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Ala-La-Miss Mathematics League

Ala-La-Miss Participating States: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi

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Math League Press

Math League Press Participating States: Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming

Michigan Mathematics League
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New England Mathematics League

New England Participating States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

New Jersey Mathematics League
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International Participating Leagues

International Mathematics League

We will be holding our summer program for students in grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township from July 25th through July 30th. Last summer, approximately 120 students from China, Canada, and the United States attended our program. Students in 4th and 5th grade will be invited to participate in a separate international program at The College of New Jersey from July 15 through July 19th. Any student in grades 6, 7, or 8 who received a score of 31 or higher on any of these contests is eligible to apply to our summer program. In addition, any student in grade 9 or below who has a cumulative total of 30 or higher on our 6 high school contests or a score of 28 or higher on our annual algebra 1 contest is eligible to apply. In addition, we will consider applications from students who did not participate in our contests but have demonstrated outstanding mathematics achievement. Last summer, we had speakers from Princeton University, Columbia University, Williams College, and other schools. A complete list of speakers at last summer's program may be found at http://www.mathleague.com/index.php/38-news/251-2016-intl-math-league-summer-tournament. For further information about these programs, please send emails to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The OFFICIAL online results for the Grade School 6-7-8 Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly. We are still making changes and updates to some contests as results come in, as well as correcting errors, so remember these are Unofficial results. 

You can find them on the page for OFFICIAL Contest Results Grades 6, 7, & 8 2016-2017, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

 

The online results for the #5 High School Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results HS #5 March 2017 , or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter March 2017 is also available on the Newsletter page!

Ala-La-Miss Mathematics League

Ala-La-Miss Participating States: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi

California Mathematics League
Canadian National Mathematics League
Colorado Mathematics League
Florida Mathematics League
Georgia Mathematics League
Illinois Mathematics League
Indiana Mathematics League
Maryland Mathematics League
Math League Press

Math League Press Participating States: Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming

Michigan Mathematics League
Minnesota Mathematics League
Missouri Mathematics League
New England Mathematics League

New England Participating States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

New Jersey Mathematics League
New York Mathematics League
Ohio Mathematics League
Oklahoma Mathematics League
Pennsylvania Mathematics League
Texas State Mathematics League
Virginia Mathematics League
Washington Mathematics League
Wisconsin Mathematics League

International Participating Leagues

International Mathematics League

We will be holding our summer program  for students in grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township from July 25th through July 30th. Last summer, approximately 120 students from China, Canada, and the United States attended our program. Students in 4th and 5th grade will be invited to participate in a separate international program at The College of New Jersey from July 15 through July 19th. We will be announcing cutoffs for applying to these programs based on student scores on our contests. Last summer, we had speakers from Princeton University, Columbia University, Williams College, and other schools. A complete list of speakers at last summer's program may be found at http://www.mathleague.com/index.php/38-news/251-2016-intl-math-league-summer-tournament. For further information about these programs, please send emails to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The online results for the #4 High School Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results HS #4 February 2017 , or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter February 2017 is also available on the Newsletter page!

2016 Math League International Summer Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Math League held its 2016 Math League International Summer Tournament (Elementary School and Middle School) from July 18th through August 4th. During those three weeks, students engaged in mathematics competitions, listened to lectures from mathematicians from renowned universities, and visited Princeton University, Independence Hall, and Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Nearly 200 students from China, Canada, and the United States participated in our summer program. The China contingent was led by Math League China Committee who organized preliminary contests in China before selecting the highest scorers and inviting them to attend this program. 

 

2016 Math League International Tournament (Elementary School)


Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Xuan Jiang, Davis Zong Jr.
Silver Medals: Yuhang Wu, Charles Hua
Bronze Medals: Qinghan Wang, Christopher Zhou, Qiyue Xu


Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medal: John Gupta-She
Silver Medals: Xingrun Wang, Tianyang Huang
Bronze Medals: Zhengyu Jin, Qiming Lin, Xuan Chen, Yuchun Zhao


Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Yueyang Ma, Weicheng Sun, Kexin Kang, Polaris Hayes, Qiyue Xu, Xuan Jiang, Ruizhe Su, Christopher Zhou, Junjie Hao, Xixi Chu


Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medals: Xuan Chen, Haoyun Luo, Yuqian Tang, Boni Sun, Haitong Lian, Yichuan Li, Jingxin Yuan, Amier Jin, Zhexuan Feng, Le Zhang

 

Here is the award ceremony!

 

Below is the list of speakers (part) who addressed our students this summer:

 

Our program has grown from a small group of 36 students in 2012 to our large group of 190+ students this summer. We expect to expand our program in 2017. A full listing of award winners for 2016 from our second session (Middle School) may be found at http://www.mathleague.com/downloads/mlsummercontest2016/Summer2016Contest.pdf.

 

We have already begun the process of enrolling students in our preliminary contests for the 2016-17 academic year. In North America, students may participate in our annual contests for grades 4 through 12 at their local schools. High scoring students on our annual contests in North America will be invited to our Sixth Annual International Summer Tournament. For information about our preliminary contests in China, please visit http://www.mathleague.cn.

This page holds all the links to the 5th annual contest and its information, so continue reading to get the details on the event!

Click Here for the final 2016 International Contest Individual and Team Score Results

 

The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results HS #3 January 2017 , or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter January 2017 is also available on the Newsletter page!

Award Winners:

Gold Medals: Jiajun Lin, Yuan Qiu

Silver Medals: Zhiwen Yang, Haoming Guo, Yuyang Sun, Romanova Anastassiya

Bronze Medals: Wenxiao Li, Wenqi Li, Yaoyuan Zhang, Peiyu Ding, Zihong Lin, Haozhan Jiang, Sheng Yang, Zhi Xin Li

Achievement Awards: Xinyi Ge, Jinyang Zhao, Wu Xiong, Varun Bupna, Azimazhanova Danagu, Zhengfan Zhang, Tianqin Cai, Runjie Yi, Shenda Huang, Jingwen Wang, Shuyan Xu, Zhumakhan Arman

Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Xuan Jiang, Davis Zong Jr.
Silver Medals: Yuhang Wu, Charles Hua
Bronze Medals: Qinghan Wang, Christopher Zhou, Qiyue Xu

Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medal: John Gupta-She
Silver Medals: Xingrun Wang, Tianyang Huang
Bronze Medals: Zhengyu Jin, Qiming Lin, Xuan Chen, Yuchun Zhao

Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Yueyang Ma, Weicheng Sun, Kexin Kang, Polaris Hayes, Qiyue Xu, Xuan Jiang, Ruizhe Su, Christopher Zhou, Junjie Hao, Xixi Chu

Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medals: Xuan Chen, Haoyun Luo, Yuqian Tang, Boni Sun, Haitong Lian, Yichuan Li, Jingxin Yuan, Amier Jin, Zhexuan Feng, Le Zhang

 

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