Jubileans reaping awards in World Scholar’s Cup Back

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The World Scholars Cup is an academic competition in which students compete against each other in 6 different subject areas: Science, History, Social Studies, Literature, Art & Music and an additional Special Area, decided by the World Scholar’s Cup organizer every year. During the 2 days of intense competitions, students will debate, write, and answer MC questions upon the syllabus given. 
 
The World Scholar’s Cup regional rounds take place in more than 40 countries around the world, involving thousands of talented students. The Hong Kong round took place on 9th and 10th March 2019.
 
15 Jubileans participated in the World Scholar’s Cup for the very first time in school history, competing against students from top local and international schools. 
 
After 2 days of heated competitions, they have outperformed many other contestants, reaping individual and team medals. All 15 Jubileans are qualified to enter the Global Round to be held overseas this August. Congratulations!

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Top Debaters Silver Award
Eugenie Chan (1E)
Boris Ko (1C)
Gabriel Ma (2E)
Joyee Wong (2E)
Macy Chan (2E)
 
Top Debaters Gold Award
Charmaine Mak (1C)
Marcus Yeung (3E)
 
Scholars Bowl Silver Award
Charity Lai (2E)
Gabriel Ma (2E) 
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Writing Silver Award
Veronica Wong (1B)
Gabriel Ma (2E)
Keith Lai (3E)
Marcus Yeung (3E)
 
Art Challenge Gold Award
Charity Lai (2E)
 
Special Area Silver Award
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Social Science Silver Award
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Top Debate Team
Boris Ko (1C)
Charmaine Mak (1C)
Louis Ngan (1C)
 
Top Team Writing
Marcus Yeung (3E)
Keith Lai (3E)
Sandy Deng (3E)
 
DaVinci Award
Senior Division, 9th place: Hagios Wong (2E)
Junior Division, 1st place: Kevin Kwong (1E)
 

Jubileans reaping awards in World Scholar’s Cup Back

World Scholar's Cup2.jpg

The World Scholars Cup is an academic competition in which students compete against each other in 6 different subject areas: Science, History, Social Studies, Literature, Art & Music and an additional Special Area, decided by the World Scholar’s Cup organizer every year. During the 2 days of intense competitions, students will debate, write, and answer MC questions upon the syllabus given. 
 
The World Scholar’s Cup regional rounds take place in more than 40 countries around the world, involving thousands of talented students. The Hong Kong round took place on 9th and 10th March 2019.
 
15 Jubileans participated in the World Scholar’s Cup for the very first time in school history, competing against students from top local and international schools. 
 
After 2 days of heated competitions, they have outperformed many other contestants, reaping individual and team medals. All 15 Jubileans are qualified to enter the Global Round to be held overseas this August. Congratulations!

World Scholar's Cup1.jpg World Scholar's Cup4.jpg World Scholar's Cup5.jpg
 World Scholar's Cup6.jpg World Scholar's Cup7.jpg World Scholar's Cup8.jpg

Top Debaters Silver Award
Eugenie Chan (1E)
Boris Ko (1C)
Gabriel Ma (2E)
Joyee Wong (2E)
Macy Chan (2E)
 
Top Debaters Gold Award
Charmaine Mak (1C)
Marcus Yeung (3E)
 
Scholars Bowl Silver Award
Charity Lai (2E)
Gabriel Ma (2E) 
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Writing Silver Award
Veronica Wong (1B)
Gabriel Ma (2E)
Keith Lai (3E)
Marcus Yeung (3E)
 
Art Challenge Gold Award
Charity Lai (2E)
 
Special Area Silver Award
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Social Science Silver Award
Allison Chu (2E)
 
Top Debate Team
Boris Ko (1C)
Charmaine Mak (1C)
Louis Ngan (1C)
 
Top Team Writing
Marcus Yeung (3E)
Keith Lai (3E)
Sandy Deng (3E)
 
DaVinci Award
Senior Division, 9th place: Hagios Wong (2E)
Junior Division, 1st place: Kevin Kwong (1E)