Historic AMC Four-Way Tie

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On November 8, 2023, most of our high schoolers sat for the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) through the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). This Competition was first administered in 2950, and leads the nation in strengthening the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem-solvers. The goal of this test is to help America’s educators identify talent and foster a love of mathematics through classroom resources and friendly competition, while strengthening analytical skills needed for future careers in an innovative society.

This year, we had a historic, never-before-seen, four-way tie for first place for the AMC 12 (for 11th and 12th graders): Yeshara Reznikov (’24), Joe Guzon (’24), Charlie Guest (’25), and Jack Zigler (’25). Congratulations on your historic win!

The winners for the AMC 10 (for 9th and 10th graders) were as follows:

1st -Max Winkles-Reinsch (’27)

2nd – Elliot Kopitske (’26)

3rd – Jonas Marquardt (’27)

While completing the exam is a success in itself, exceptionally high scorers will qualify for the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME), which can earn them additional distinction. Congratulations, all!