The 2017 Lisle Math team competed in the ICTM State Competition at the University of Illinois on Saturday to conclude another successful season. Despite only half the team making the trip, due to a conflict with prom, the team finished in 15th place overall in the 2A division. The Lisle mathletes did outstanding in several of the events. Elia Chudov and Ian Narot competed in the Freshman/Sophomore Two-Person event and captured a 5th place medal. The Algebra 1 team finished in 13th place. This team consisted of freshmen Alyssa Daniels, Ayush Ghosh, Lydia Rossin, Thomas Saldeski, Sophia Tchakanakis, and Brendan White. The Geometry team finished in 9th place. Pacing this squad was sophomore Emily Mao, who individually ranked 12th in the state. Sophomores Elia Chudov, Trevor Haen, Jamie Kaiser, Mandy Kaiser, and Ian Narot rounded out the Geometry team. Finally, the Freshman/Sophomore Eight-Person team took home 9th place. This team consisted of freshmen Alyssa Daniels, Ayush Ghosh, Zoe Heidenry, Brendan White, and sophomores Trevor Haen, Jamie and Mandy Kaiser, and Emily Mao. Junior Terrence Lin competed in the Algebra 2 and Calculator competitions. To conclude the afternoon in Champaign the team competed in the always entertaining relay competition. Over 200 public and private high school teams and over 3,000 mathletes from around the state traveled to U of I to participate in this event.
Complete results can be viewed at the website below.
Each year US News & World Report ranks the best high schools in the nation. We are pleased to share that this year Lisle High School ranks in the top 5% of Illinois high schools and the top 5% of high schools nationally.
The annual ranking analyzes the performance of more than 22,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia on state proficiency tests. Qualifying criteria include student performance in mathematics and reading, the ability of the school to promote the success of all students, and the level of success and degree of participation in Advanced Placement courses and exams.
Although these distinctions focus on specific grade spans and schools, it is the collective work of everyone in District 202 which has led to these excellent results. Each level in our District contributes to the success of our students and we are honored to see these efforts recognized in publications as prestigious as the U.S News & World Report. The following link will direct you to the publication web site - US NEWS - BEST HIGH SCHOOLS
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New Families to District 202 should contact the school of attendance to begin the enrollment and registration process.
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Jr. High – Grades 6-8
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