Yamanlar Schools students sweep AMC 8

Date posted: December 16, 2013


İzmir’s Yamanlar Schools won 18 golden, 25 silver and 17 bronze medals at the recently held 60th Annual International AMC 8 contest, jointly held by Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and University of Nebraska. 350 thousand students from 6 thousand schools in 86 different countries attended the contest online.

Among those representing Turkey in the contest, Yamanlar’s middle school students achieved 18 golden medals. Those from South Korea, China, Canada, Russia and Taiwan as well got their shares in medals.

Feeling proud by students’ 60 medals, on behalf of Turkey, “The contest by Mathematical Association of America is held in 86 countries with the participation of big-name schools around the world. I’m proud of our students’ outstanding achievement. As the most award-winning Turkish school in international contests, we are competing with the world on behalf of Turkey” Yamanlar Educational Institutions General Manager, Sebahattin Kasap, said.

Published [in Turkish] on Cihan, 11 December 2013, Wednesday

Source: Hizmet Movement , December 16, 2013

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