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February 28, 2019

Oak Hill Academy places Second at the 2018-2019 CBA Math Contest

The Christian Brothers Academy held its revamped math competition for the third straight year beginning in September and culminating on Thursday, February 28 on its Lincroft, NJ campus.  It is named the Brother Christian Jones Middle School Math Tournament.  The design intent was to challenge students’ knowledge and creativity through a variety of ten multiple-choice questions and one free response question prepared by the CBA Math Team.

The first six rounds were held at our Monmouth county private school after school, and the final event was held at CBA with a series of fun events, challenges and trials that tested depth, speed and accuracy.

Private School Monmouth County

Oak Hill’s team placed for the third straight year as they brought home the Second Place trophy when all was said and done!  The Tournament’s High Scorer was our own eighth grader, Michael Gao (Holmdel). The award for League Fifth High Score Individual went to eighth grader, Thibaut Fabricant (Red Bank). Rounding out the team were eighth graders: Robert Schweikert (Atlantic Highlands), Aaron Lee, (Morganville), Audrey Yan (Holmdel), Samantha Kanevsky (Holmdel); and seventh graders: Karan Patnaik (Holmdel) and Luke DeAngelis (Holmdel).

Kudos to all on a job well done!

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