Last spring, I took eight of my computer science students to a Java competition. They had a good time and wanted to do more. I also had several students who were sophomores and juniors and wanted to do more programming even though there weren’t any additional classes. So, this fall, we founded a programming team. Earlier this fall, we entered the Zero Robotics competition, and our team is currently in the alliance competition phase. We also registered for the American Computer Science League and will participate in our first contest next week. Today, after school, I led them in a short tutorial of ACSL Assembly Language in preparation for the competition. They also just like to hang out in the lab after school.