At Brain Power we encourage students to strive for excellence and achievement! To that end we actively support their participation in many different contests and competitions at the provincial, national, and international levels, including the international Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition (Cambridge University), the Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture (CYSA) Contest, the World Literacy Canada Contest, our own Math and Logic Contest, and many more.
Congratulations to All the Winners of the
2018 Brain Power Math Olympiad!
1st Place – Victor Banica
2nd Place – Ana-Maria Bangala and Jonathan Huang
3rd Place – Joanne Kim, Annie Deng, and Matthew Tong
1st Place – Terry Wang and Serena Ge
2nd Place – Adam Rzhersky and Ana Mocanu
3rd Place – Matthew Witz-Tsofin
1st Place – Hirad Meshkar
2nd Place – Ariel Popov
3rd Place – Anthony Qin
Brain Power will be having an exclusive party and awards ceremony for the winners on April 28th!
Images from this year’s contest
Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture Contest – CYSA
Two Brain Power students took home awards from the Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture National Contest – CYSA. Denesh Kumar took home First Place and Alex Bancea was the runner up!
Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
Several Brain Power students have placed in the international Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition!
- Cora U. – Junior Gold Medalist
- Michal M. – Senior Silver Medalist
- Jane I. – Senior Silver Medalist
- David G. – Junior Silver Medalist
- Leora H. – Junior Bronze Medalist
Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship – SAGE
Along with her high-school business team, Brain Power’s own Michal Moshkovich (second from left) won first place in the prestigious SAGE (Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship) competition.
Polar Expression Poetry Contest
Saesha (left) placed in the top ten in the Polar Expression Poetry Contest. Her work will now be published in the Canadian student poetry collection Wonder!
World Literacy Canada Write for a Better World
Cora (right) placed in the top ten in the World Literacy Canada Write for a Better World Storytelling Competition. Her work was published in a collectible magazine!