Cerasela Tesleanu is a math professor at Collège Stanislas Montreal, Canada specializing in various Math and Algorithmics courses. As a mathematics coach, she has successfully trained gifted students for national and international competitions. She is passionate about the STEAM teaching approach by using math in conjunction with programming and robotics.
As an Advisory Board Member, Cerasela contributions include designing CMSC contests, preparing training programs and resources. She will also provide specialized training to the finalists. Participants, who wish to be trained by one of the best teachers, should aim to get into the top 10% of CMSC.
Grade 8 Student, CMSC Winner in 2020 & 2021
Ansh is a grade 8 students who enjoys to participate in STEM contests. Ansh has won top awards in Math, Computing, Science, Debate and Music. After winning CMSC gold medal by huge margin for the last 2 years, Ansh has decided to help in designing CMSC contest in 2022.
This year we are introducing Grade 1/2 contest. Ansh is playing a key role in designing innovative problems for the young students. We are sure that CMSC for grade 1/2 will be the best contest in the world in 2022. He encourages all of you to participate.
Grade 5 Student, Winner of 2021 CMSC & CCSC Contests
Mark is a grade 5 student. He is the youngest in Canada this year to qualify for Canadian Junior Math Olympiad (CJMO) and USA Junior Math Olympiad (USAJMO).
Mark has won top awards across the globe in Math, Science, Computing, Language, Public Speaking & Music. In the last couple of years, he has won over 250 medals. He decided to help in designing the Canadian Math Summer Contest (CMSC). His other objective is to have others win the CMSC gold medal this year.
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We want to help students all across the globe. Please help us spread the word. We are confident that the participants will have fun solving some of the coolest math problems with our unique approach of allowing them to try each problem more than once.
We also need funds to run this program, especially for licensing costs involving specific tools. The anticipated cost to facilitate this is over $5000. We are relying on the generosity of our donors to help meet this cost as we will not be charging the students any contest fees. Therefore, we will greatly appreciate your support and donation.