On July 15, 2019, three Xaverians participated in the 2019 World Math Invitational (WMI) in Fukuoka, Japan. Being the first international competition founded by Taiwan, WMI gathers institutes and organizations worldwide that make efforts in promoting and popularizing Mathematics. Students from all over the world attend this event to expand their worldview and experience different cultures, thus broadening their horizon as well as their future.
“Nearly 20,000 elites from all over the world attend WMI preliminary round in 2019, which make the final round both splendid and challenging.” – WMI Organizing Committee
Our very own Josh Daniel Cua (10A), Amery Atinon (10B), and Yuan Ramirez (7C) won gold, while Hugo Ramirez (9B) won bronze.
The victory of these students is the pride of Xavier School. Congratulations and Luceat Lux!