SALT LAKE CITY — Skyline High School math students finished in 12th place in the 2012 Collaborative Problem-Solving Contest, a national math contest administered by National Assessment & Testing.

The CPSC presents schools with 15 unique, intricate problems to be solved over the course of a week.

Under the guidance of coach Adella Croft, students Caleb Stanford, Michael Zhao, Daniel Pimentel, Jonathan Chang, Nick Ridge, Ryan Lam, Shravan Parthasarathy, Wyatt Mackey and Rajdeep Trilokekar worked together using brainstorming, collaboration, research and technology to solve the problems.

In addition to their overall recognition, Skyline was commended for having the highest score on four of the 15 problems.