The Lincoln High School Trojans are now 8-time winners of the Avinash Raina Math Competition! This annual event, now in its 11th year, sees high school students from all over San Joaquin County gathering to put their mathematical skills to the test. Over the weekend, Lincoln High School achieved 1st Place in this tournament at University of the Pacific.
In the Avinash Raina Math Competition, students from a variety of math classes work together to score points for their school. Here are the students who represented LHS this year, including some who won individual awards for their categories:
Ishaan Ajay (3rd Place)
Ramya Rajah (1st Place)
Math III/Algebra II:
Atticus Chan (2nd Place)
Sarah Joo (1st Place)
Anshini Parikh (Honorable Mention)
Pravin Rajah (Honorable Mention)
Kyndred Lewis (2nd Place)
We want to thank the Avinash Raina foundation, University of the Pacific, and the San Joaquin County Office of Education for inviting us to this celebration of math instruction in our schools. Congratulations to our students and the staff members who helped them make it this far!