Led by students Jeremy Dy and Lukash Onyshkevych, who both tied for first place in the individual competition, Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School has captured this year’s Anne Arundel Community College Math Competition.
The school scored 47.67 points to outdistance Severna Park High School, which finished with 36 points. Archbishop Spalding High School finished third with 34 points, followed by Severn (33.67), North County and South River (32.67), Broadneck (19), Annapolis (18), and Key School (17.33).
Anne Arundel Community College hosts the annual competition as a way to encourage students and to provide an outlet for students who enjoy the challenge of solving difficult math problems.
South River High School’s Michael Ross and Severn School’s Will Legarde tied for third in the individual competition.