USACO: Renowned computer programming competition for secondary school students in the United States. There are four competitions at four levels of difficulty: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
MIT Department of Mathematics: the highly selective Program for Research In Mathematics, Engineering, and Science for high school juniors across the United States.
CCC: National computer programming competition for secondary school students based in Canada. KTBYTE was pleased to participate for the first time in 2023! This contest is held annually with two divisions of difficulty, Junior and Senior.
KTBYTE’s Home Office is located in Lexington, MA and is a startup founded by several Cornell University Computer Science graduates who dreamed of designing academically superior quality Computer Science (CS) education a reality for students worldwide. Our staff develops the curricula, technology, and builds and establishes relationships that ensure a seamless experience for all students - novices through experts! Our instructors are devoted to offering an unparalleled level of preteen, tween and teen computer science education. Students who enroll hail from a diverse background of experiences across the globe. Our courses offer elementary, middle and high school students across the globe a unique, innovative and fun computer science education.