Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) hosted its 45th Annual Mathematics Competition for fifth through eighth grade students on Saturday, February 4. The 45th annual event offered awards to the highest scoring individual and teams in Large and Small School Divisions and Level I (grades 5-6) and Level II (grades 7-8).
Participating schools included: Barnhart School, Beatitudes of Our Lord School, Bitely Elementary School, Christ Lutheran School, Epiphany School, Immaculate Conception Catholic School, Jefferson Middle School, Los Angeles Leadership Academy, Macy Intermediate, Mesa Robles Middle School, Mountain Track Middle School, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic School, Pasadena Rosebud Academy, Polytechnic School, Potrero Heights Elementary, Precious Blood School Catholic School, Ridgecrest Intermediate, San Gabriel Mission Elementary, Shively Middle School, Sierra Madre Middle School, Sky Mountain Charter School, St Andrew Catholic School, St Benedict Catholic School, St Dominic Savio School, St John the Baptist School, St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, St Thomas More Catholic School, Sts Felicitas & Perpetua Catholic School, Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School.
Small-School Individual Student Results (Level I)
J. Eskandar – Beatitudes of Our Lord Catholic School
T. Pennella – Beatitudes of Our Lord Catholic School
A. Nieto – Sts. Felicitas & Perpetua Catholic School
Large-School Team Results (Level I)
Christ Lutheran School (44 out of a possible 120)
Small-School Team Results (Level II)
Sts. Felicitas & Perpetua Catholic School (108 out of a possible 200)
Barnhart School (105 out of a possible 200)
Precious Blood Catholic School (103 out of a possible 200)
Small-School Team Results (Level I)
St. Dominic Savio Catholic School (53 out of a possible 120)
Beatitudes of Our Lord Catholic School (52 out of a possible 120)
Sts. Felicitas & Perpetua Catholic School (50 out of a possible 120)
The Top Team in both Level I and II were awarded $250 for their Mathematics Clubs on behalf of Printefex.
Congratulations to Level I winners, St. Dominic Savio Catholic School and Level II winners, Christ Lutheran School.
“Bosco Tech wishes to thank you this year’s participants and commend the students for their effort and enthusiasm,” said Valeria De Luna, Bosco Tech Director of Admissions. “We also want to recognize the parents and teachers who so well prepared and supported these hard-working young people.”
For information about Bosco Tech, visit boscotech.edu or call (626) 940-2000.
Celebrating its sixty-second year, Bosco Tech is an all-male Catholic high school that combines a rigorous college-preparatory program with a technology-focused education. The innovative STEM curriculum allows students to exceed university admission requirements while completing extensive integrated coursework in one of five applied science and engineering fields. Each year for the past several years, one hundred percent of the graduating class has earned college acceptances. Visit www.boscotech.edu for more information.
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