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2018 – 2019 Competition Dates

Here are the preliminary competition dates for 2018-2019!

[Competition, Date, Type, Level, Location]

NEML HS 1 (Oct 15, 2018, Individual, All, On campus)
WPI (Oct 16, 2018, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – WPI)
Yale Girls (Nov 3, 2018, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – Yale)
HMMT November (Nov 10, 2018, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – Harvard)
AMC 8 (Nov 13, 2018, Individual, MS, On campus)
NEML HS 2 (Nov 14, 2018, Individual, All, On campus)
PUMaC (Nov 17, 2018, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – Princeton)
NEML HS 3 (Dec 11, 2018, Individual, All, On campus)
NEML HS 4 (Jan 14, 2019, Individual, All, On campus)
NEML HS 5 (Feb 11, 2019, Individual, All, On campus)
AMC 10/12 B (Feb 13, 2019, Individual, HS – All, On campus – Qualifier)
HMMT February (Feb 16, 2019, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – MIT)
NEML: 7th Grade (Feb 19, 2019, Individual, MS, On campus)
NEML: 8th Grade (Feb 19, 2019, Individual, MS, On campus)
AIME I (Mar 13, 2019, Individual, HS – Select, On campus – Qualifier)
NEML HS 6 (Mar 25, 2019, Individual, All, On campus)
AIME II (Mar 21, 2019, Individual, HS – Select, On campus)
NEML: Algebra 1 (Apr 15, 2019, Individual, MS, On campus)
USAMO Day 1 (Apr 17, 2019, Individual, HS – Select, On campus)
USAMO Day 2 (Apr 18, 2019, Individual, HS – Select, On campus)
Yale (April, Individual & Team, HS – Select, Travel – Yale)
Exeter Math Club Comp (January, Individual & Team, MS, Travel – Exeter)
Wilbraham and Monson (March, Individual & Team, MS, Travel – WPI)
Deerfield Math Comp (May, Individual & Team, MS, Travel – Deerfield)

Steven Wang (’20) has qualified for the Mathematical Olympiad Program!

In a Williston FIRST, Sophomore Phenom Steven Wang has qualified for the Mathematical Olympiad Program, a month-long intensive math program at CMU for the top high school math students in the US! Steven qualified for the program by way of his strong score on the USA Math Olympiad.

The 6-member team that represents the United States in the International Mathematical Olympiad is chosen from the students at the MOP.

Go Steven!

NEML3 2018 Results

The next round of the New England Math League will take place on Thursday, 1/11 from 2:35 to 3:45pm in Schoolhouse 25. The competition lasts 30 minutes and you can begin any time before 3:15pm. Calculator are allowed! Anyone at any level of math is encouraged to participate! Competition content goes through Algebra 2!

After a strong showing on a very challenging 3rd round of the New England Math League, we are holding quite well at 20th out of 150 schools!

Of particular note is that sophomore Steven Wang is currently tied for 3rd out of over 1,100 individual league competitors!

Try your hard at the questions right here!

Team results after 3 rounds!

 

AMC8 Results 2017

Results for the AMC8 math competition were released this morning! You can check out the competition problems (along with solutions) our 32 middle school participants worked on right here.

Here are our winners!

1st Place = Sofia Michalski
2nd Place = Mason Mish
3rd Place (Tie) = Adam Shatz, Louisa Coughlin, Michael Toth

A big congratulations to these Williston all stars!

The math team has been busy!

There have been lots of math team events over the last several weeks!

As well as one coming up! The next round of the New England Math League (NEML) will take place on Thursday, 12/14 from 2:35 to 3:45 in Schoolhouse 25. The competition lasts 30 minutes, calculators are allowed, and everyone must begin by 3:15pm. Anyone at any level of math is encouraged to participate! (The highest level content on this competition is Algebra 2.)

After the first two round of the NEML, we are in 30th place out of 125 teams! Here are our current top scorers:

First Name

Last Name

Score

Steven

Wang

12

Ethan

Huang

8

Panut (T)

Sawatyanon

7

Jack

Long

6

Jun Hong

Park

6

Toyo

Sato

6

On Tuesday, 11/14, 30 middle school students sat for the AMC8 math competition! We’ll get our results in about a month!

On Saturday, 11/11, the team finished 64th out of 110 — our best ever! — at the ultra-competitive Harvard-MIT Math Tournament!

On Tuesday, 10/17, the team finished 7th out of 90 in our first time attending the WPI math competition!

Go Wildcats!