Mathematics learners crunch the numbers

Grade 12 Olympiad entrants, Aadilah Jamaloodeen and Surav Anandhaw.

St Dominic’s learners continue to show good calculations.

The school was well represented at the second round of the South African Mathematics Olympiad recently.

A total of 100 junior and 100 senior entrants qualified for the third and final round.

Although none of the St Dominic’s learners met the criteria, Aadilah Jamaloodeen made the top 105 of senior learners in the province, and Mihir Lalbeharie in the top 99 in the province for the junior competition.

“Well done to both these learners,” school management commented.

The following learners received a rating of ‘good’ in the second round of the Olympiad:


Aadilah Jamaloodeen – Grade 12

Surav Anandhaw – Grade 12

Megan Furter – Grade 10


Mihir Lalbeharie – Grade 9

Natasha Friend – Grade 9

Nicole Downs – Grade 9

Yuren Naidoo – Grade 9

Aran Hsu – Grade 8

“Well done to all of you, especially to both Aran and Megan!”

Bruce Douglas

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