Math League Competition

On Wednesday, March 7, several high school students participated in the Jewish High School Math League Competition, an international competition that aims to inspire and develop growth of mathematics in Jewish youth.  The 45 minute competition consists of 15 questions that are based on Jewish themes and involve logic and reasoning skills.  All students who participated received a certificate upon completion.  Once the exams are scored and results are determined, prizes will be awarded to individual students who placed first through third among students from the competing schools around the world.  For additional competition, details, please see http://jhsmathleague.org.

Kristine Schneid – Math Department Chair

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