LHUSD Mathletes bring home top medals

Mathematics symbols

Lake Havasu High School competed along with six other high schools in the Mohave Community College Mathlympics today after a two-year hiatus.

We picked up right where we left off by winning the competition.  Out of a possible 18 medals, LHHS won 12 medals.  As Larry Olsen has said many times before, the trophy will be housed at LHHS, but this is a district victory!  From Pre-K to high school, LHUSD teachers have been teaching our students number sense, geometry, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportions, expressions, equations, exponents, logarithms, probability, trigonometry, and calculus.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to a true team victory. 


Please congratulate the following students if you see them:



Ava Tupponce – Bronze

Tanner Mazich – Gold


Algebra Two

Emily Blake - Bronze

Japen Patel – Silver



Jessie Pelayo Garcia -  Bronze

Fiona Janik – Silver



Kathleen Wang – Bronze

Nathan Merrill – Silver

Jamie Henson - Gold



Cade Burgener – Bronze

Colin Redman – Silver

Aaron Miller – Gold


Also contributing to our first place trophy were:

Kendra Holland, Tyler Hayecki, Dylan Meldrum, Kaia Lam, and Alex Gallegos


Please thank Nicole Gray and Valari Rose – Johnson for their leadership coaching these teams this year and Larry Olsen for supporting the team as a chaperone. 

And a huge thank you to Fred, our transportation driver, who got us to Bullhead City and back safe and sound.

LHHS Mathlympics team with 1st place trophy