Columbus High has some of the best high school mathematicians in the country as demonstrated by thier 21st place finish in the 2007 Ciphering Time Trials, a national math contest sponsored by National Assessment and Testing.
The team which competed against top math students from around the country was coached by Storie Atkins and Young Won.
There were 10 rounds and in each round, students had three minutes to solve three problems.
Cyrus Vafadari led Columbus.
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On Thursday, Columbus will be participating in a similar competition.