COURTESY OF OAK PARK AND RIVER FOREST HIGH SCHOOL
Three out of 250 OPRF students who participated in the American Mathematics Competition, the longest running, most prestigious U.S. math contest for students, have qualified for the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME). The AIME is a three-hour, 15-question test for those students who were in the top 5% or scored higher than 100 points. This is the second test on the path to take the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad. Congratulations to:
- Phillip Harris
- Jackson Kishbaugh-Maish
- Jonah Philion
It is also noteworthy that the following four younger students, who took the AMC 10, scored high enough to reach distinction:
- Noah Banholzer
- Tyan Borgdorff
- Arjun Rawal
- Ethan Mertz
Answer Book 2017
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