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!
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:
On Tuesday, 11/14, 30 middle school students sat for the AMC8 math competition! We’ll get our results in about a month!
We broke into groups to work on four tasks: A 10/4 assembly announcement, populating the hallway bulletin board, Middle School outreach, and designing a new team shirt. Group leaders were chosen.
Everyone was reminded to check their email for updates.
Our first competition dates have been set!
The six New England Math League competitions are open to anyone at any level of math. No sign up or registration necessary. Just bring yourself, a pencil, and a calculator! All competitions take place in Schoolhouse 25. The competitions last 30 mins and must be started sometime in the first half hour of each listed time slot:
I am excited to announce that Steven Wang has qualified to participate in the USA Mathematical Olympiad! Steven competed in two highly competitive and prestigious competitions run by the Mathematical Association of America to end up in the top 500 math students in the nation!
Steven will sit for the 6-question, 8-hour competition on April 19th and 20th!