The American Computer Science League (ACSL) Elementary Division is a non-programming competition for students in grades 3–6. Each contest consists of five multiple-choice questions on a single computer science topic, such as graph theory or Boolean algebra, and takes 30 minutes to complete.

The American Computer Science League (ACSL) Elementary Division is a non-programming competition for students in grades 3–6. Each contest consists of five multiple-choice questions on a single computer science topic, such as graph theory or Boolean algebra, and takes 30 minutes to complete.

The American Computer Science League (ACSL) Elementary Division is a non-programming competition for students in grades 3–6. Each contest consists of five multiple-choice questions on a single computer science topic, such as graph theory or Boolean algebra, and takes 30 minutes to complete.