LBMS math students score in top 1% nationally

Lee Burneson Middle School students score in top 1% in the nation on an international mathematics test.

Three Lee Burneson Middle School students scored in the top 1 percent among 150,000 students who took the AMC 8, a 25-question international mathematics test sponsored by the University of Nebraska.

Top scorers were eighth graders Alex Lathem and Justin Krantz, and seventh grader Ryan Karpuszka. Their scores earned them a place on the Distinguished Honor Roll.

Another 13 students scored in the top 5 percent of test takers, earning a spot on the Honor Roll. They are seventh graders Patrick Lee, Sean Rossander, Yuhui Wu and Crystal Zhao, and eighth graders Mark Sargent, Anna Craven, Katarina Jamsek, Nicole Korczak, Sneha Ramachandran, Darin Omeara, Carter Hoon, Chris Slater and Riya Desai.

Nine students scored in the top 25 percent of test takers, earning Merit Roll. They are  eighth graders John Wittenberg, Matthew Akers, Zain Khawaja, Emily Schordock and Bradley Katcher; and seventh graders Miranda Li, Kyle Zubricky, Julia Aylward and Allison Routhier.

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