The Winter Olympics are over but local students are just starting to go head to head.
High schools are competing in Wallace Community College's 32nd Annual Math and Computer Science Olympiad.
More than 800 of them took tests in various subjects, including advanced math, computer literacy, and micro-computer applications.
Senior winners from each division earned a full scholarship to Wallace Community College.
This year's theme for the competition is "A Fusion of Power and Knowledge."
"One of the purposes behind doing the Math and Computer Science Olympiad is to generate interest. Especially for those who already have an interest in math and computer science, this is just a way to try to keep their excitement level up to give them a way to test their skills against others who have an interest in math and computer science," said Lisa Sanders, Director of Math and Computer Science Olympiad.
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