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FILIPINO MATH AND SCIENCE WIZARDS HAUL 32 MEDALS IN IMSO

Oct 07, 2018

It was an another day in the sun for some of the country’s cream of the crop in the field of science and mathematics for making no meager harvest in the 15th International Mathematics and Science Olympiad(IMSO) for Primary School Students held in Zhuji City, Zhejiang Province, China on September 28 to October 4, 2018.

The Philippine team wrapping up the competition with 2 gold, 15 silver and 15 bronze medals sent a strong message of their excellence in math and science.

The only gold for the Philippines in mathematics division was a courtesy of Mohammad Nur G. Casib from My Precious Child Learning Center - Marawi City. Obviously, his victory is a golden ray of sunshine streaming through the hopeful horizon of the war-torn city.

In addition, Ervin Joshua Bautista from Southville International School and Colleges marked his impressive achievement by hauling the sole gold medal for the Philippines in the Science division.

The other top achievers reaping silver and bronze medals in this year’s IMSO for mathematics division are:

 

Names

Levels

Schools

Award

1

Briones, Kody G.

5

Emmanuel Christian School

Silver

2

Landicho, Maria Bernadette M.

6

Stonyhurst Southville International School - Batangas

Silver

3

Legaspi, Patric Xamwell C.

6

Vel Maris School Inc.

Silver

4

Lei, Tracy Lauren T.

6

St. Jude Catholic School

Silver

5

Tongson, Michael Gerard R.

5

Stonyhurst Southville International School - Malarayat

Silver

6

Cayetano, Miguel I.

6

Tuguegarao West Central School

Bronze

7

Co, Sophie Jill D.

5

PACE Academy

Bronze

8

Hong, Ian Gabriel T.

5

PACE Academy

Bronze

9

Martinez, Jehan Dave D.

6

Butuan City SPED Center

Bronze

10

Panganiban, Periel Matthew B.

6

Ateneo De Naga University - Grade School

Bronze

11

Salome, Charles Patrick  E.

5

St. Francis of Assisi College

Bronze

12

Soriaga, Adrian Guanson C.

6

St. Jude Catholic School

Bronze

13

Tan, Anika Gayle C.

5

Zamboanga Chong Hua High School

Bronze

 

Giving their best shot in the 15th IMSO for Science Division are:

 

Name

Levels

Schools

Awards

1

Buaquena, Bernice Marie

5

San Beda College Alabang

Silver

2

Co, Gabrielle Micha

6

Saint Jude Catholic School

Silver

3

Gomos, Jose Ma Alfonso

6

San Beda College, Alabang

Silver

4

Martinez, Marie Emmanuelle

6

University Of The Philippines Integrated School

Silver

5

Mestidio, Hans Mathew

6

SPED Integrated School for Exceptional Children

Silver

6

Panelo, Catherine Anne

5

Immaculate Conception Academy Greenhills

Silver

7

Regencia, Yuan Carlos

6

Special Education Center for the Gifted

Silver

8

Saludo, Kristner Sheyn

5

Southville International School and Colleges

Silver

9

Uygongco, Ashley Nicole

6

Hua Siong College of Iloilo

Silver

10

Yap, Shaun Mannix

6

Saint Jude Catholic School

Silver

11

Ababon, Iris Lexi

5

Colegio San Agustin Makati

Bronze

12

Asperin, Elaiah

6

Saint Jude Catholic School

Bronze

13

Carambas, Ron Chelo

6

Morning Star Montessori School, Inc-Calamba City

Bronze

14

Gomez, Mark Jr

5

Trinity Christian School

Bronze

15

Mendoza, Theya Moriah

6

Colegio San Agustin(Biñan City,Laguna)

Bronze

16

Palada, Juliene Nissi

6

BHC Educational Institution, Inc.

Bronze

17

Vargas, Chantal Paige

6

Ateneo De Zamboanga University

Bronze

 

Leading the Philippine team were Dr. Brenda Nazareth Manzano, Undersecretary for Regional Operations, Department of Science and Technology and Mr. Felix Romy Triambulo, Schools Division Superintendent, Department of Education,  Zamboanga City.

This year’s IMSO drew around 400 participants from the following countries: Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,Iran, Kazakhstan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal,Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand andVietnam

 

 

 






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