Welcome to our SWC Electronics Website!
The projects and written materials are intended for the student,
teacher, and amateur constructor.
Welcome Back Webmaster!
Victor Wang is entering the grade eleven international baccalau-
reate program. He is a keen mathematician, having won many
advanced awards. This is the second year that Victor has gener-
ously volunteered as webmaster. He is also the coding coach for
the Canadian Computing Competition 2017. Following a perfect
score in 2014, Victor placed second overall in the Junior Canadian
Computing Competition 2015. (No winners were declared for
Student Volunteers Needed
- Website programming, uploading files, converting to pdf
Beaver Computing Challenge 2016 – November 7th , Room 109
Students in grade 7, 8, 9 & 10 can enter this fun competition.
No computer programming skills are needed. An interest
in mathematics and logic problems is desirable.
Please visit room 115, electronics and robotics to pay the
two dollar registration fee.
Beginning Monday, September 19th, join Erica Ho in a series of
logic problem workshops. They are held each Monday in room
115. Erica is a three-time winner of the Beaver Computing
Competition. In 2015, she successfully coached Churchill students
to our best ever results.
Previous BCC contest questions and solutions are found at
CANADIAN COMPUTING COMPETITION 2017 – ONLINE GRADER
REGISTRATION AND PRACTICE.
Competitors – please complete these activities.
Practice with the Online Grader at
Register for CCC 2017 at
GRADE 9 & 10 GIRLS WITH AN APTITUDE FOR MATHEMATICS
Please complete the application at www.csgirlsrock.ca. Successful candidates will spend a week at the University of Waterloo beginning Saturday, May 14. The aim is to ignite your enthusiasm for computer science. No previous programming experience is necessary. Write a short essay (1000 to 1500 characters, not words!) about why you are a good candidate. Ask your Math, Science or electronics teacher for a reference. Good Luck!
Anthony Chang (Grad 2015) Speaks To Grade Ten Electronics Students
Mr. Anthony Chang visited Churchill electronics on Thursday, February 11.
He is completing a first year introductory engineering program at
the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia. Mr. Chang
plans to continue his studies in electrical engineering at the Vancouver
campus. He stressed the importance of the three electronics courses
which he took at Churchill. His friend, Ms. Celene Cao (Grad 2015) is
taking first year psychology at the main UBC campus. They shared their
experiences. With fifty thousand students enrolled, and classes of several
hundred, both agreed that the smaller Okanagan campus, or nearby
Langara College were more supportive learning environments. The grade
nine and ten students asked our guests many insightful questions.
We hope that Mr. Chang and Ms. Cao will return with an update.
Mike Yang Visits From the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2016, Mr. Mike Yang spoke to two senior
electronics classes. He shared his experiences as a second year
electrical engineering student. Mr. Yang is working closely with
computer science, structural engineering, and electrical engineering
students to design and build a mining robot. The robot will be entered
in a NASA competition at the Kennedy Space Centre this May.
Mr. Yang found the skills and knowledge that he gained in the Churchill
electronics program very useful in his studies, and his participation
in the Mars mining robot venture. We wish the team every success.
IRIS Takes Systems Engineering Approach in Lunabotics Competition
Electronics and Robotics
Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
August 20, 2016
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