Last term forty-four Darwin High School students participated in the BEBRAS Australia Computational Thinking Challenge.
BEBRAS is an international student Computational Thinking Challenge and BEBRAS Australia is run by CSIRO Education and Outreach through the Digital Careers program. The goal of the competition is to promote Computational Thinking to students in a way that highlights student ability beyond Science or Maths skills.
The challenge is made up of fifteen questions ranging in difficulty and students have just forty-five minutes to complete it. Students who receive full marks are placed on the Honour Roll.
The following students were recognised for achieving merits:
- Daphne Cholakos
- Farok Al-Ibrahim
- Fin Beer
- Kavisha Gunaneththige Dona
- Melanie Mathew
- Olivia Lee
- Reka Nemeth
- Sneha Binu
- Samantha Fletcher
- Trudy Francis
- Zaira Nosaibah
Congratulations also to Anna Kim, Alishba Saeed, Clarissa Blum, Kate Lin and Upani Muthumala on being awarded a Credit and to Aidan Latz, Shakthi Vimal Shrijaan and Will Siviour on achieving Distinctions.
Congratulations to all the students who were involved.