IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2018 Winners

May 2, 2018

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In the Classroom

Wow! Our Spring Learning Showdown has officially ended and we are blown away by everything you’ve accomplished. There were more than 13,000 participating classrooms in this year’s contest, which means April saw a lot of learning! And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for…it’s time to announce the winners.

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School (grades PreK–4)

  1. Erika Ellers’ Scholars class, Homestead Elementary, Eagle River, Alaska – 16,038 questions per student
  2. Nicol James’ 4th A class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic -15,574 questions per student
  3. Cristina Del Carmen’s 3rd.  A class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 11,792 questions per student
  4. Amy Montoya’s class, Mcswain Elementary School, Staunton, Virginia – 10,501 questions per student
  5. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire – 9,828 questions per student
  6. Lauren Evans’ class, Hilldale Elementary, Muskogee, Oklahoma – 7,409 questions per student
  7. Patricia Chaves Peena’s class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 5,899 questions per student
  8. Esther Choi’s class, New Covenant Academy, Los Angeles, California – 5,558 questions per student
  9. Seham Aggad’s 4A class, Iman Academy, Houston, Texas – 5,452 questions per student
  10. Gina Marchionda-Schneider’s class, Lakeshore Elementary School, Malone, Wisconsin – 5,141 questions per student
  11. Renee Martin’s class, The Oakwood School, Greenville, North Carolina – 4,144 questions per student
  12. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 3,884 questions per student
  13. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, Florida – 3,839 questions per student
  14. Amy Chase’s class, Creekside Park Elementary, Anchorage, Alaska – 3,381 questions per student
  15. Hilary Bowden’s class, Soaring Heights Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey – 3,304 questions per student
  16. Nicol James’ 4th B class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 3,280 questions per student
  17. Cristina Del Carmen’s 3rd. B class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 3,262 questions per student
  18. Michael Howell’s 2017 class, Southwestern Elementary, Hanover, Indiana – 3,214 questions per student
  19. Sherri Bryant’s class, Roanoke Catholic School, Roanoke, Virginia – 3,200 questions per student
  20. Jamie Lindberg’s class, Downer, Downers Grove, Illinois – 3,128 questions per student

 

Middle School (grades 5–8)

  1. Mary Bechtold’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, Florida – 17,087 questions per student
  2. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 2 7th Grade Algebra class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 13,674 questions per student
  3. Cindy Deuz’s Deuz 2017-2018 class, Red Hill Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii – 13,278 questions per student
  4. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 8 Algebra 8th grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 12,426 questions per student
  5. Diane Norman’s Norman 6th class, Dietrich School District #314, Dietrich, Idaho – 11,428 questions per student
  6. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 7 Math 6th Grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 11,407 questions per student
  7. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 5 7th and 8th Gr Math class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 11,153 questions per student
  8. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 6 Math 6th Grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 10,721 questions per student
  9. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 1 7th Grade Math class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 9,203 questions per student
  10. Jose Barron’s 8.A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 6,134 questions per student
  11. Jose Barron’s 8.B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 6,093 questions per student
  12. Marlene Villavicencio’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, Florida – 5,255 questions per student
  13. Pamela Mccoy’s 3rd Period 5th Grade class, Woodridge Elementary, DeSoto, Texas – 4,929 questions per student
  14. Christine Miller’s class, Rochester CUSD 3A, Rochester, Illinois – 4,825 questions per student
  15. Ashley Holton’s Period 7 class, Oakland Public Schools, Oakland, New Jersey – 4,607 questions per student
  16. Erin Sandler’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 4,397 questions per student
  17. Kristen Lindsay’s 7.2 Math class, St. John Neumann Catholic School, Lilburn, Georgia – 4,303 questions per student
  18. Consuelo Cabral’s class, Sunnydale Elementary, Elgin, Illinois – 4,174 questions per student
  19. Bethany Evans’ Algebra A class, William Monroe Middle School, Standardsville, Virginia – 4,103 questions per student
  20. Keri Fredrickson’s 5th Grade 2017-2018 class, Cedar Bluffs Elementary, Cedar Bluffs, Nebraska – 3,996 questions per student

 

High School (grades 9–12)

  1. Neil Harrison’s E Period class, The First Academy, Orlando, Florida – 4,602 questions per student
  2. Jose Barron’s 9.B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 4,332 questions per student
  3. Kent Koehn’s Geo 6 class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 3,523 questions per student
  4. Jose Barron’s 9.A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 3,471 questions per student
  5. Bettye Thompson’s Algebra II 4th Block class, Collins High School, Collins, Mississippi – 3,314 questions per student
  6. Kent Koehn’s Geo 3 class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 2,754 questions per student
  7. Hector Estiven’s Precalulus class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 2,722 questions per student
  8. Nick Sterrett’s English 1H class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 2,590 questions per student
  9. Jose Barron’s 9.C class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 2,166 questions per student
  10. Kevin Rawson’s class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 2,117 questions per student
  11. Jennifer Nowicki’s 5th/6th Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 2,044 questions per student
  12. Mahmoud Bader’s 1st Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 1,836 questions per student
  13. Nick Sterrett’s Eng 1A- Period 6 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 1,709 questions per student
  14. Jennifer Nowicki’s 2nd/3rd Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 1,702 questions per student
  15. Jennifer Guydos’ Period 2: Alg II Honors class, Manville High School, Manville, New Jersey – 1,551 questions per student
  16. Lucas Gagne’s Algebra 1 class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Willoughby, Ohio – 1,374 questions per student
  17. Bettye Thompson’s AP Calculus class, Collins High School, Collins, Mississippi – 1,301 questions per student
  18. Helen E Price’s Price Geometry class, Roanoke Catholic School, Roanoke, Virginia – 1,301 questions per student
  19. Leslie Johnson’s 6th Hour Algebra I class, East Prairie Jr. High, East Prairie, Missouri – 1,263 questions per student
  20. Cindy Moore’s 5th class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 1,250 questions per student

 

The top three classes in each grade band will enjoy a pizza party courtesy of IXL. Congratulations to our winners and everyone who participated! We’re amazed by your hard work and hope you enjoyed learning new things on IXL this past month.

For more information on this contest, read our original post here.

Due to the large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

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