Java or C++

USACO Bronze the Right Way

Complete the following classes and activities to pass Bronze contest. Guaranteed.

We employ vast numbers of former national and international olympiads winners to develop and evaluate our curriculum to be used at our camps and year round courses. Our curriculum is continually updated with latest questions and concepts from the target competitions according to the most recent trends.

If you are new to programming start with this class. You will learn the fundamentals of programming of your selected programming language in no time.


12 Lessons. ~30 hours.


Have some programming experience or just completed Part 1? Now learn more complex concepts that you will need in the contest..


12 Lessons. ~40 hours.


If you are already good at a programming language, this class is for you. Tackle categorized real USACO questions including the harder ones.


12 Lessons. ~40 hours.


Programming is a skill that develops with ample practice. We offer mixed practice opportunities with Mini Camps, Mock Exams, and extra PS classes.


Several Options. Hours Vary.


Several Formats Offered to Choose From

There Is A Class That Fits Your Needs

Live Interactive

Live classes offer interaction with a real instructor across the virtual classroom. The best feature of this class is its fixed schedule that motivates students to study and get through the material.

Recorded / Self Paced

Recorded / Self Paced classes are exact replica of an actual class recently conducted. It is best if you have a busy schedule or in a hurry to accellerate learning.

Live Support Hybrid

Live Support Hybrid classes combine best of both types of classes. Students study the material in advance and then meet with the instructor to discuss their questions.

What Does a Lesson Look Like?

Lesson Format

Most lessons are about 2 hours each. Discussions are led by the class teacher with questions and input from students. All lessons are recorded. So you can watch the lesson to review a topic or if you miss the class.

Self Paced classes have access to the recorded videos as well as all related materials such as handouts, solutions, exercises, and exams. They also have teacher support through Virtual Office.

Homework Is Graded Automatically

How Is the Progress Measured?

Each lesson is accompanied with a number of practice questions assigned as homework. Students are expected to write their code and submit to the system for correction. The system provides compiler feedback and checks whether the test cases are satisfied. 

Such submission activities are recorded and automatically graded. This helps students and parents to review their progress and identify the challenges ahead.

45%
Percent Completed
Lesson 1 Quiz: Variables
85%
Lesson 3: Unit Project
75%
Final Exam
90%
Additional Features

We Strive for Excellence

We have been educating top national winners since 2013. Our goal is to help your student achieve their goal as we have done so in the past. 

Award Winning Teachers

All of our teachers are trained and experienced in coaching gifted students for their respective level. They are either champions in rigorous national and internatinal competitions or trained students to win those awards. See our faculty bios for details.

Small Size

We are committed to the success of each student with individual attention. We keep our instructor/student ratio at about one to tewelve. If student number is more than twelve, a second instructor is added up to a maximum of 18 students in a classroom.

Practice Exams

Each class generally includes several practice exams to improve students' test taking skills. Their solutions are fully provided in writing and as a lecture as part of the course curriculum. We also offer Mock Exams during the year with fresh questions.

Offline Support & Collaboration

Students can post their questions in the Virtual Office discussion forums. Teachers generally respond in writing in a day. Students may respond as well. Students may hold impromtu live meetings to collaborate as well through the conferencing technology provided.

Placement Guidance

Give us a call or email us to help you find the right course and answer your questions about the competitions for free.

One Full Year Access

At a minimum you will get one academic year access to your courses. If you need more time, just let us know.

Free Trial

Most classes offer 24 hours cancellation policy with Full Refund. See Terms and Conditions for details.

Free Events

Currently registered students are automatically registered to take part in activities such as mock exams and contest review sessions.

Eligibility & Placement

To start the Bronze level no prior programming experience is required. Completion of Algebra I or equivalent math background is strongly recommended. Understanding of topics such as variables, expressions, and functions is required. Most advanced/gifted 7th-8th grade students should satisfy these criteria. If student can already score more than 60% in a Bronze contest, the Problem Solving (PS) class is the recommended class. If student can only solve the first question in a Bronze contest, the Part 2 is the recommended class.

Learning Options

If you caught the live class schedule in time and are not in a hurry then Live Class option is the recommended way. If a live class is not available then we recommend the Self Paced option. This option is also best for upper grade students who need acceleration or students with busy schedules. During winter, summer time, and other academic breaks live classes are offered with intensive schedules ("camp"). Camps offer the most practice time with teachers. As such camps, especially summer camps, are the best option for most students.

Custom Instruction Per Your Unique Needs

Private Tutoring

Sometimes one-to-one or small group private instruction is required to meet the demands of accelaration or busy schedules. We offer tailored instruction per your group needs. Contact us for setting up a no-committment trial class with one of our top notch instructors.

Curriculum

Please note that number of lessons are not the same as the number of topics. This is because some topics are discussed over multiple lessons. Also sometimes there are mixed review of multiple topics.

Part 1

What is Programming?
Data Types: Integer
Data Types: String
If Statement
For Statement
Mixed Loops
1D Arrays
Strings
Project: Super Mario

Part 2

Number Theory
Functions
Classes
Multi Dimensional Arrays
File Operations, Fast Scanning
Sorting
Binary Search
Brute Force
Project: Card Memorization

Schedule & Registration Options

Live Support Classes
Course Dates Schedule Price
USACO Bronze Mini Camp - Spring 2021 Jan 16, 2021 - Jan 18, 2021 Sat - Mon, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM $350.00
Online Camp Classes
Course Dates Schedule Price
USACO Bronze Java Summer (Part 1 + 2) Jun 14, 2021 - Jun 25, 2021 Mon - Fri, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM $1,200.00
USACO Bronze C++ Summer (Part 1 + 2) Jul 5, 2021 - Jul 16, 2021 Mon - Fri, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM $1,200.00
USACO Bronze PS Summer Jul 26, 2021 - Jul 30, 2021 Mon - Fri, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM $800.00
Self Paced Classes
Course Dates Schedule Price
USACO Bronze C++ (Part 1 of 2) Now thru Sep 1, 2022 At Your Own Flexible Schedule $400.00
USACO Bronze Java (Part 1 of 2) Now thru Sep 1, 2022 At Your Own Flexible Schedule $400.00
USACO Bronze Java (Part 2 of 2) Now thru Sep 1, 2022 At Your Own Flexible Schedule $400.00
USACO Bronze C++ (Part 2 of 2) Now thru Sep 1, 2022 At Your Own Flexible Schedule $400.00
USACO Bronze Problem Solving Now thru Sep 1, 2022 At Your Own Flexible Schedule $400.00
Live Interactive Classes
Course Dates Schedule Price
USACO Bronze Java Part 2 - Spring 2021 Jan 6, 2021 - Apr 28, 2021 Wednesdays, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM $550.00