The new academic year became remarkable for Quantum College for a new achievement.
Science doesn't like half done things; it demands great willingness and a true devotion. That true devotion gives its results for sure. Evidence can serve our participants' great success and victory in the international Olympiad in Astrology which has taken place recently.
September 22-30, 2011 in the city of Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, the 16th international Olympiad in Astrology took place, and more than 100 teenagers from 21 countries participated in it. The Republic of Armenia was represented in the competition with a delegation of five, two of who (Levon Stepanyan and Virab Gevorgyan) from Quantum college and the other three from Physics-Mathematics school. The leader of the Astrology club of the college is a former graduate of Quantum, today already a teacher of Physics and Astrology at Quantum Tigran Nazaryan, who was the student of the beloved teacher Armen Oskanyan leaving this world so tragically. Tigran Nazaryan has also had serious achievements in the international Olympiads. (In 2004 he brought a gold medal from the International Olympiad in Astrology and a bronze medal from the international Olympiad in Physics in 2005).
The competition was held in three stages: theoretical, observational and practical. According to the Armenian delegation members their main opponents were Korea and India.
Our teenagers representing Armenia showed great results, they overcame all difficulties and came back with rich trophies. Three of them (Virab Gevorgyan – Quantum college, Vardges Mambreyan, Karen Hambardzumyan – Physics-Mathematics school) brought bronze medals, and Levon Stepanyan from Quantum college justified all out expectations and returned with a gold medal.
That great victory of our students made the whole world think about the greatness of the Armenian power and the brightness of the mind.
Which enjoyment can be compared with the greatest pleasure of victory?
We congratulate our participants and their club leader on the astonishing success and outstanding victory and wish that it becomes the first but not the last great achievement in the lives of Quantum students in this academic year. We are sure that the trophies of great success won't make our participants haughty, quite the other way; they will serve as powerful foundations for the coming new and great victories.