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In the world of HSC Mathematics, David Sadler hardly needs an introduction. Holding a Bachelor of Science from the University of New South Wales, as well as a Diploma of Education and a Masters of Pure Mathematics from the University of Sydney, David has co-authored 4 Cambridge University Press Mathematics Textbooks. David's teaching pedigree is second to none, he has 36 years of teaching experience under his belt at Sydney Grammar School, where he was also Head of Mathematics for 7 years. He brings his considerable talents as both an educator and a thought leader in the mathematical industry.

前新南威尔士大学教师,悉尼文法学校(澳洲第一的私立学校)学术主任,新州中学数学协会主席

教龄

37 年

资历

新南威尔士大学科学学士(纯数学和计算机科学双专业)

悉尼大学教育博士

1991年起任教于新南威尔士大学

1997年起任教于悉尼文法学校(澳洲排名第一的私立学校)

2005年起担任悉尼文法学校学术主任

教学成绩

澳洲4本高中数学教科书(剑桥出版社)总编

37年来,上万名学生考入悉尼大学和墨尔本大学,上百名进入哈佛耶鲁等常青藤名校及牛津剑桥等英国顶级大学

前悉尼文法学校数学学科带头人,学术主任



                                                    巴克学院(澳洲前五的私立学校)英文学科带头人,悉尼大学英文教育博士

教龄

35 年

资历

悉尼大学英文教育博士

前巴克学院(悉尼前五私立学校)英文学科带头人

前巴克学院领导力小组主任

教学成绩

·2012,2013和2014年均有学生获得新州英语前十名

· 2012年的学生,Bo Seo,被美国哈佛大学政治科学系录取

·TEACHING EXPERIENCE

·35 Years

·QUALIFICATIONS

·Ph.D at the University of Sydney;
BA (Hons);
Grad. Dip. Counselling;
Grad. Cert. Special Ed.



Harvard University

Government,Public/Social Policy

Bo Seo graduated, summa cum laude, from Harvard University in 2017. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a junior, his studies focused on political theory and literature. He has held positions with the Australian Human Rights Commission, with a former Australian Prime Minister and a former Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. He won both the World Universities and the World Schools Debating Championships and is currently National Coach for Australia. He was editor-in-chief of a literary anthology by the Korean diaspora and has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He hopes to pursue a career in Australian politics. Bo is 23 years old and from Australia.


Meriden students accepted into Ivy 

League Universities





Meriden students have been accepted into Harvard University and Columbia University, New York City. Yet another will take up a sporting scholarship at Grand Valley State University, Michigan.

Rising water polo star, Daniela Zapata Rincon, earned a place at Harvard University where she will join the highly competitive world of collegiate sport, the next step in her athletic career. Daniela leaves Meriden as Captain of the victorious S01 IGSSA Water Polo Team. In 2019, Daniela was a member of the New South Wales Institute of Sport Talent Squad and a gold medallist at the 2019 Interstate Championships with the NSW Blues Under 18s Team. Her UNSW Killer Whales National League Team finished third in the Australian Water Polo League.

Born in Colombia, Daniela’s life experience has shaped her career aspirations.

“At Harvard, I will undertake general classes in my first year and then I hope to tailor my studies to focus on a degree in molecular and cellular biology,” Daniela said.

“I would like to work in research in genetics, cancer biology or immunology in order to benefit the health of people in Colombia and other developing countries.”

Daniela enters Harvard’s water polo team under Coach Ted Minnis, the most successful water polo coach in the history of the university.

“I’m excited to play under Coach Minnis. His knowledge of the game will take my water polo to the next level and I’m looking forward to combining my Australian water polo knowledge with what I learn about the American game to create my own style.”

“Meriden really helped me balance my academic life and sporting endeavours and I’m looking forward to doing the same at Harvard as a student-athlete,” Daniela said.

Xinyu Rain Wei has been admitted to Columbia University, New York City, where she will major in Applied Mathematics at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. This Ivy League University’s acceptance rate is seven per cent and Rain’s admission recognises her exceptional talent and commitment to her studies; in 2018, while in Year 11, Rain completed HSC Mathematics and Mathematics Extension 1, achieving full marks in the former and 98% in the latter.

This year, Rain came fourth in New South Wales in English EAL/D and achieved the highest possible ATAR of 99.95.

Rain’s ambition is to work in research and hopes to use her mathematical skills for the benefit of society.

“Applied Mathematics is a skill that’s needed in all areas of research but I’m particularly interested in psychology and the statistical analysis required in that area of research. If I have the skills to process this data, I can go out and serve society,” she said.

Rain was also offered a place at the Imperial College London which she has declined but she is planning to undertake a masters degree as well as a doctorate, so she has plenty of time to choose her next tertiary institution.

“I’m looking forward to living and studying in New York City! It’s the most vibrant city in the world and I know I will have the perfect combination of options to visit museums and Broadway shows and then go back to the quiet of Columbia’s campus to study. It’s a fantastic opportunity,” Rain said.

Tennis ace Olivia Huang has been awarded a scholarship at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Olivia joins the university’s renowned tennis team as she works towards her undergraduate degree.

Olivia’s current tennis ranking is one hundred and seventy third in Australia, twenty-first in her born-2001 age group and seventh in New South Wales in her age group. While the American university year begins in mid-August, Olivia has been invited to start her studies in January in order to lend her impressive skills to Grand Valley’s tennis team as soon as possible.

Olivia plans to major in exercise science and possibly nutrition and is considering transitioning to professional tennis via the American college system.

“I would like to combine my tennis with a career that allows me to help people and nutrition is something I really care about,” Olivia said.

“I’m really excited about joining my school’s tennis team and I’m looking forward to meeting people and challenging myself in every area of my new life.”