Three teams from Concordia recently competed in The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OzCLO). The OzCLO competition aims to help participating students learn about the systematic nature of language through puzzles based on various types of language data, while illustrating the richness that can be found in the world's languages. The competition helps students develop their logic and reasoning skills by developing their own strategies, in small groups, for solving language puzzles. More broadly, OzCLO aims to develop greater awareness of linguistics and computational linguistics among high school students and encourage interest in these disciplines.
In 2023, 2531 students participated in the competition from 95 schools around the country.
We congratulate our Concordia College team members on their incredible results:
|Bronze Certificate||Silver Certificate||Gold Certificate|
|Lucas 10TMOR||Aristo 11EBAB||Sophie 10COHA|
|Josh 10RSOM||Luke 11EBAB|
|Ruby 11KSTA||Jared 11EBAB||Kelsey 10COHA|
|Tom 10VNAR||Sean 11EBAB||Angelina 10COHA|
Learning Coordinator for Acquired Languages and German teacher
Enrichment and Extended Learning