Quantum College students' successes at international Olympiads
International Olympiads of 2014-2015 academic years are over and Quantum College students kept the honor of their school high again. The six students representing the school returned from five subject Olympiads with four bronze medals and one certificate. As we already mentioned, the first success was registered in Physics. In the Olympiad held in India, the 11th grader Ashot Matevosyan showed his brilliant knowledge and gained a bronze medal. By the wayat the Astronomy Olympiad in Indonesia Ashot was also lucky to get a certificate. 12th grade student Albert Gevorgyan, who has been flashing for years in national and international Olympiadsand has won the President's Award, his year also exceeded the college's expectations: from the international Olympiads of mathematics in Thailand and of computer science in Kazakhstan, he returned with bronze medals. The 12th grader Eduard Grigoryan, who has been fortifying the Olympic medals "bag" with new medals for years, also returned from informatics Olympiad with bronze medal. Congratulations to our students, we hope that in the new academic year too, Quantum College students will continue to uphold the honor of our country and their college in international competitions. By the way, these are Albert’s and Eduard’s last successes in Quantum College student status. Now they are students of YSU and Slavonic University. We wish them new achievements and are confident that during their student years and in the future their successes will continue in all the spheres.