Upper & Middle Schools Rank #1 in RI Math

April 15, 2020

Congratulations to our ‘math-letes’ who took part in this year’s New England Math League competitions as part of the national Math League. Wheeler earned #1 rankings in Rhode Island in BOTH Upper and Middle School.  NEML contests are open to any interested student from Gr. 4-12 at Wheeler. The national Math League contests were created in 1977 to give students an educationally enriching opportunity to participate in an academically-oriented activity and to gain recognition for mathematical achievement.

Score report for Wheeler's first place state ranking in national Math League

High School Contest 2019-20
Students from schools in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont participated.  In Rhode Island, Wheeler outpaced the nearest school by 10 points, scoring 151 cumulative points this season.  Wheeler students who earned a perfect score at any meet during the season were:

  • Noah Medina ’22
  • Neil Panth ’22
  • Daniel Shimberg ’20
  • Isaiah Suchman ’21
  • Eric Tang ’21
  • Tahseen Younus ’21
GRADE 6 (59 schools competed)
11th in New England, Philip Spradlin 14th in New England
At Wheeler:
1- Philip Spradlin
2-George Karonis, David Schneider
3-Charlie Woodcome, Lara Miller
GRADE 7 (58 schools competed)
8th in New England, William Bruno 2nd in New England
At Wheeler:
1-William Bruno
2-Reid Purdy
3- Seoyon Kim
4-Willie Chivers, Nate Flum, George Tang
GRADE 8 (58 schools competed)
14th in New England, Josh Shin 23rd in New England
At Wheeler:
1-Josh Shin
2-Annie Xia
3-Tyler Wang
4-Victoria Spradlin

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