The BDPA National High School Computer Competition is open to student members in BDPA chapters throughout the nation. The program is designed to introduce youth to computer programming concepts, encourage them to seek higher levels of education, and groom them to become our next generation of IT professionals.
Students in grades 9 thru 12 spend Wednesday in workshops and seminars covering topics related to personal and academic development, entrepreneurship and information technology. Over the next two days teams showcase their talents in the National Competition which consists of an online written exam, oral round robin and the development of a web application with a working relational database backend.
HSCC students are eligible for college scholarships awarded during the conference.