【St. Louis Chinese American News 圣路易时报讯】
The Math League announced Missouri Mathematics League 2018-2019 annual contest results. St. Louis Modern Chinese School (SLMCS, 圣路易现代中文学校) dominated the Grade 8 and Grade 6 math contests for Missouri Mathematics League for both individual and school competition. SLMCS is the #1 school for both grades 6 and 8 contests, and six students won a suitably engraved plaque as shown below from the Missouri Mathematics League by finishing the top two spots in the individual category.
For the Grade 8 school contest category, after-school learning center, like SLMCS, is NOT eligible to win an engraved plaque for this category. However, among the 20 schools participating in the grade 8 contest, SLMCS scored 158 points and beat the #1 school, Wydown Middle School, by 27 points in the Missouri Mathematics League. SLMCS has been the #1 school for the past 3 years (2016-2019).
For the Grade 8 individual contest category, below are the 10 SLMCS students on the top 32 list:
The top 2 students, Kevin Tang, Jason Tsao, and Jason Zhao, won a suitably engraved plaque from the Missouri Mathematics League. SLMCS participated the Grade 8 contest for the past 3 years, and SLMCS won two plaques in 2016-2017, one plaque in 2017-2018, and three for 2018-2019. You could find the complete list and more details of the Grade 6-8 contests following the link:
St. Louis Modern Chinese School offers Math and Programming classes, besides Chinese/Bilingual Chinese Classes and other Art/Culture classes for both parents and students. You could find more details about the school and courses offered on slmcs.org.
SLMCS participated the Missouri Mathematics League Grade 6 Math Contest the first time in 2018-19. For the individual contest category, below are the 7 SLMCS students on the top 36 list. The top 2 students, Newman Shen, Joshua Lam, and Andrew Want, won a suitably engraved plaque from the Missouri Mathematics League.
For the school contest category, among the 25 schools participating the grade 6 contest, the SLMCS top 5 students scored 145 points and beat the #1 school, Wydown Middle School, by 9 points.
Unlike the Grades 6-8 Math League contests, the Algebra I contest is a nationwide contest. Below are winners on the top 273 student list.
For the school contest category, the SLMCS top 5 students scored 137 and won the #12 spot as below. You could find more details on: https://www.mathleague.com/downloads/45a1819/45a-1819.pdf