National finalists of the 16th Metrobank Math Challenge named


Now on its 16th year, the Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge (MMC) will culminate with its national finals on April 21-22, 2017. A total of 44 students from 28 public and private schools all over the country successfully advance to the competition’s final phase. The MMC is the most widely participated math competition in the country among elementary and high school students.
 
The Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI), together with the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP), announces the schools which made it to the National Finals of the 2017 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge (MMC).
Out of the 572,916 students who competed in the nationwide elimination rounds, a total of 44 students representing 28 public and private schools have successfully advanced to the final leg of the competition which is the National Finals to be held on April 22, 2017 at the Metrobank Plaza Auditorium in Makati City.
 
“We want to congratulate our finalists as early as now for making it this far in the competition. With hard work and determination, you have surpassed expectations, bringing pride and honor to your respective schools,” said MBFI president Aniceto Sobrepeña. “Sixteen years after we started, Metrobank and Metrobank Foundation remain committed to providing a venue for the Filipino youth to hone their mathematical skills in an atmosphere of friendly competition,” he added.
 
Schools competing for the Grade 6 Individual Competition are: Agoo Kiddie Special School (Agoo, La Union); Special Education Center for the Gifted (Olongapo City); Palawan State University Laboratory Elementary School (Puerto Princesa City); St. John’s Institute (Bacolod City); Zamboanga Chong Hua High School (Zamboanga City); Mary Infant Jesus School (Iligan City); Ateneo de Davao University (Davao City); Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (General Santos City); Palanan Elementary School (Makati City); and MGC New Life Christian Academy (Taguig City).
 
For Grade 6 Team Competition, the competing schools are: Special Education Center for the Gifted (Olongapo City); Colegio San Agustin – Biñan (Biñan City); Palawan State University Laboratory Elementary School (Puerto Princesa City); Zamboanga Chong Hua High School (Zamboanga City); Butuan City SPED Center; Palanan Elementary School (Makati City); and St. Jude Catholic School (City of Manila).
For the Grade 10 Individual Competition, schools competing are: Philippine Science High School – CAR Campus (Baguio City); BHC Educational Institution, Inc. (San Fernando City, La Union); Mariano Ponce National High School (Baliuag, Bulacan); San Pablo City Science High School; Philippine Science High School – Western Visayas Campus (Iloilo City); Binalbagan Catholic College High School Department (Binalbagan, Negros Occidental); Zamboanga Chong Hua High School (Zamboanga City); Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology Integrated Development School (Iligan City); Ramon Magsaysay (Cubao) High School (Quezon City); and Philippine Science High School – Main Campus (Quezon City).
 
And for the Grade 10 Team Competition, schools competing are: Ilocos Sur National High School (Vigan City); Maliwalo High School (Tarlac City); De La Salle University Integrated School (Biñan City); Aquinas University of Legazpi Science High School (Legazpi City); Philippine Science High School – Western Visayas Campus (Iloilo City); Binalbagan Catholic College High School Department (Binalbagan, Negros Occidental); Zamboanga Chong Hua High School (Zamboanga City); Philippine Science High School – Southern Mindanao Campus (Davao City); Bayugan National Comprehensive High School (Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur); and Philippine Science High School – Main Campus (Quezon City).
 
National winners will receive trophies, medals and cash prizes which are as follows: P25,000 for the 1st placer, P20,000 for the 2nd placer and P15,000 for the 3rd placer for the elementary level while P50,000 will be given to the 1st placer, P40,000 for the 2nd placer and P30,000 for the 3rd placer for the high school level amounting to a total of P540,000 worth of cash prizes.
 
MMC is the most widely participated math competition in the country among elementary and high school students. It is being organized by the MBFI, MTAP, and DepEd. The annual Math Challenge produces national winners who get to compete and eventually win in international competitions. Among them are Farrell Eldrian S. Wu and Kyle Patrick F. Dulay who reaped the first gold medals of the Philippines at the recent 57th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) held in Hong Kong.
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