Ongoing Competitions

 

CFGL sponsors the International Academic Competitions (IAC), a triad of academic competitions that seek to recognize outstanding achievement in the areas of essay writing, mathematical problem solving, and mastery of English vocabulary.

CFGL Sponsored Competitions

CFGL also sponsors a number of other regional and project-specific competitions globally, often in partnership with reputable local educational organizations and schools. 

For ongoing competitions not listed on the page, please contact our local partners for more information. 

 

2017 CFGL IAC
Essay Contest

The CFGL Essay Contest seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate outstanding essay writing skills. Participants are judged based on their ability to demonstrate mastery of written English language through 25-minute essays that require participants to effectively develop a point of view on a given issue. 

The CFGL Essay Contest consists of six rounds of essay writing contests, and participants may participate in any or all of the six rounds. Winners are selected from each of the six rounds of the essay writing contests, with individual winners recognized at the Divisional, Regional, National, and International Levels.

Qualifications
for any High School participants
- grades 9-12

2017 CFGL IAC
Lexicon Challenge

The CFGL Lexicon Challenge seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate mastery of English vocabulary. The CFGL Lexicon Challenge will require the participants to correctly identify the meaning of 50 challenging words that are randomly chosen from a list of 2,000 words. Participants will have 30-minutes to complete the CFGL Lexicon Challenge.

Qualifications
for any High School participants
- grades 9-12 

2017 CFGL IAC
Math Challenge

The CFGL Math Challenge seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate outstanding mathematical problem solving skills. 

The CFGL Math Challenge consists of six rounds of 70-minute mathematic multiple-choice problem sets that contain mathematics topics from basic arithmetic through Algebra 2. Participants in the CFGL Math Challenge are required to complete in all six problem sets within the Competition Period.

Qualifications
for any High School participants
- grades 9-12 

 

2017 CFGL Problem Solving Challenge
(Asia Regional)

CFGL shares a common vision of raising the next generation of local, national, and global leaders. One of our core beliefs is that Problem Solving will make the difference between children with just potential and children who become impactful adults in their communities, societies, and the world.

Join us in preparing and motivating students for the wildly changing future so that they can become their full confident potential at age 50, not just 20.

Qualifications
Group A - for grades 6th - 8th
Group B - for grades 9th - 11th

Limited to participants from China, Japan, Korea, & Indonesia.