Meadowridge Students Earn Top Spots in National and Provincial Math Competitions
Four competitions, ten outstanding results: here's how our students did.
Canadian Senior & Intermediate Mathematics Contests
Hosted by the University of Waterloo, the Canadian Senior and Intermediate Mathematics Contests (CSMC and CIMC) are two contests designed to give students the opportunity to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability. Each of the contests is comprised of 9 questions; 6 are answer only and 3 are full solution marks for full solution questions assigned for form and style of presentation. It takes 2 hours and is out of 60 total marks.
Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest Results
This year's contest drew 8,307 students from across Canada, and one of our own students ranked in the top 25%! Congratulations to Ryan Z. who earned First in School, a Certificate of Distinction, and top 25% of 8,307 students.
Canadian Intermediate Contest Results
This year's contest drew 8,122 students from across Canada, and four of our students ranked in the top 25%!
Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge
The Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) is Canada's premier national mathematics competition, open to any student with an interested in high school math. The purpose of the competition is to encourage students to explore, discover and learn more about math and problem solving – it also brings some fun into the study of math! The contest takes over two hours, and includes both long-form and short-form questions.
Congratulations to our top-four achievers!
- Ryan Z. 1st In School & Honour Roll
- Bill W. 2nd In School & Performance with Distinction
- Meison Y. 3rd In School & Performance with Distinction
- Ujjwal N. 4th In School & Performance with Honours
Math Challengers Grade 8 & 9 Team
Math Challengers is an inter-school math competition hosted by the University of the Fraser Valley, in which students in grades 8 and 9 compete in teams of four or five. Regional competitions are held across BC each year in February, with the top teams from each regional tournament moving on to compete at the annual Provincial competition in March or April.
This year's competition drew in 10 schools and 28 competing teams of the highest caliber. Congratulations to our Grade 8 team who placed 3rd: Riya L., Jason Z., Merdeka M., Tracy Y., and Eric X.