The 2023 Oregon National MathCounts team achieved a commendable 17th rank in the National MathCounts competition held on May 12, 2023. You may check the National Mathcounts Final Standings here: https://www.mathcounts.org/sites/default/files/2023%20Final%20Standings%20Document.pdf
During the weekend of March 11th, the WVA MathCounts team achieved remarkable success at the Oregon State MathCounts Competition in Salem. Among the top 8 performers in the event, WVA students secured an impressive six spots. A big congratulations goes out to Anshul, Vihaan P., Keshav, John, Anika, Nathan, and our 6th grade of Anushi for their outstanding performances, highlighting their dedication and hard work.
The top 4 performers from the state Mathcounts competition are selected as 2023 MathCounts National team. This year, WVA celebrates the inclusion of 3 of its students in the National team. Join us in showing our support for our National Qualifiers: Vihaan P., John, and Keshav. They are gearing up for the National competition and are under the guidance of our national team Coach of Mr. Manny Norse as they prepare for this next challenge.
The WVA MathCounts Team won first place in the 2023 MathCounts Chapter Competition, which was held on Saturday, Feb 18, 2023. The WVA MathCounts team members are Anshul Mantri, Vihaan Paliwal, John Kong, Keshav Karumbunatha. In addition, four more students advanced to MathCounts State Competition individually: Anushi Mittal, Anika Malyavanatham, Theodore Wang and Nathan Ye.
The WVA MathCounts team, led by Mr. Manny Norse, achieved a remarkable victory by securing the top spot in the Oregon State MathCounts competition in March, 2022. Heartfelt congratulations to the team for this outstanding accomplishment in its inaugural year! The WVA MathCounts team members are: Anay Aggarwal, Andrew Su, David Kong and John Kong.
In the highly competitive MathCounts Chapter event held in Washington County, which is renowned as one of the most challenging math competitions in Oregon, WVA proudly fielded a team of 10 students. Remarkably, 6 of our talented students achieved a place within the top 10 of the Chapter MathCounts event, earning them a well-deserved entry into the esteemed Oregon State MathCounts competition. The 6 WVA students are: Anay Aggarwal, Andrew Su, David Kong, John Kong, Vihaan Paliwal, and Anika Malyavanatham. The Washington County Chapter Award Ceremony took place on May 12, 2022, hosted at the Sunshine Elite Education classroom.
Top Students in the Chapter and State MathCounts Competitions
From left to right: Andrew Su, State Mathcounts Director Mrs. Kimberly Herder, Michael Fu, Anshul Mantri, Arjun Agarwal, Anay Aggarwal, Coach Mr. Manny Norse (in the back), Vihaan Paliwal(special guest, AIME qualifier), Shreyan Paliwal(in the back), Sophia Wang, Justin Xia, Yasheen M Arifin.
Five Middle School Students Qualified for AIME in 2021 by AMC10/12
From left to right: Anshul Mantri(Grade 6), Arjun Agarwal(Grade 7), Anay Aggarwal(Grade 7), Vihaan Paliwal(Grade 6), Shreyan Paliwal(Grade 8)
Coach Manny Norse has been teaching Math competition classes in Sunshine Elite Education for more than five years. He coached two teams this year (2021): Willamette Valley Academy and Stoller Middle School. In the 2021 MathCounts State Invitational Competition, 4 students from Sunshine Elite were placed from the second place to the fifth place. Three students are qualified for the national competition. In the 2021 MathCounts Chapter Invitational Competition, 9 students from Sunshine Elite were placed at the top 10 places and won the top 5 prizes.