Lions headed to Math Olympics

Two-dozen Horizon Prep students will represent the Lions in the ACSI Math Olympics on March 27 after the third- through eighth-grade students were measured in a run-off exam in the areas of computation and reasoning.

The Math Olympics will consist of four rounds of 11 minutes each. Scores will be compared to other ACSI schools with the highest score winning the medal and title of Math Olympian. Horizon Prep serves over 425 students from preschool to eighth grade.

The team consisted of: Jaden Bueno, Joshua Coons, Natalie Paxton, Kristin Webb, Brandon Bay, Lily Morgans, Andria Carpenter, Marissa Hastings, Dominique Winfield, Daniel Bailey, Daniel Fan, Caleb Armendariz, Connor Mead, Ashlyn Mossy, Kyra Hendrickson, Calvin Borchers, Justin Song, Anastasia Armendariz, Brittany Webb, Nicole Webb, Keely Thompson, David Beltran, Chase Paisley-Sparlin and Brenden Morey.

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