IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2020: Winners

Nearly 24,000 classrooms from around the world competed in this year’s Spring Learning Showdown, and the competition was fierce! We know you’re anxious to see who came out on top, so here are the final results…

PreK-4th grade 

 

  1. Nguyen Viet Dung’s class, Nam Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam – 11,165 questions per student
  2. Nguyen Ngoc Huyen’s class, Minh Khai, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – 9,066 questions
  3. Audrey Nelson’s Walker class. Bethlehem Junior Academy, Tamarac, Florida – 7,431 questions
  4. Que Lan Duong’s class, Chu Van An, Hanoi, Vietnam – 7,242 questions
  5. Truong Tue Anh’s class, School for Gifted Students, Vietnam – 6,134 questions
  6. Dinh Phuong Linh’s class, Ho Tay, Hanoi, Vietnam – 6,116 questions
  7. Dang Ly Ly’s class, Doan Thi Diem Greenfield, Hung Yen, Vietnam – 6,036 questions
  8. Vo Thanh Tien’s class, International German School, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – 5,292 questions
  9. Michael Loyko’s class, Quashnet School, Mashpee, Massachusetts – 5,279 questions
  10. Truong Hoang Anh’s class, Viet Duc, Hanoi, Vietnam – 4,944 questions
  11. Racquel Davis’ class, Our Lady of the Rosary School, Miami, Florida – 4,897 questions
  12. Nguyen Cong Thang’s class, Hai Ba Trung, Vietnam – 4,865 questions
  13. Vu Ngoc Thuy’s class, Phuong Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam – 4,375 questions
  14. Alejandra Hay’s class, International Children’s Academy, Hialeah, Florida – 4,055 questions
  15. Ms.Quiñones’s class, Reborn Christian Academy, Kissimmee, Florida – 3,770 questions
  16. Mrs. Ferland’s class, East Rochester School, Rochester, New Hampshire – 3,668 questions
  17. Clara Griffin’s class, Villarreal Elementary School, Zapata, Texas – 3,634 questions
  18. Ms. Ojeda’s class, Royal Kids Academy, Hialeah, Florida – 3,576 questions
  19. Teresa Saavedra’s class, Edison Private School, Hialeah, Florida – 3,462 questions
  20. Mrs. Carolina’s class, Pure Academy, Port Saint Lucie, Florida – 3,452 questions

 

5th-8th grade

 

  1. Luis David Almonte’s 6 GRADE B class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 6,195 questions per student
  2. Nguyen Chu Nam Son’s class, Hanoi, Vietnam – 5,889 questions
  3. Dorian Rodriguez’ 7C class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 5,773 questions
  4. Gulhan Bicici’s 5 stars class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt – 4,869 questions
  5. Luu Thi Nga’s class, Ho Tay, Hanoi, Vietnam – 4,669 questions
  6. Daniel Salgueiro’s 5th Grade Math class, Our Lady of the Rosary School, Miami, Florida – 4,489 questions
  7. Leonor Gonzalez’ class, Little Havana Campus, Miami, Florida – 4,462 questions
  8. Ngoc Thuy Vu’s class, Dong Da, Vietnam – 4,400 questions
  9. Michael Tien’s class, Phuoc Khanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – 3,718 questions
  10. Ms. McLeod’s Thompson class, KIPP Indy College Prep Middle School, Indianapolis, Indiana – 3,265 questions
  11. Ms. McLeod’s Gatlin class, KIPP Indy College Prep Middle School, Indianapolis, Indiana – 3,064 questions
  12. Deborah Edmiston’s class, Sacred Heart School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania – 2,931 questions
  13. Ms. McLeod’s Gaddie class, KIPP Indy College Prep Middle School, Indianapolis, Indiana – 2,874 questions
  14. Karen’s 6th class, St. Peter’s Preparatory Academy, Vero Beach, Florida – 2,873 questions
  15. Ms. McLeod’s Jansen class, KIPP Indy College Prep Middle School, Indianapolis, Indiana – 2,755 questions
  16. Mr. O’Dell’s 7 class, Robert Lee Jr. High/High, Robert Lee, Texas – 2,578 questions
  17. Mr. O’Dell’s 8 class, Robert Lee Jr. High/High, Robert Lee, Texas – 2,562 questions
  18. Miss Jan’s class, Living Waters Christian School, Buxton, Maine – 2,552 questions
  19. Ms. McLeod’s Smart class, KIPP Indy College Prep Middle School, Indianapolis, Indiana – 2,480 questions
  20. Ruth Croghan’s class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Abingdon, Virginia – 2,475 questions

 

 

 

9th-12th grade

 

  1. Kennan Goodman’s Genius class, Hawthorne Academy Of Health Sciences, Charlotte, North Carolina – 7,823 questions per student
  2. Le Hue Huong’s class, Chu Van An, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – 4,793 questions 
  3. Jose Antonio’s 9A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 2,254 questions
  4. Jose Antonio’s 9B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 2,048 questions
  5. Luis David Almonte’s 11 Grade Math class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 1,573 questions
  6. Jack Nelson’s Geometry class, South Shore Jr/Sr High, Port Wing, Wisconsin – 1,196 questions
  7. Hector Yan Estivel’s Trigonometry class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 1,164 questions
  8. Rod Karamon’s Sp 2nd class, Inter-City Baptist School, Allen Park, Michigan – 1,159 questions
  9. Jennifer L Nowicki’s 4th Hour Algebra II class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 1,083 questions
  10. Ms. Stelle’s Alg. III 2nd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 1,070 questions
  11. Stacey Bowie‘s class, Living Waters Christian School, Buxton, Maine – 1,062 questions
  12. Jennifer L Nowicki’s 1st/2nd Hour ESL Algebra I class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 1,052 questions
  13. Mrs. Winans’s Algebra 1 class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 978 questions
  14. Mr. Bruno’s G10MA class, Canadian School of Niteroi, Niteroi, Brazil – 959 questions
  15. Mr. Muciño’s AP Calculus AB – Period 3 class, Wellington High School, Wellington, Florida – 947 questions
  16. Ms. Stelle’s Geometry 6th hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 932 questions
  17. Mr. Bruno’s G9MA class, Canadian School of Niteroi, Niteroi, Brazil – 919 questions
  18. Dr. Sanchez’s Spanish II – Sanchez – 2 class, Chalmette High School, Chalmette, Louisiana – 908 questions
  19. Mr. Muciño’s AP Calculus AB – Period 6 class, Wellington High School, Wellington, Florida – 905 questions
  20. Mr. Bruno’s G11MA class, Canadian School of Niteroi, Niteroi, Brazil – 904 questions

 

 

The top 10 classrooms in each grade band will receive a pizza party to celebrate their hard work. Congrats! 

And to everyone who participated this year, kudos for all of your effort in the 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.