Canadian Mathematical Gray Jay Competition (CMGC) is a Canadian math competition open to students in grades K-8, with questions based primarily on grade 5-8 curriculum. This competition has been created by mathematicians from across Canada.
The problems are meant to be a fun fall activity for students and teachers to complement their math curriculum and build students’ problem-solving skills. The CMGC offered engaging problems that allowed for discussion after the competition and got students excited about math. The competition had 15 questions which take place over 90 minutes.
Competitive Kids students did an amazing job once again. We have a few national champions. Overall 70% of our students won national, regional and performance awards. Congratulations team for another amazing performance.
National/Regional Award Winners
- Mark R* (Gold Award - Canada)
- Ansh A (Silver Award - Canada)
- Soham M (Honour Roll - Canada)
- Kavangun K (Honour Roll - Central Ontario Grade 8)
- Shreenandita D (Honour Roll - Ontario Grade 5, Silver Award - Central Ontario Grade 5)
- Aikaterina M (Honour Roll - Central Ontario Grade 5)
Performance with Distinction (Top 25%)
- Pranav J
- Arushi N
- Arina K
- Dhruv L
- Ananthaa M
Performance with Honours (Top 50%)
- Atri D
- Vignesh A
- Devishi M
- Vivan P
- Ashwin Sankar
- Aditya K
- Vihaan S
* Mark R is a CKSTEM student; however he wrote a contest through the University of Toronto Test Center.