Xavier Math Olympiads Win Anew in Tournaments

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Xaverians once again captured multiple wins in mathematics tournaments held this quarter. The following competitions are:

Challenge for Future Mathematicians (CFM)
CFM is an annual competition established in 2014 that aims to exchange the latest Mathematics-related information, initiatives, and applications across the world. The competition was held online on April 13, 2022.

Two grade school and two high school students from Xavier School San Juan won medals during the competition. The students are:

Gifford Dave Chan (G3J)
Dylan Roxas-Chua (G6H)
Shaun Jacob Cua (G8B)

Steven Ziggy Tio (G10E)

Singapore and Asian School Math Olympiad (SASMO) 2022
SASMO is a Math olympiad contest that is aimed at instilling confidence among all students. The contest is designed in a way to make every student love Math again. SASMO contest fits nicely into the school curriculum with a high focus on preparation for high-stakes exams. The contest was also held online on April 17, 2022.

Here are the Xaverians who were recognized:

Jayce Wong (G9G)

Yuan Ramirez (G10A)
Mikhail Borbe (G12F)
Alec Rongo (G10F)

Jack Winston Lim (G10B)

Congratulations to our students for excellently representing our school! Luceat Lux!

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