Auburn High School rewarded the winners of the Kangourou Challenge with a cermenoy organised i at shcool in presence of the Honorary Consul-General of France, Myriam Boisbouvier-Wylie.
This challenge is a French Mathematics contest that was created in 1991 based on the Australian national contest (where the name come from).
They are 24 questions with multiple choices, this challenge is taking place the same day in every schools. The Kangourou is a Game/Challenge very popular in France. The aim of this competition is to introduce youngsters from grade 1 to grade 12 to math challenges in a fun and enjoyable way, and inspiring their further interest and advancement in mathematics. This year, more than 300 000 students participated at the Kangourou Challenge.
Students from Auburn High School particularly distinguished themselves with three students in the top percentile.