United States of America Computing Olympiad
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The United States of America Computing Olympiad (USACO) is a computer programming competition for secondary school students in the United States. The (USACO ) offers six competitions during the academic year for students at three increasingly difficult levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Participants in the (USACO ) submit programs in one of five languages, C, C++, Java, Pascal, and Python. Participants advance through the levels by performing well in their current division. A week-long summer training camp is held where four students are selected from a group of 24 finalists to represent the United States at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI). All expenses are paid for the training camp and competition at IOI. The (USACO ) was founded in 1992 by Don Piele at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and is currently maintained by director Brian Dean at Clemson University and a dedicated volunteer coaching staff.
== Parts of the USACO ==
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