2014 ACSI Math Olympics

This year’s ACSI Math Olympics is being held at Mt. Calvary Church in Lancaster, PA. The event is on Thursday, March 27, 2014. Students in grades 3-8 are eligible to participate in the ACSI Math Olympics. Each school enters up to three students to compete in the area of computation and up to three students in the reasoning category from each grade. In order to qualify for the Math Olympics, students take two timed grade-level tests in the areas of Arithmetic Computation and Mathematical Reasoning. The scores from these tests along with the students’ math grades are used to determine which students qualified for the Olympics.

The objectives of the ACSI Math Olympics are as follows:
– To stimulate an interest in mathematics
– To recognize the achievements of students in mathematics
– To provide an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other mathematics-oriented students
– To offer students an opportunity to glorify God in the use of their mathematical abilities beyond the classroom
The following students are representing Sunbury Christian Academy this year.
Third Grade
Computation: Brianna Hennett, Caryssa Ressler, Luke Snyder
Reasoning: Carissa Myers
Fourth Grade
Computation: Briana Bluhm, Micah Savidge
Reasoning: Trevor Taylor, Christian Rider
Fifth Grade
Computation: Colby Savidge, Max Anoia
Reasoning: Hope Drumm, Brayden Long
Sixth Grade
Computation: Michaela Novack, Madalyn Spotts, Kyle Hendrickson
Reasoning: Emma Atwood
Seventh Grade
Computation: Rebekah Gingrich, Erin Savidge, Josiah Miller
Reasoning: Derek Matthews
Eighth Grade
Computation: Colton Long, Chris Schroth, Jenna Stuck
Reasoning: Seth Kabonick