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The Global Youth Coding Cup (GYCC) is a fun computer programming contest for elementary and secondary school students. Any Grade 6-12 student who is interested in programming is eligible to participate in this contest.


Computer programming has proven to be an invaluable skill for students to have in this day and age. Therefore, it is important to develop programming expertise from a young age. The Global Youth Coding Cup (GYCC) aims to provide elementary and secondary school students with a fun computer programming contest to showcase and hone their skills. The GYCC is organized by Canada Youth Robotics Club and the Math and Science Association of Canada. All students in Grades 6-12 who are interested in programming are eligible to participate in this contest. We foster an exciting and competitive environment for young students to learn and test their programming knowledge and skills.


Any Grade 6-12 student is eligible to register in the GYCC. Students of any background in the equivalent age group are more than welcome to participate.

Junior Division: Any student with basic programming skills (Grade 6-9)

Senior Division: Any student with intermediate or advanced programming skills (Grade 10-12)

(Note: A student can only register in one division.)


The GYCC Online Judge currently supports Java 8, C, C++, Python (2.x and 3.x).


Go to the website, and register online!!



Location: Simon Fraser University CSIL Computing Lab (ASB 9838)

8888 University Dr. Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6

Date: Dec. 11, 2016


12:00-12:30 Registration

12:30-13:00 Opening

13:00-16:00 Contest (3 hours)

16:00-16:20 Break

16:20-17:00 Award Ceremony

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