Briefing of SEAMO X at Manila Grand Opera Hotel

Please be informed that the orientation for the participants and delegates of SEAMO X  will be at VIP Hall, Manila Grand Opera Hotel, 925 Doroteo Jose St, Santa Cruz, Manila from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
In this orientation, plane tickets will be distributed to registered members of the Philippine delegations of SEAMO X.
Therefore, all participants and delegates MUST submit all their ORIGINAL initial/down payment/ full-payment and travel tax payment deposit slips to Fare Options Travel Services.

WMO is at Singapore

The 2020 WMO will be at Singapore on February 1-3, 2020. The contest is open to Grades 3 to 9 students.
Interested students who attended the 2019 MOSTP may send your intention to join through email with subject header "I will join WMO 2020" at [email protected] on or before January 5, 2020.
Once confirmed, complete details of the contest and other requirements will be sent to you on or before January 5, 2020.

Attn: SEAMO X 2020 Tickets Are Almost Sold Out (80% FULL).

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Filipino mathletes scoop medals in 2019 SEAMO

The Philippines yielded a total of 644 medals in the Southeast Asians Mathematical Olympiad (SEAMO) conducted here in the Philippines on September 21, 2019. The Philippines joining this contest for the second time this year garnered 125 gold, 191 silver and 328 bronze medals. This math Olympiad is the highest form of creative thinking and logical reasoning. It trains students to develop their critical thinking skills that are required to excel in school and in the workplace. This form of mathematics is suitable for students who are interested in expanding their mathematical knowledge beyond the school syllabus or building up their portfolio to secure scholarships or seats in top schools.
The following are the winners of gold, silver and bronze medals:
2019 SEAMO RESULTS - PHILIPPINES HOW TO CHECK SEAMO 2019 RESULTS and SEE IF YOUR ELIGIBLE TO SEAMO X: Proceed to to "Login as Candidate"Username & Password = Candidate No.Update your detai…


Please register online at: KENKEN registration Selection Test
SELECTION TEST:  November 16, 2019 • 9:00 a.m. Philippine Chen Kuang High School P. Parada St. Bgy. Santa Lucia, San Juan, Metro Manila
What is the KenKen International Championship?
•Each year, the KenKen® Puzzle Company sponsors a tournament that brings together the best KenKen players from around the globe to compete for the title of International KenKen Champion!
•Contestants will compete in three divisions - Adult, Senior, and Student (grades 3 - 12). Those competing in the Adult category can be of any age 18 and up. Students compete in three separate age/grade categories, with an international champion crowned in each group.

PH math warriors win medals and trophy in IMOYA

It’s another home-run for the Filipino kids for garnering a whooping 120 medals in the 2019 International Mathematics Open for Young Achievers (IMOYA) held at Parkroyal, Beach Road, Singapore on September 14 – 16, 2019.
This year, the Philippines bringing a total of 132 students grabbed 21 gold, 36 silver, 63 bronze medals including a champion trophy for the Philippine team 2 in the group contest.
The 2019 IMOYA drew a close to 500 students from Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, and Thailand.
 The following are the recipients of gold, silver, and bronze medals:
IMOYA Philippines - Result

Filipino math wizards bag medals in Hua Lou Geng Golden Cup

The Philippine top math students endowed with great force of will and notable numerical acumen came out triumphant for winning a medal each in the Hua Lou Geng Golden Cup held in Xiamen, China on August 12 – 16, 2019.   The young Filipino numbers aces, who came from both public and private elementary and secondary schools, won 2 gold, 8 silver and 3 bronze medals.     The gold medals for our country were a courtesy of Ruzh Anthony Alfonso (Gr. 8) from Philippine Science High School–Main and Nathan Mayer Dy (Gr. 8), from Philippine Science High School West Visayas Campus in Iloilo City. Bagging home a silver medal each were Elaiah Asperin (Gr. 6) from St. Jude Catholic School, Jacques Simon Timtiman (Gr. 7) and Ziron John Valaquio (Gr. 7) from Philippine Science High School – Western Visayas  Campus, Nathan Lucas Chiu (Gr. 5) St. John’s Institute - Bacolod Reginald Cedric Lim (Gr. 8) and Lia Isabelle Gutierrez (Gr. 6)from Grace Christian College, Charles David Uy (Gr. 5) from Bethel Inter…