Middle School Math Students Honored for 2019 National Math Exam

Windward Communications
The results are in! In November, 174 of Windward’s Middle School students challenged themselves by taking part in the American Mathematics Contest 8! Featuring 94,675 students from close to 1900 schools around the world,  the contest was administered by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) to promote the development of problem solving skills. Our Upper School students will have the opportunity to participate in the AMC 10 or AMC 12 on January 30, but for now, read on to see how our talented Middle Schoolers fared!
Geometry and Algebra 2/Trig
1st place  – London Maslow (Overall School Top-Score)
2nd place – Quaid Shubin
3rd place – Dante Longarzo, Elle Crotty, Liam Brooks  
Algebra 1
1st place – Connor Chi
2nd place – Brady Eng, Cameron Kraus, Bethany Doane
3rd place – Matthew Sani, Reave Finkel, Yaya Toubassy, Jarett Hung, Aman Granados-Puvvula    
Advanced PreAlgebra
1st place – Olivia Jerry
2nd place – Zachary Schwab
3rd place – Dylan Westheimer, David Estrada  
Notes about scores:
A score of 19 and higher = top 5% nationally (London scored 18)
A score of 23 and higher = top 1% nationally
A score of 9 and higher = top 50% nationally
Windward’s top 25 scores were all 11 and higher! Fantastic job, Wildcats!