Founded in 2012, the Florida High School Programming Series' primary goal is to help high school students to develop the skills to place in the other Florida based high school programming contests hosted by the Florida univeristies.
Those contests all follow the ACM's ICPC rules, and we try to mirror those rule sets for our contest as well. However, in the future, we may try to develop what works best for all students.
FHSPS is run and funded by Kyle Dencker and there is no business or orginzation. Others that have contributed to this project are Arup Guha who has written the Championship Contest set every year, Glenn Martin for judging the Championship Contest round each year, and Sharon Barak, who has written problems since 2018. Without this amazing team, this contest would not be possible. All three are coaches or members of the UCF Programming.