Posted on 21 June, 2024

CAT Mathematics Competition Results

CAT Mathematics Competition Results

Earlier this term, 92 Darwin High School students participated in the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition.

The CAT competition is a one-hour problem-solving competition designed to encourage student curiosity and promote multiple modes of thinking and has a mixture of multiple-choice and integer answers and incorporates unique ‘three-stage tasks’ that encourage students to develop informal algorithms and apply them to test data of increasing size or complexity.

Congratulations to the following students who achieved outstanding results:


  • Yejoon Choi (Year 10)
  • Anh Huynh (Year 10)
  • Simran Kandal (Year 10)
  • Shane West (Year 12)
  • Taufiq Lubis (Year 12) – BEST IN SCHOOL


  • Hanna Eastick (Year 10)
  • Yufan Chen (Year 10)
  • Ashen Palihawadana (Year 10)
  • Douglas Greenwood (Year 10)
  • Zoe Francis (Year 10)
  • Maximillian Lai (Year 10)
  • Seth Renshaw (Year 11)
  • Haylia Lewis (Year 11)
  • Andrei Dans (Year 11)
  • Joseph Bonson (Year 11)
  • Allynna Batnag (Year 11)
  • Lara Burlinson (Year 11)
  • Marco Vanzanella (Year 11)
  • Rupendren Manimaran (Year 12)
  • Gabriella Francis (Year 12)
  • Joel Durrheim (Year 12)
  • Thomas Kuswadi (Year 12)
  • Jiakun You (Year 12)
  • Muhammed Qasim (Year 12)

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