TGS Wins Big at SCISA State Math Meet

DSC_1013  The Georgetown School won big at the SCISA Math Meet (Division II), held at the Sumter Civic Center on January 20.  Thirty-six teams from twenty-four schools around the state turned up to show their skills, both individually and as teams.  First, all the students individually took an hour-long written test comprised of 50 questions, then the teams faced off in five speed rounds.

Ninth-grader Christopher Attias placed first overall in the individual competition, beating 180 other students. Great job, Chris!

The Georgetown School captured 7th place in the team competition, outscoring twenty-eight of the thirty-six teams.  “This was our first time at the SCISA Math Meet and I am extremely proud of our team’s performance and our math program,” said Dr. Gates, “We were probably the smallest school there!” Congratulations on a job well done to Math Team members: Christopher, Elizabeth, Sarah E., Nathan, and Top.

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