jordan Arenstein of King David High School Victory Park earned a bronze medal.

He will be invited to attend training camps where he will join other finalists to compete to qualify for the South African team of four to go to Japan in September 2018, for the 30th International Olympiad in Informatics.


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