The Challenge is back. Are you ready?


From the mid-1990s to the early 2000s, the Woburn Challenge was an annual computer programming competition hosted and run by Woburn Collegiate Institute’s Programming Enrichment Group (WCIPEG). In 2015, we relaunched this free and fun competition for aspiring computer science students in Canada. This year, we're back again with fun challenges and thousands of dollars in prizes to top secondary students in Canada.

Prepare yourself for perplexing puzzles and a plethora of prizes.


Thank you for a great Season!


The finals took place on Saturday, May 18th where 13 schools battled it out for the title of Woburn Challenge champion. In the end, UTS and William Lyon Mackenzie C.I. won the Senior and Junior divisions respectively. Problem, solutions, and test data are now available on the Past Contests section of this site.

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