Sunday Class Arrangement
Due to the inclement weather last Sunday, April. 15th, Olympiads School had cancelled all classes considering safety reasons. An extra class will be added on the Victoria Day long weekend, Monday, May 21st. It will follow the same schedule as Sunday. Please see the following course material arrangements for coming Sunday, April 22nd:
1. All math contest courses will still match other sessions as the missing content will be made up on Monday, May 21st.
2. All other courses are postponed for one week until make-up sessions take place on Monday, May 21st.
3. There will be no make-up classes for debate and model UN.
If students cannot attend classes on the make-up day Monday May 21st, we will refund the tuition with $5 material fee deducted per class.
All courses for the current semester will end on June 10th.
Due to network system problems, parents of “hotmail” users may not be able to receive email notifications and student reports directly from Olympiads school. Parents who use the “hotmail” address must check "Junk mail" in the mailbox in order to receive the Newsletters and student reports.
New Courses Open in Spring 2018
- New Euclid course will start from April 14-15, for details, please find below:
|Course Name||Prerequisite Course||Time|
|Euclid – 1||MathG11 (Contest)||Saturday 4:50 – 6:50pm|
|Euclid – 2||MathG11 (Contest)||Saturday 7:10 – 9:10pm|
|Euclid – 3||MathG11 (Contest)||Sunday 2:30 – 4:30pm|
|Euclid – 4||MathG11 (Contest)||Sunday 4:50 – 6:50pm|
- New COMC course will start from April 14-15, for details, please find below:
|Course Name||Prerequisite Course||Time|
|COMC – 1||MathG11 Contest and Ongoing Euclid||Saturday 7:10 – 9:10pm|
|COMC – 2||MathG11 Contest and Ongoing Euclid||Sunday 2:30 – 4:30pm|
2018 Olympiads School Math Tournament
Olympiads School is proud to announce the 2018 Olympiads School Math Tournament (OSMT). The OSMT is organized by four of our students from the IMO Senior class. They are: Jeffrey Liu, Patrick Prochazka, Victor Rong, and William Zhao. Victor and William participated in the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) last year and received silver and gold medal respectively.
The competition consists of two divisions: a junior division only for grade 10s and under and a senior division opening to all high school students. The problem difficulty for the junior division is approximately that of the AMC 10 or Waterloo competition series (grade 9-10). The problem difficulty for the senior division is approximately that of the AMC 12 or Waterloo competition series (grade 11-12).
After the competition, our IMO Medalists will present the solutions to selected problems in an interactive session and prizes will be awarded to top performing students and teams. We hope this tournament will foster students interests in math and inspire them to challenge themselves.
This tournament has an individual and a team competition. Students can participate in both or either one of the competitions. The team competition pits teams of up to four high school students against each other. Individual student can participate in team competition together with other individuals. For more information, please check here for more details.
Please take note of the following:
1) Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
2) Location: Olympiads School
3) Cost: $15/person (lunch and prizes included)
If you are interested in this tournament, please click here to register.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 – 2017 Competition Awards
~Canadian Mathematics Olympiad (CMO) ~USA Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO) ~Euclid Math Contest
~Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) ~AmericanMathematics Competitions (AMC)
~International Physics Olympiads (IPHO) ~International Young Physicist Tournament (IYPT)
~Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP)
~International Biology Olympiads (IBO)
~Team Canada ~2017 CSDF Junior National Debate Championships ~Harvard College World Schools Invitational
~Ontario Junior Provincial Championships ~Ontario Senior Provincial Championships ~Hart House
~Oxford National Qualifier ~Ontario Oxford Cup Qualifier ~McGill Fall High School Tournament
~Queen’s National High School Championship ~McGill Bonanza
English Writing Competitions
~Polar Expressions Publishing ~Scholastic Art & Writing Awards ~Young Writers
Private School Entrance Exam (SSAT)
~SSAT Middle Level ~SSAT Upper Level
New Courses: Model UN
MUN imitates the activities of the United Nations, teaching students key professional skills such as leadership, diplomacy, research and teamwork. The goal of MUN is to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations and diplomacy, and the United Nations agenda. Delegates are judged, and receive awards, based on their accurate representation of their country’s interests and foreign policy, in addition to their writing, public speaking, diplomatic and negotiating skills.
Tesseract’s “flipped classroom” method of teaching means that students are never bored or disengaged. Our coaches work hard to get students excited about learning, sharing what they have learned with one another, and providing feedback! Coaches do not lecture, but engage the whole classroom with the latest teaching tools, as well as creative activities and exercises. Our students have shown measurable improvements in school performance, established a track record of success at competitions, and have been accepted to prestigious and challenging programs internationally.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.