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Southville Matheletes Win in Singapore, China




Seven homegrown math whizzes made the country and Southville International School and Colleges proud by bringing home medals from the 2017 Singapore and Asian Schools Mathematics Olympiad (SASMO) held last summer.

Ervin Bautista and Gwyneth Tangog won gold medals for belonging to the top 8 percent of their level while Juan Alfonso Lobien, Raven Maat, Antwone Ong, Seohui Park and Jeremiah Rivera earned bronze medals for being in their levels’ top 20 percent. Over 22,000 contestants from 19 countries including China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Bulgaria, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Cambodia and the Philippines competed in the event.

Organized by the Singapore International Math Contests Centre, SASMO is one of the biggest math competitions in Asia. It sets high but realistic standards that aims to stretch the thinking potential of the participants by improving their mathematics and higher order thinking skills.