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Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted leads the country in prizes in the National Academic Excellence Competition

Post by: webams | 31/01/2024 | 786 reads

Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted tops both Hanoi and the entire country in the number of awards in the National Academic Excellence Competition for the 2023 - 2024 academic year.

 

Statistics table for the number of national prizes (academic year 2023-2024) of the Hanoi team.

Out of a total of more than 3,300 students nationwide who won awards in the competition, Hanoi has 184 students receiving awards: 14 First Prizes, 61 Second Prizes, 54 Third Prizes, and 55 Honorable Mentions.

Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted leads with 105 awards: 11 First Prizes, 46 Second Prizes, 29 Third Prizes, and 19 Honorable Mentions. In the academic year 2022-2023, Hanoi - Amsterdam students achieved 100 awards in the competition. 

Mr. Tran The Cuong—Director of Hanoi Department of Education and Training presenting flowers to congratulate the students of the team participating in the National Competition.

Hanoi – Amsterdam High School for the Gifted's awards distribution table (2023 - 2024 academic year)

Out of the 11 First Prizes awarded to the students of the school, the subject of English has 6 First Prizes; Chemistry has 2 First Prizes; Mathematics, Computer Science, and French each have 1 First Prize.

Hanoi's English team (2023 - 2024 academic year)

The National Academic Excellence Competition for high schools, organized by the Ministry of Education and Training, took place on January 5 and 6, 2024 with the participation of 5,813 students, including 128 students from Hanoi - Amsterdam High School. Among the 105 students from the school who won awards, 13 outstanding students from various teams (Mathematics - 3, Physics - 2, Chemistry - 5, Biology - 2, Computer Science - 1) qualified to participate in the selection exam for the 2024 International Olympiad Teams.

Translator: Phan Khanh An – English 1 ('22 - '25)