Solana Pacific wins Challenge 24 Math Competition in San Diego

Solana Pacific School 5th and 6th grade students excelled at the San Diego County Challenge 24 Math Competition held on May 31 at Marina Village, San Diego. In a highly competitive environment in which Karishma Shah also participated, Anukriti Bhadada, Navyaa Sinha and Manit Bishnoi won the Silver. About 30 schools from all over the county participated in the competition.

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