LCS Students Achieve Success at the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests

Right before the December Break, students in Grades 9 through 12 strove for success in the Canadian Intermediate and Canadian Senior Math Contests. Congratulations to our students who achieved the following results:

Canadian Intermediate Mathematics Contest
A long answer contest typically written by students in Grades 9 and 10 that occurs in November, organized by the University of Waterloo. Responses are assessed not just for a correct final answer, but for the form, style, and clarity of the entire solution. The maximum possible score is 60.

School Champion and Medal Winner
For earning the top score at LCS at an achievement level higher than a threshold determined by the University of Waterloo.
Awarded to: Hansen Chen ’25

Certificate of Distinction
For ranking in the top twenty-five percent of all contest participants worldwide.
Awarded to: Hansen Chen ’25, Evelyn Chen ’25, Eason Ong ’25, and David Li ’25

Zone Team Results
The combined score of this group of students earned LCS a second-place result in our area of Ontario, which includes all schools in Pickering, Port Hope, Whitby, Lindsay, Peterborough, Courtice, Bowmanville, Port Perry, Oshawa, and the Haliburton area.
Awarded to: Hansen Chen ’25, Evelyn Chen ’25, Eason Ong ’25, and David Li ’25, and Tom Wu ’24 

The LCS team score was 207—a second-place result—and just three points shy of the first-place team from Cambridge International Academy in Ajax. We tied with Pickering High School for second place and finished 10 points higher than the fourth-place team from Trinity College School. 

Canadian Intermediate Mathematics Contest
A long answer contest that is written in November, organized by the University of Waterloo. Responses are assessed not just for a correct final answer, but for the form, style, and clarity of the entire solution. The maximum possible score is 60.

School Champion and Medal Winner
For earning the top score at LCS at an achievement level higher than a threshold determined by the University of Waterloo.
Awarded to: Jacobo de Juan Millon ’23

Of note: Jacobo earned a perfect score. For this contest that is an extremely rare occurrence. He was one of only five students in the province of Ontario who earned a score between 58 and 60.

Certificate of Distinction
For ranking in the top twenty-five percent of all contest participants worldwide.
Awarded to: Jacobo de Juan Millon ’23, Sihan Chen ’22, Luck Wang ’23, Victoria Li ’22, Efe Yencilek ’23

Zone Team Champions
The combined score of this group of five students earned Lakefield College School regional champion status for our area of Ontario, which includes all schools in Pickering, Port Hope, Whitby, Lindsay, Peterborough, Courtice, Bowmanville, Port Perry, Oshawa, and the Haliburton area.
Awarded to: Jacobo de Juan Millon ’23, Sihan Chen ’22, Luck Wang ’23, Victoria Li ’22, Judy Yu ’23

The LCS team score was 193, which is quite good for first place. Our team’s score was 15 points higher than the second-place team from Pickering High School and 32 points higher than the fifth-place team from Trinity College School.

Congratulations to all of our students who participated in these contests. We are proud of the way you represent LCS.
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