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14 New Members Triple The Size of MA0

The Mathematics Honor Society is "dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students." (http://www.mualphatheta.org)

On November 16, PCS proudly inducted to the Mathematics Honor Society, the following students:


John Choi, Avi Jannsen, Jiahao (Lewis) Long, Seohyeon (Caitlin) Park, Yun Qian (Arrow) Zhang, Haozhe (Bill) Zhong


Hsinyu (Jessica) Lai, Kaiying (Carry) Lin, Jesse Lortz, Chae Hyun (Laura) Oh


Andrew Dailey, Daniel Humphrey, Blake Mazurowski, Kyle Wicklander

The ceremony included Ailis Collins - President, Mrs. Mazurowski - Advisor, Mrs. James - Principal, and Jordan Keegan -Treasurer/Secretary. 

To be eligible for the Mathematics Honor Society, a student has to be in at least 10th grade, and successfully completed Algebra 2 or its equivalent; have completed at least one high school Math course as a high school student at Portland Christian Schools; maintain an overall grade point average of at least 3.5; maintain an unweighted mathematics grade point average of at least 3.5.

As a member in the society, students have several requirements, the most notable is to complete 20 service hours, ten in the area of tutoring others. 

Students also find their math passion in the foundation of PCS’ Math Department “that mathematics is an entity which always exists in the mind of God; it is a universal expression of His creative and sustaining Word of power.”

Group photo of inductees

 Photo from left to right: Laura Oh, Math teacher Andrew Jannsen, Jessica Lai, Carry Lin, Daniel Humphrey, John Choi, Avielle Jannsen, Kyle Wicklander, Lewis Long, Andrew Dailey, Arrow Zhang, Jesse Lortz, Caitlyn Park, Ailis Collins, Bill Zhong, Principal Sherri James, Math teacher Joeal Mazurowski


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