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Join Campus Middle School in celebrating those students making a difference here and in the community.

May 2018:

Congratulations to Campus Middle School student, Ty Gillespie, who will be heading to the National Braille Challenge. Click Link to read about this extraordinary young man:

April 2017:

The MATHCOUNTS Teams from Campus MS & The Challenge School again did well at the Math State Championships with an individual championship and team championship. As coach of the winning team, Challenge teacher Matt Bixby will now accompany the team to Orlando in May for Nationals. Here is a link to an article about the event:

May 2016:

Congratulations to Austen Mazenko and Rahul Thomas!  Both students competed at the National MATHCOUNTS competition on May 8th in Washington D.C.  Over a quarter million students compete in MATHCOUNT competitions across the nation.  The top 224 students competed at the National competition. Individually, Austen Mazenko placed 54th and Rahul Thomas placed 65th. Both students were on the Colorado State team.  The team placed 17th out of the 56 teams.  Congratulations to both Austen and Rhaul!

April 2016:
The Colorado Math Olympiad was held April 22 in Colorado Springs with 233 participants. Eight students from Cherry Creek participated and all eight placed. There were five problems with essay type solutions to be done in four hours. Austen Mazenko tied for third place.   Second Honorable Mentions included Rahul Thomas.

CONGRATULATIONS to CMS’s D.I. team, “The Meme Event,” Lila Galinkin (Makintosh Academy),  Carly Harris, Madeline Miller, and Vivian Young for taking home 2nd place at the state tournament on Saturday, April 9. The team is now on their way to D.I. Globals in Tennessee!  Way to go and Good luck!

March 2016:
Congratulations to Austen Mazenko and Austin McBride.  Both students competed at the State Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 12th.  Both students made it to the stage to compete in the oral spelling bee.  A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes to Austin McBride!  Austin placed 2nd in the State behind last year’s champion.  Way to go Austin.  You can read about the bee in the Denver Post!

Austen Mazenko has been crowned the CMS Geography Bee Champion!  Each social studies classroom held their own bee, all based on the National Geographic Society's program and questions. The classroom winners participated in a team bee, and each team champion went to the school championship which Austen won.  He has qualified for the Colorado State Geography Bee, to be held on April 2.  Congratulations, Austen, and best of luck in the state competition!

February 2016:
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Justin Alter won the CO chess tournament over the weekend of 2/13. He will represent the state of CO at the National Competition this summer.
five students at the spelling bee
Congratulations to the students who competed at the District Spelling Bee on Friday, Feb. 5th.  Way to go Austin McBride and Austen Mazenko!  Both students will represent Campus Middle School at the State Spelling Bee in March.  Good Luck
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Congratulations to our MATHCOUNTS team!  On Saturday, they competed in the Regional MATHCOUNTS competition.  Campus Middle School placed 1st!  Seven of our students are headed to the State competition in March!  Good Luck
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Congratulations to all the students who competed at the State Brain Bowl competition on Saturday! Campus 8A:  Zach Chapman, Justin Alter, Austen Mazenko, Max Garman and  Daniel Zhu took home fourth place!  Campus 8B:  Katie Zeng, Angela Zhao, Ryan Sauer, Stewart Rojec, and Winston Ngo took home third place!  Campus 7A:  James Dwyer, Kaia Schiff, Laura Seewald, Andrew Jung, and Ibrahim Mohammed took home FIRST PLACE!  Way to Go Brain Bowl teams!

January 2016:

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Congratulations to Campus’ Brain Bowl teams.  The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teams competed on Saturday at the Regional Brain Bowl tournament. Congratulations to our 6th grade, 1st  place team: Aviv Yaron,  Matthew Rui, Chris Hill, Josh Weinstein, and Aryan Roy.  Congratulations to our 7th grade, 2nd place team:  Laura Seawald, Andrew Jung, James Dwyer, Kaia Schiff, and Ibrahim Mohammed.  Congratulations to our 8th grade, 2nd place team:  Katie Zeng, Stewart Rojec, Angela Zhao, Winston Ngo, Ryan Sauer, and Santiago Velasco.

The following teams placed 5th for their grade and will be completing at the State tournament, 6th grade team: Aria Zhou, Emily Zhang, Sara Hoerger, Angelo Pan, and Joanna Liu.

7th grade team: Sonya Zakarian, Josh Cussen, James Xu, Ben Zhang, and Caleb Gamelin. 8th grade team:  Austen Mazenko, Zach Chapman, Justin Alter, Max Garman, and Daniel Zhu.  Good Luck at Stat!

Sixteen students competed in the 24th Annual UNC Math Contest on November 2.  A total of 1398 students in the state participated and 236 advanced to the finals.  All sixteen of the Cherry Creek students were invited to the final round in January at UNC Greeley.  Austen Mazenko had one of the seven perfect scores in the state.  Students advancing are Sarah Gao, Zohreh Haycock, Michael Hu, Aditya Kumar, Christopher Lee, Austen Mazenko, Rupal Nigam, Jeremy Schiff, Isani Singh, Hari Sowrirajan, Avi Swartz, Rahul Thomas, Anit Tyagi, Akshunna Vaishnav, Derwin Wu, and Andrew Ying.

Twenty three students participated in the November Colorado Math League Contest.  Seven students had a perfect score: Avi Swartz, Austen Mazenko, Derwin Wu, Isani Singh, Jeremy Schiff, AJ Kumar, and Hari Sowrirajan.

Eighteen students participated in the December Colorado Math League.  Eleven of those students had a perfect score: Sarah Gao, Michael Hu, Won Jae Kim, Seungwon Lee, Austen Mazenko, Jeremy Schiff, Isani Singh, Hari Sowrirajan, Avi Swartz, Rahul Thomas, and Derwin Wu. Cherry Creek remains in first place in the state.

Preliminary results of the 2015 Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge were released in December.  Eleven students participated.  The top Creek score was Avi Swartz with 60/80 which put him in the 96.63rd percentile.  He was followed by Austen Mazenko with 56/80, Rahul Thomas with 53/80, Derwin Wu with 52/80 and Sarah Gao with 51/80.  These five students all finished above the 90th percentile.

Math Madness ended this year with Cherry Creek losing to Wayzata by one point.  Creek finished 60th in the nation.  There were 17,412 students participating nationwide.  Cherry Creek placed 10 students in the top 1000: Austen Mazenko 70th, Avi Swartz 125th, Andrew Ying 260th, Isani Singh 265th, Derwin Wu 561st, Rahul Thomas 585th, Sarah Gao 604th, Christopher Lee 672nd, Won Jae Kim 693rd, and AJ Kumar 833rd.



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