Westlake High School Students Showcase Computer Programming Skills
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Westlake High School Students Showcase Computer Programming Skills

Each year, Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company, hosts Code Quest, an annual computer programming competition where teams of two to three high school students work together to solve problems by using programming to complete the “quest”. The problem set consists of 20 to 30 challenging problems created by Lockheed Martin engineers and computer programmers.

This spring Westlake High School had three teams of students compete at the California Code Quest, which included more than 70 teams from all over the state.

Starting in January, these teams worked together, meeting weekly to prepare for the competition.

One of the WHS teams, comprised of students: Jason L., Spencer S., and Jacob Y. placed 2nd in the competition. Congratulations to all of our WHS students who participated. This is an incredible accomplishment for Westlake High School and CVUSD!

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