Proud of the Middle School participation...and podium finish!
The Middle School MathCounts Team participated in the DC State competition, earning second place overall. Lock Grigsby ’25 finished in fourth place individually, qualifying him for the DC Team that will compete at the National MathCounts Competition in Orlando, Florida!
Alessandro Alfandari ’25 said, “I feel really happy that we finished second and also that Lock made the top five.”
Congratulations also to our team members rounding out the top ten: Ashok Tate ’23, Curan Palmer ’24, and Max Froomkin ’24 who finished in 6th, 7th, and 8th place respectively.
“We were excited to see the enthusiasm from the entire GDS team throughout the competition,” said Middle School math teacher Jana Rupp. “After the written test, all team members participated in the engaging ‘Countdown’ round. Well done, team!”
Middle School MathCounts Team: Max Froomkin ’24, Ashok Tate ’23, Shiv Raman ’23, Max Wang ’23, Sadie Foer ’23, Ethan Wolin ’23, Lock Grigsby ’25, Alessandro Alfandari ’25, Grace Zia ’25, and Curan Palmer ’24
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