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Russian School of Mathematics students excel in math competitions

Shrewsbury - Twenty local students who attend the award-winning Russian School of Mathematics (RSM) in Shrewsbury for afterschool math enrichment posted top scores in national and international math competitions during the 2013-2014 year.

These local students were among over 600 RSM students from California, Connecticut, New Hampshire and all over Greater Boston who posted top scores in math competitions this past year: Abhinay Chalasani (grade 7), Math Kangaroo 13th place national winner; Alexandru Nedelescu (grade 6), John Hopkins CTY SAT high honors, 12th place national winner Math Kangaroo, MOEMS M silver, RSM Olympiad bronze; Andrew Yang (grade 5), RSM Olympiad silver; Aryan Mayor (grade 5), RSM Olympiad bronze; Asish Eda (grade 4), MOEMS E silver, Clarissa Wong (grade 8), Johns Hopkins CTY SAT 680 high honors; David Barenboym (grade 8) AMC 8 honor roll; Isha Mayor (grade 8), Johns Hopkins CTY SAT 680 high honors; Jaden Wei (grade 8), AMC 8 honor roll, Johns Hopkins CTY SAT 720 honors, MOEMS M silver; Jason Saharia (grade 8), AMC 8 honor roll; Karthik Seetharaman (grade 4), Math Kangaroo 14th place national winner, MOEMS E silver, RSM Olympiad silver; Nathan Wright (grade 6), AMC 8 achievement roll; Patrick Ryan (grade 8), AMC 8 honor roll; Rahul Kasibhatla (grade 5), RSM Olympiad bronze; Shane Ferrante (grade 5), AMC 8 honor roll/achievement roll, Johns Hopkins CTY SAT high honors, RSM Olympiad silver; Snigdha Allaparthi (grade 8), MOEMS M silver; Sreenikitha Emani (grade 8), AMC 8 honor roll; Suchir Ural (grade 7), Johns Hopkins CTY SAT 710 high honors; Tanuj Surapaneni (grade 6), AMC 8 achievement roll, Math Kangaroo 19th place national winner; Victor Szabo (grade 6), MOEMS M silver; and Zitong Su (grade 8), AMC 8 honor roll, MOEMS M silver.

For over a decade, RSM students have consistently churned out remarkable scores on standardized tests and in national and international math competitions. RSM students also see higher grade point averages in school, more self-confidence, and a strengthening of problem-solving and critical thinking skills. The school has seen demand for its unique math program increase dramatically over the years and today enrolls more than 11,000 students in six states.

For more information and a complete list of winners, visit www.russianschool.com.

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