Mathematics Competition Success
This term Darwin High School students have been participating in online challenges set by the Australian Maths Trust.
Sixty-four students from Year 10 to Year 12 competed in the KSF Mathematics Competition in March. KSF is an online maths competition inspired by the Australian Mathematics Competition. It is now one of the largest international mathematics competitions in the world, with more than 6 million participants annually.
KSF Mathematics Competition Outstanding Results
- High Distinction - Sayaan Islam
- Distinction - Felicity Chapman, Zaira Nosaibah, Alishba Saeed and Shakthi Shrijaan
- Credit - Anna Kim, Kelvin Kong, Melani Matthews, Upani Muthumala, William Siviour, Hamish Patel and Aidan Latz
- Credit – Mayooran Sathyendra and Aydar Zarifullin
- Distinction – Michael Fagan
- Credit – Jordan O’Brien and Kishan Patel
The same sixty-four students also competed in the CAT Mathematics Competition in April. The CAT Competition aims to foster lateral thinking and pragmatic problem solving to unearth future talent in computer programming.
CAT Mathematics Competition Outstanding Results
- Credit – Anna Kim, Shakthi Vimal Shrijaan, Zaira Nosaibah, Felicity Chapman, William Siviour, Clarissa Blum, Aidan Latz, Ayesha Khan and Sayaan Islam
- Distinction – Fin Beer
- Credit – Farok Al-Ibrahim, Charlotte Lee, Aydar Zarifullin, Olivia Anderson, Liam McAllister and Natasha Ho
- Distinction – Laura Chapman
- Credit – Jordan O’ Brien, Kishan Patel and Michael Fagan
Year 11 student Fin Beer was also the winner of the Best In School Award.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the KSF and CAT Competitions.