A huge round of applause to our Champions, Leah, Ziv and Aahan, for winning 1st Place at CodeXtremeApps (CXA) 2019 Junior Category, triumphing 30 other teams — We couldn’t be more proud!
Aahan and Leah on stage (Not in photo: Ziv)
“I feel ecstatic winning the top prize in this competition. The training from my classes at Coding Lab has prepared me well for the competition. It has guided me on how to solve the problems creatively.” said Ziv, still in awe from the results. The 12-year old was appointed as the group’s team leader due to his impressive performance shown at his weekly classes at Coding Lab. He has been attending Coding Lab classes for more than a year now, and consistently worked hard to refine and improve his code, which put him in good stead for the competition.
“He’s really good at coding.” quotes his tutor. “The games he creates in class are really exciting.”
But of course, teamwork makes the dream work. Without the combined strengths of all three teammates — the team would have not been as formidable.
“I feel like the training I got in my classes at Coding Lab helped me a lot in the CXA competition and feel very happy, privileged and grateful to have taken part,” said Leah. Leah often brings fresh and exciting concepts to the table for discussion.
Leah presenting their winning project
Last but not least, their winning project could not have been as polished without Aahan, who has been attending Coding Lab classes since the tender age of 7, and would skip going to birthday parties just so he could attend coding class every week without fail, which he has done for the past 2 years. The team’s youngest member contributed his knowledge gained from our Young Computer Scientists classes and was a critical part of the team.
It’s so rewarding seeing how far they’ve come since joining our introductory courses, all 3 started from our Scratch 1 course and progressed through our curriculum roadmap with regular classes; consistent practice makes perfect!— these students have displayed immense potential with quick progression and regular practice through our courses of varying difficulty. Keep it up, young talents!
Group photo with other Junior Category contestants