Only six students in California achieved a perfect set of scores in this season’s HS CAML contests – senior Tobey Shim is one of them! Bishop’s placed 7th out of 146 schools in California and 2nd out of 15 schools in San Diego County.
Bishop’s students placed third in Division A, with three students placing in the top 10 in this annual regional competition with students from schools in San Diego and Orange counties. Members of the upper school math club earned a total of 438 points.
Earlier this spring, Bishop’s had two teams of students place in the top 10 in California. One of those teams advanced to the April state competition, in which they earned a fourth-place finish. In a refrain similar to most of our stories right now, this too was impacted by the pandemic.
Homelessness has been the focus for the Community Service Initiative (CSI) in the upper school and the Students of Service (SOS) in the middle school. In two different online sessions in April, students interviewed Todd Gloria and Chris Ward to learn more about homelessness, service and advocacy.
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.