Results of the AMC-12

The Chesapeake Math Program (CMP) is pleased to announce our high performers in the American Math Competitions for students in twelfth grade (and below).

The Chesapeake Math Program administers the UMBC sitting of the AMC/AIME/USAMO exams, and I also help out with the Montgomery College Administration. Some CMP students take it at their schools or through the Howard County GT program. I’ve included the results here for all CMP students for whom I have information. I only did full intramural awards CMP students at the UMBC and Montgomery College administrations, since I receive results for both of those. In a few cases, I was able to note intramural awards for other schools, too, going by scores posted at the AMC web site. In such cases, I’ve only included intramural awards for CMP students at those schools.

AMC-12 AWARDS BY SCHOOL

CHESAPEAKE MATH PROGRAM, UMBC/Homeschool Administration

Gold winner: Jason Zou, Centennial High School, grade 11 (National Honors)
Silver winner: Daniel Yuan, Glenarden Woods Elementary School, grade 5 (National Honors)
Silver winner (Montgomery College): Justina Yang, Yang Academy, grade 12 (National Honors)
Bronze winner: Nur Siddiqui, homeschool, grade 11 (AMC-12A) (Commendation)
Bronze winner: Xiaolu Guo, Atholton High School, grade 11 (AMC-12B) (National Honors)

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL (CMP students), AMC-12 A

Gold winner: Erik Metz, grade 11, (Distinguished National Honors/USAMO)
Silver winner: Siang Tseng, grade 10, (National Honors)
Bronze winner: Jason Zou, grade 11, (National Honors)
Honorable Mention: Hanmin (Emma) Qian, grade 10, (National Honors)

OTHER SCHOOLS (CMP students)

Tom Luo, Burleigh Manor Middle School (Gold, 12B), grade 8, top 2% (National Honors)
William Cao, River Hill High School (Bronze, 12A), grade 10, top 5% (National Honors)
Isaac Huang, Severn School (Gold, 12A), grade 11, top 5% (National Honors)
Justin Hontz, Arundel High School, (Gold, AACC, 12B), grade 11, top 8% (National Honors)
Arjuna Subramanian, Montgomery Blair (former homeschool), grade 12, top 8% (National Honors)

CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT

Students in grade 10 or below who did exceptionally well on the AMC-12 receive a Certificate of Achievement from the national office. We had two students receive certificates.

Daniel Yuan, Glenarden Woods Elementary School, grade 5 (National Honors)
David Chen, Cockeysville Middle School, grade 8 (National Honors)

CHESAPEAKE MATH PROGRAM COMMENDATIONS, UMBC/MC

AMC 12A and 12B combined

1) Students in top 5% of nation

Jason Zou, Centennial High School, grade 11
Daniel Yuan, Glenarden Woods Elementary School, grade 5
Xiaolu Guo, Atholton High School, grade 11
Justina Yang, Yang Academy, grade 12
Erik Metz, Centennial High School, grade 11
Choongsun (Gilbert) Lee, Glenelg Country School, grade 12
David Chen, Cockeysville Middle School, grade 8
Suriya Kandaswamy, Poolesville High School, grade 11

2) Students in top 10-5% of nation

Kevin Roche, Mt. St. Joseph High School, grade 11

3) Students in the top 25-10% of nation

Sean Power, homeschool, grade 5

4) Students in top 25-40% of nation

Samuel Chan, homeschool, grade 10
Isaiah Gyamfi, School Without Walls, grade 11
Nur Siddiqui, homeschool, grade 11

5) Additional CMP students receiving AMC-12 Certificates:

Brian Woronowicz, homeschool, grade 12
Justin Kweon, Mt. Hebron High School, grade 9

SCHOOL RANKING FOR MARYLAND, AMC-12A

First place: Montgomery Blair High School, Honor Roll (11th in the world)
Second Place: Centennial High School, Merit Roll
Third Place: Montgomery College, Merit Roll
Fourth Place: River Hill High School
Fifth Place: Poolesville High School

SCHOOL HONORS IN MARYLAND, AMC-12B

First place: Montgomery Blair High School, Honor Roll (fifth in the world)
Second Place: Montgomery College, Merit Roll
Third Place: University of Maryland/CMP, Merit Roll
Fourth Place: Richard Montgomery High School, Merit Roll
Fifth Place: Old Cedar Lane School (Howard County GT), Merit Roll