A high school math competition held at Georgia Southwestern State University on Friday drew 422 students from 45 high schools to the campus to put their math skills to the test according to a release issued by the school.
The School of Computing and Mathematics at GSW held its 39th annual mathematics tournament which was sponsored by the AT&T Foundation. The competition is a qualifier for the state math tournament.
First place in the team competition was awarded to:
First Presbyterian Day School (GHSA-A)
Calhoun High School (GHSA-AA)
Oconee County High School (GHSA-AAA)
Columbus High School (GHSA-AAAA)
Creekview High School (GHSA-AAAAA)
Rockdale Magnet School (GHSA-AAAAAA)
Brandon Hall School (GISA-AA)
Tattnall Square Academy (GISA-AAA)
Locally, Americus-Sumter High School (GHSA-AAAA) won second place and Schley County High School (GHSA-A) and Southland Academy (GISA-AAA) won third place.
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