- Published on 25 February 2015
The Fourth Annual Stanford-Math League Tournament will be held from through August 16, 2015 at Stanford University!
We are now accepting applications from any 6th, 7th, or 8th grader who scored 33 points or higher on our annual contests for those grade levels. We will also accept applications from students in grades 6 through 8 who score 29 points or higher on our annual algebra contest or who have a cumulative total of 31 points or higher on our High School Contests after six contests. The fee for this tournament will be approximately $1800 per participant.
Click the link above to see photos, videos, and the results from the tournaments.
- Published on 13 February 2015
The solutions sheet for the 2014-2015 Seventh Grade Contest contains the wrong solution and the wrong answer for question #26.
If you are the school contact for this contest, please discard the solutions sheet that you received in your contest package. We are sending a corrected solutions sheet to you by email.
You will receive this email by .
- Published on 30 January 2015
The online results for the #4 High School Contest for 2014-2015 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.
You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School February 2015, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.
- Published on 14 January 2015
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January 14, 2015
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EdX and Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Announce
Middle School Scholarship Challenge
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and edX today announced a scholarship challenge for advanced middle school students. Every eligible seventh grade student who successfully completes one of the five selected edX courses will secure a semi-finalist position in the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program.
The Young Scholars Program, a selective pre-college scholarship for high-performing middle school students with financial need, includes individualized academic advising, financial support, and a pathway to the foundation’s $40,000 per year College Scholarship.
The selected edX courses, which are designed for advanced high school and college-level students, are as follows:
- UT AustinX Jazz Appreciation (Starts Jan 20, 10 weeks)
- UC BerkeleyX Frankenstein (Starts Feb 2, 4 weeks)
- HarveyMuddX Programming in Scratch (Starts Feb 2, 6 weeks)
- DartmouthX Introduction to Environmental Science (Starts Feb 3, 6 weeks)
- HarvardX Super-Earths and Life (Starts Feb 10, 6 weeks)
“Through this unique partnership, we hope to identify academically gifted students to apply to the Young Scholars Program who we may be missing through traditional outreach,” said Harold Levy, executive director of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and former chancellor of New York City public schools. “The courses are rigorous, so seventh graders earning a certificate are likely the kind of students who would thrive in the foundation’s scholarship programs.”
“We are proud to partner with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to identify and support enthusiastic and motivated young scholars who may otherwise not have an opportunity to further their education,” said Anant Agarwal, edX CEO. “Our edX mission to provide quality education to everyone aligns with the Young Scholars Program, and we are honored to reach these students online where they are learning today.”
All of the selected edX courses offer free honor code certificates. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program receives 1,000-2,000 applications each year from some of the brightest students in the US. Typically, 500 applicants are advanced as semi-finalists.
Registration for the edX courses is open and selected courses begin as soon as January 20, 2015. Applications to the Young Scholars Program must be submitted by April 14, 2015. Details about the partnership and scholarship challenge can be found at www.jkcf.org/edx.
EdX is a nonprofit, open-source enterprise offering online courses from more than 60 member institutions, composed of both leading global universities and colleges and a diverse group of prominent organizations from around the world. Founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, edX is focused on transforming online and on-campus learning through groundbreaking methodologies, game-like experiences and cutting-edge research on an open-source platform. Based in Cambridge, MA, USA, edX is focused on people, not profit.
About the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is dedicated to advancing the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. Because the Foundation believes that high-performing, low-income students will excel educationally when given the resources to develop their talents, the Foundation offers them support from middle school to graduate school by providing the largest scholarships in the country, in-depth academic counseling, and other direct services. The Foundation also provides grants to prominent organizations that support high performing, low-income students with innovative programming. Founded in 2000 by the estate of Jack Kent Cooke, the Foundation has awarded over $125 million in scholarships to 1,800 students and $79 million in grants. www.jkcf.org
- Published on 24 December 2014
The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2014-2015 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.
You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School January 2015, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.
- Published on 06 December 2014
It's the end of the year, and if you are looking for a fun holiday gift celebrating a student's involvement in the Math League, why not check out a Math League T-Shirt?
Our Online Store has a wide variety of Math League merchandise. Why not add a little Math to the holidays?
- Published on 28 November 2014
The online results for the #2 High School Contest for 2014-2015 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.
You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School December 2014, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.
- Published on 04 November 2014
August 2, 2015 - State University of New York at Stony Brook
Sunday. August 2, 2015, The Math League will hold its Second Annual Sino-American International Mathematics Competition at SUNY-Stony Brook. Students from North America and China will compete for individual honors. The event will begin in the morning with the competition held from 9 AM to 12 Noon. The competition will consist of 10 Individual questions and a 60-question, 45-minute speed round. This will be followed by lunch at the University, an awards ceremony, and a tour of the campus.
- Published on 30 October 2014
The online results for the#1 High School Contest for 2014-2015 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.
You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School November 2014, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.
- Published on 14 August 2014
Stanford University and The Math League, from August 12th to August 17th, hosted their 3rd Annual Joint Math Competition. Students from all over the world joined us here in California to explore the Stanford University Campus, attend fascinating events and lectures, socialize with other students from around the world and competed to solve Math Questions in teams, relays, and individually.
This page holds all the links to the 3rd annual contest and its information, so continue reading to get the details on the event!