The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC), is part of Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo in Ontario Canada. They have over 50 years of experience creating resources to support young people to build their confidence, grow their problem solving skills and get excited about mathematics and computing.
The CEMC develops internationally recognized contests inspire and challenge students with a range of abilities. This year XLIS 48 high school students and 123 students in middle school participated in the CEMC international mathematics contests. Our high school students were amongst 40,000 students competing outside Canada.
In the high school contests, certificates of distinction were awarded to 7 students who performed in the top 25% of all competitors (approx. 40,000 students world-wide). These students are:
Yuchen GAO (M2)
Yu Chan KIM (M4)
Yuchen LIU (M4)
Minsang KIM (M5)
Chenting MENG (M5)
Dowon KIM (DP1)
Subin BANG (DP1)
Certificates of distinction for middle school students were awarded to students performing in the top 25% of students in our school. These students are:
Gauss 7 Contest：
Mu Han YOU
Guass 8 Contest：
Min Gyeom KIM
Do Young KIM
Congratulations to all participants! You are all true risk-takers!
Further information about the CEMC may be found at https://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/about-us/about-us.html.
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Author: Marie Batui Kamure (MYP/DP Mathematics Teacher, Mathematics & Science Subject Leader)