We are the highest scoring center in the Midwest branch of Daekyo, USA! Our strategy of beginning students right at 4 years old brings out the highest potential achievement for all students!
2011 Olympiad Results
| National Medalists
|| Top Ten Placements
|| Top Tenth National Percentile
Akash Mallady, 1st grade, BRONZE
Surya Jaladi, 2nd grade, GOLD
Shreya Srigiri, 3rd grade, SILVER
Ganasri Aleti, 4th grade, GOLD
Siddharth Balaji, 5th grade, BRONZE
Yuvan Chali, 1st grade, (6/199)
Krish Sardesai, 2nd grade, (4/163)
Ridhima Reddy Ginkala, 2nd grade, (6/163)
Bhavya Reddy Perma, 3rd grade, (9/118)
Adicharan Sridhar, 1st grade
Vinay Sriramanane, 1st grade
Nila Sasi, 2nd grade
Rohith Ryali, 2nd grade
Prashida Galla, 3rd grade
Kavya Alagendran, 4th grade
| Top 25th National Percentile
Suchita Karnati, 1st grade
Janvi Huria, 1st grade
Chloe Ong, 1st grade
VedaVyas Kolli, 1st grade
Arjun Suresh, 1st grade
Oviya Srihari, 1st grade
Tyler Arulsamy, 1st grade
Siddarth Vuskamalla, 1st grade
Himanth Bobba, 1st grade
Ashna Chali, 2nd grade
Ashish Dhanalakota, 2nd grade
Sri Krishna Narendula, 2nd grade
Vishwasri Aleti, 2nd grade
Susan George, 2nd grade
Adnan Pattan, 3rd grade
Gautami Kankipati, 3rd grade
Divya Srihari, 4th grade
Alvin Alaphat, 4th grade
Sathvika Janga, 4th grade
Neha Bollam, 4th grade
Vinai Kumar, 5th grade
- 78% of our students were above national and international averages. In 2010, this number was only 63%.
- 17% of our students were below national and international averages. In 2010, this number was 24%.
- Every grade average from our center was above the national and international grade averages.
- Siddharth Balaji repeated as a medalist by earning his second consecutive Bronze medal.
- Surya Jaladi was the highest scoring student from Enopi St. Louis/St. Charles with a perfect 100%.
- Our other medalists from last year, Adi Sridhar, Ashish Dhanalakota, Bhavya Perma, and Sathvika Janga, were all within the top 25 of their respective grades, and they all got as many or more questions correct this year as they did last year. Congratulations on their improved test scores! This just goes to show how fierce the competition was for this year's test, if 4 of our 5 defending medalists maintained or improved their personal performances but did not place.
- Krish Sardesai and Ridhima Ginkala both only missed a single question on the 2nd grade test, which just barely knocked them out of medal contention. Congratulations on strong performances and nearly a perfect score.