Student Honors

Students finish strong at TMTA comeptition

USJ math students placed high in several events at the Tennessee Mathematics Association’s contest at Freed-Hardeman University. As a team, the school won four events and placed third in the fifth.

Calculus and Advanced Topics

First:  Matthew Smith
Second: Steven Mysiewicz 
Third: Amanda Holloway
Fourth: Alan Wilms  
Seventh: Derek Wallace
Eighth: Austin Wilms
USJ Team: First Place

Pre-Calculus

Third: Peyton Antwine
Eighth: Clare Robertson
10th: Reese Antwine
14th: Rachel Giampapa
USJ Team: Third Place

 

 

 

 



Algebra II

First: Nathaniel Schwindt
Second: Aditya Thota
Third: Gray Northern
Fourth Loukas Georgio
Sixth: Seth Weiss
USJ Team: First Place

Geometry

First: John Stanford
Second: Michael Villarreal
Third: Natalie Sullivan
Fourth: Patrick Aherrera
Sixth: Eric Whisenant
USJ Team: First Place

 

 

 

 


Algebra I

First: Alden Cardwell
Second: Anjali Mahajan
Third: Trent Baldwin
Fourth: Tyler Bruno
Seventh Ashley Dunn
USJ Team: First Place







Students to compete in qualifying round of national chemistry competition

Samuel Rickman and Alan Wilms will compete in a national exam that could qualify them to become members of the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad team. The U.S. team will compete against the world at the 47th International Chemistry Olympiad in Baku, Azerbaijan, from July 20 through 29.

The USJ students were invited along with others in the region based on the scores they received in previous competitions at Murray State University and UT Martin.

Upper School chemistry teacher Malea Mullins will sponsor Samuel and Alan as they advance.