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CAMPUS ALL-STARS

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

January 2019:

Regional Brain Bowl Tournament Results:

Congratulations to the 9 Campus teams who competed in the Regional Brain Bowl Tournament on Saturday.  All teams represented Campus strongly.

 

Further congratulations to the following teams who scored in the top 3 in our region and will be going on to the Colorado/Wyoming Championship Tournament:

 

In 3rd place for 6th grade:

Teddy Zhu, Andrew Huang, Isaac Scott, Peter Neptune, and David Park

 

In 3rd place for 7th grade:

Jayden Wang, Anika Sharma, Karthikeya Kasa, Ash Bhattacharya, and Finn Shelton

 

In 2nd place for 7th grade:

Josh Zhou, Srinivas Arun, Toby Shu, Shiven Saxena, Brandon Zhu, and Matthew Hu

 

In 2nd place for 8th grade:

Rudra Goel, Jack Betts, Daniel Wheatley, Arjun Manian, and Cameron Schlosser

 

and in 1st place for 8th grade and the regional 8th grade champions:

Charlie Flaxbeard, Avi Grope, Eric Zhang, Ettie Gelster, and Catherine Yue

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American Mathematical Competition Results:

Campus took the AMC8 competition test (which is a 25 question multiple-choice in 40 minutes test given nationally on the same day) back in the beginning of November.  We just got our results last night.

 

We had 3 students place in the top 1% Nationally!  They received what’s called the Honor Roll of Distinction. They are 7th grader Srinivas Arun, 8th grader Charlie Flaxbeard, and 6th grader Ethan Lou.  WOW!

 

We also had an additional 5 students place in the top 5% Nationally!  They receive the Honor Roll Certificate.  They are 7th graders Toby Shu and Jayden Wang, and 8thGraders Catherine Yu, Mikael Miao, and Eric Zhang.

 

Ethan Lou also received a special award for being a 6th grader scoring 15 or more points – he receives the Certificate of Achievement.

 

Finally, we played host to 7 -  4th and 5th graders who wished to take the exam.  (6 from Cottonwood thanks to Amy Bainbridge and 1 from Peakview by parent request). 

5th Grader Shruti Arun (little sister to Srinivas) placed in the top 5% nationally and also received the Certificate of Achievement for scoring 15 or more points.  WOW!!




 


 



 
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