March 2, 2015

MASON, OH – Five Mars Hill Academy students took first place in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Ohio River Valley Region’s 2015 Math Olympics competition for grades 3-8. Sixth grader Hana Owen of Trenton, fifth grader Manami Fukuda of Mason, and fourth grader William Kwan of West Chester placed first in the math computation category. Fifth grader Noelle Min of Mason and fourth grader Joshua Miller of Forest Park placed first in the math reasoning category.

The ACSI Math Olympics is a series of timed tests in math computation and math reasoning. Up to three students in each grade qualify to take four rounds of timed-tests in either computation or reasoning. The top five scorers in each grade and category are awarded. Tests were taken at Mars Hill Academy and submitted by mail to the ACSI host school. Overall, twenty-three Mars Hill Academy students received awards.

Photo: Five Mars Hill Academy students recently took first place in the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Math Olympics competition, a series of timed tests in math computation and reasoning for grades 3-8. Seated, l-r: Fifth grader Manami Fukuda of Mason and fifth grader Noelle Min of Mason. Standing, l-r: Fourth grader Joshua Miller of Forest Park, sixth grader Hana Owen of Trenton, and fourth grader William Kwan of West Chester.