Cambridge Christian math students qualify for nationals

Several Cambridge Christian High School students participated in the 2013 ACSI Mid-America Math League.

The Mid-America Region includes Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. The Math League competition was comprised of a series of four separate timed tests given to students between March and mid-April.

The top three schools in each category of competition at the regional level qualified to participate at the national level.  Cambridge Christian qualified for national Math League competition in both the Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus categories. This competition will take place during the first week in May.

Lee Enos, Peter Maring and David Fryc were honored with medallions for their high math scores.

Lee Enos, Peter Maring and David Fryc were honored with medallions for their high math scores.

Cambridge Christian School took first in the Algebra 2 competition and placed second in Pre-Calculus. Lee Enos and David Fryc each received bronze medallions for achieving the third highest regional Algebra 2 scores. Peter Maring received a silver medallion for having the region’s second highest total Pre-Calculus score. In addition, Shelby Doble had the honor of being only one of three regional students  who scored a perfect test in the Pre-Calculus competition. Congratulations to all of this year’s CCS Math League participants.

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