15 Local Students qualify for ACSI Math Olympics
Fifteen, 3rd – 7th grade, students from The Woodlands Methodist School (TWMS) qualified to compete against students from 27 Houston and surrounding area schools in the ACSI Math Olympics Area Event.
One TWMS student, Connor Jones, received a perfect score for 5th grade reasoning. Connor is the only student in this category receiving a perfect score in the district competition. TWMS is one of the top five schools with the highest qualifying students.
“Our students did outstanding in the ACSI Math Olympics! The results confirm the strong academics and educational philosophy at TWMS,” stated Mr. Patton, TWMS Lower/Middle School Principal.
133 schools from the South-Central region (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas) participated in the competition totally 3,518 students. ACSI promotes academic and creative competitions for Christian, private schools, which includes math, creative writing, speech, art, music and spelling bee.
This is the first year TWMS competed in the ACSI Math Olympics. The final round will be early March.
Source: Rebecca Coates, TWMS Public Relations