A total of 664 Michigan students earned scores of 16 or higher and are cited in this report as 2001 Michigan AMC 8 Honor Roll Students; those with scores of 18 or higher have USA Honor Roll standing. A total of 343 students in grades six and below earned scores of 10 or higher to become 2001 Michigan AMC 8 Merit Roll Students; those with scores of 13 or higher have USA Merit Roll standing. For their achievements, all these students will be awarded certificates of merit. The top scoring Michigan students in each grade are also listed.
This year, two Michigan students, Sunil Agarwal, a 7th grader at Boulan Park Middle School in Troy, and Andrew Koltonow, an 8th grader at Berkshire Middle School in Birmingham, achieved perfect scores of 25 on the AMC 8. Each will receive a plaque for his accomplishment.
The Edith May Sliffe Award recognizes the excellence of exam managers whose students are most successful on the AMC 8. This year's Michigan recipients of the Edith May Sliffe AMC 8 awards are the following individuals, who have our congratulations and gratitude:
|Steve Hatt||Smith Middle School||Troy|
This is last year year that Matthew Wyneken will be co-directing the AMC8. Kristina Hansen will be joined as Co-Director next year by Ricardo Alfaro, also of the University of Michigan-Flint. Thanks go to Matt for his many years of devoted service.
|Kristina Hansen||Matthew Wyneken|
|Associate Professor||Associate Professor|
|University of Michigan-Flint||University of Michigan-Flint|