Showcasing their exceptional math skills, four students from JMarian have qualified for the prestigious Prime Mathematics Young Mathematicians Circle! VP for Integrated Basic Education, Mr. Bryan T. Alberto, MAEd, LPT, announced the exciting news today. The talented students are Margeaux Croix Maluya (Grade 2), Haniel Alfaro (Grade 3), Keishlee Jorojoro (Grade 4), and Knight Durano (Grade 5).

This competition, organized by Scholastic Asia, saw participation from several schools across the Philippines. Scholastic will be selecting the top 10-20 explainer videos per grade level, and the winners will have the opportunity to join the elite Young Mathematicians’ Circle of PR1ME Math.

The winners will be revealed during the PR1ME Math Olympiad Awarding Ceremony on March 14, 2023, and each winner will be awarded a medal and a premium Scholastic book pack. Additionally, the winners will be invited to an exclusive virtual Math Workshop sponsored by Scholastic during the summer break.

PR1ME Math is renowned worldwide for its innovative and effective teaching methods. By integrating 21st-century skills and drawing inspiration from the mathematics curricula of Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea, PR1ME Math offers students in grades 1 to 6 an unparalleled learning experience. Each chapter is designed to enhance students’ readiness, engagement, and mastery of math concepts and is guided by four learning progression principles inspired by the most successful practices of top-performing nations.

These bright young JMarians have shown that they have what it takes to be the best in math and are truly deserving of this recognition. We can’t wait to see what they will achieve next!


JMCFI hosts PHIMO 2023 | 2 JMarians net bronze medals

JMCFI hosts PHIMO 2023 | 2 JMarians net bronze medals

DAVAO CITY, PHILIPPINES–Students from different countries showcased their skills in Mathematics at the Philippine International Mathematical Olympiad (PHIMO) held at Jose Maria College Foundation, Inc. on September