MW earns top Virginia school honor in Math League Contests
The National Math League (Virginia Math League) offers high schools students the opportunity to compete in (6) monthly contests throughout the school year. The contests are comprised of (6) challenging questions each covering advanced topics from algebra, geometry, precalculus, probability, and statistics, and number theory. Thousands of the best students across Virginia, the United States and Internationally, participate in Math League contests.
This year, Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School tied for the honor of being the top school (#1) in Virginia Math League Contests along with Albemarle HS with a cumulative score of 157. The last year MW earned this distinction was 2011. Thanks and gratitude go out to Mr. John Walter for his long-time sponsorship (2007-2019) of Math League Contests at Maggie Walker Governor’s School.
The following students were recognized for being among the highest-scoring students in the state:
Ankit Agrawal (’22-Henrico)-30, Ryan Kaplan (’19-Henrico)-29, Derek Chen (’19-Henrico)-27, Sam Lichtman (’22-Henrico)-26, Varun Natarajan (’20-Henrico)-26, John Corson (’20-Chesterfield)–25, Kaillou Macon-Goudreau (’21-Henrico)-24, Nicholas Xie (’20-Henrico)-23, Daniel Xue (’20-Chesterfield)-23, and Eric Qian (’22-Chesterfield)–23.
Congratulations to all of the students who contributed to the success of Maggie Walker Governor’s School at Virginia Math League Contest this year!