LIT 2022 Epilogue

LIT 2022 has officially ended 🎉🎉🎉! Thank you all so much for coming ❤️. For more information about the Statistics and Winning Teams, please CLICK ME.

We have also opened up Standard Round problems to everyone, so you can upsolve them HERE.

LIT 2022 🔥

LIT(Lexington Informatics Tournament) is a competitive programming tournament for middle/high school students, hosted by members of the LexMACS club along with many guest problemsetters/testers.

Participants are allowed/encouraged to form teams of up to three, solving the challenges together. During the contest window (7/21 4pm to 7/25 11:59pm EDT), teams can choose when they want to start their Standard Round. When the window ends, scores will be compiled and we will release a leaderboard.

Furthermore, we have a CTF round, which runs during most of the contest window (7/22 11am to 7/24 11:59pm EDT) with a live scoreboard. Teams have all 3 days to work on it. Additionally, teams with exceptional performance will also receive certain prizes. For more information about the two rounds, please check the Logistics page.

Finally, please join us on LIT Discord Server to obtain the latest information, ask questions, and form teams with others.
LIT 2022 has officially ended! Thank you for coming and we will release the results promptly :D









Until LIT 2022 🔥 concludes!

Explore New Formats

Traditional OI format can be boring — you are given some problems in a set amount of time, and you need to solve as many problems as possible. That is why, on top of a standard format OI contest, we will also be hosting a CTF round (you can learn more about it in the Logistics page). So even if you are already familiar with competitive programming, we promise that the CTF round will provide a whole new refreshing experience.


In total, we have a prize pool worth more than $33,000 in the form of raffles and prizes! Here are the specifics:


for ALL participating students, you automatically get

Raffle Prizes

prizes where everybody has a chance! Randomly chosen teams

Standard Round Prizes

CTF Round Prizes

CTF round solution writeups can receive up to $200
Additionally, top 30 individuals will receive the Wolfram Award of 1 year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition and 1 year subscription to Wolfram|Alpha Pro (worth $375)

Best Post-HS Team

for people older than the eligibility criteria but have done an exceptional job

Future Programmers Prize

for the highest overall ranking teams composed of all middle schoolers

Lexington Raffle

prizes for randomly chosen teams from Lexington

Game Night Prizes

prizes for the winner of game night


We'd also like to say a huge thank you to the following sponsors for their support!

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We are also partners with CPI and TeamsCode. So if you’re interested in more high school programming contests like LIT, join the Competitive Programming Initiative’s mailing list here.

If you are interested in sponsoring us, please send us an email at!
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