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== National high school mathematics competitions ==
 
== National high school mathematics competitions ==
  
* [[American Mathematics Competitions]] (AMC) are the largest set of national high school competitions in the United States.  These exams include the [[AMC 10]], [[AMC 12]], [[AIME]], and [[USAMO]] and lead up to the selection of the U.S. team for the [[International Mathematical Olympiad]]
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* [[American Mathematics Competitions]] (AMC) are the largest series of national high school competitions in the United States.  These exams lead up to the selection of the U.S. team for the [[International Mathematical Olympiad]]. ([http://www.maa.org/math-competitions website])
* [[American Regions Math League]] (ARML)
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**[[AMC 10]]
* [[United States of America Mathematics Talent Search]]
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**[[AMC 12]]
* [[Mandelbrot Competitions]]
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**[[AIME]]
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**[[USAJMO]]
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**[[USAMO]]
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* [[American Regions Math League]] (ARML) ([http://www.arml2.com/arml_2017/page/index.php?page_type=public&page=home website])
 
* [[American High School Internet Mathematics Competition]] (AHSIMC)
 
* [[American High School Internet Mathematics Competition]] (AHSIMC)
 
* [[American Scholastic Mathematics Association]] (ASMA)
 
* [[American Scholastic Mathematics Association]] (ASMA)
* [[Kumon Math Challenge]]
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* [http://euclidlab.org/programs/archmidean-challenge/ Archimedean Challenge #1]
* [[Math League]] -- Contests with different names in different states and regions.
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* AoCMM Math Modeling Competition ([http://aocmm.org/ website])
* [[Mu Alpha Theta]]
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* [[Continental Mathematics League]] (CML)
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* [http://homeschoolmathcontests.com Homeschool Math Contests] has a chart of math contests open to individuals (homeschooled and otherwise), and also an up-to-date state-by-state list of regional meets.
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* [http://integirls.org inteGIRLS]
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*[[International Trigonometry Challenge]]
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* [[Mandelbrot Competition]]
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* [[Math League]] organizes contests with different names in different states and regions ([mathleague.com website])
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* Math Madness ([https://www.aretelabs.com/math_madness/about website]) ([http://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c122241 AoPS Forum]) 100% Online league and bracket tournament held in the fall (Mini-Madness held in spring)
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* [https://www.mathcon.org MathCON] hosts annual math competition for students in grades 4-12, with more than 200,000 participants since 2008.
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* [http://m3challenge.siam.org Moody's Mega Math Challenge]
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* [https://www.mtfchallenge.org/ Modeling the Future Challenge]
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* [[Mu Alpha Theta]] -- hosts both local and a national competition.
 
* [[National Assessment & Testing]]
 
* [[National Assessment & Testing]]
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* [http://internetolympiad.org/ National Internet Math Olympiad]
 
* [[National Online Math League]] (NOML) -- Formerly the Cody Bowl
 
* [[National Online Math League]] (NOML) -- Formerly the Cody Bowl
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* [[Online MathChamps Contest]]
 
* [[Online Math League]] (OML)
 
* [[Online Math League]] (OML)
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* [http://purplecomet.org/ Purple Comet! Math Meet]
 
* [[Rocket City Math League]] (RCML)
 
* [[Rocket City Math League]] (RCML)
* [[UAB Math-by-Mail]]  
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* [https://simiode.org/scudem SIMIODE SCUDEM] -- SIMIODE's (Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities using Differential Equations) "Student Competition Using Differential Equations Modeling" (SCUDEM)
 
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* [[UAB Math-by-Mail]]
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* [[United States of America Mathematics Talent Search]] [[http://www.usamts.org/ Website]] -- an excellent competition for students learning to solve proof-oriented problems.
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* [http://www.perennialmath.com Perennial Math]
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* [http://www.ams.org/programs/students/wwtbam/qualify Who Wants to Be a Mathematician] -- a competition sponsored by the American Mathematical Society.
  
 
== State high school mathematics competitions ==
 
== State high school mathematics competitions ==
 
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High school competitions are far too numerous to list.  Click on your state and nearby states to find math contests in which you can participate.
 
* [[Alabama mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Alabama mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Alaska mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Alaska mathematics competitions]]
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* [[New Hampshire mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Hampshire mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Jersey mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Jersey mathematics competitions]]
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* [[New Mexico mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New York mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New York mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[North Carolina mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[North Carolina mathematics competitions]]
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* [[Wisconsin mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wisconsin mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wyoming mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wyoming mathematics competitions]]
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== See also ==
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* [[List of mathematics competitions]] (Includes elementary, middle school, high school, and college competitions.)
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* [[Mathematics competitions]]
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* [[Mathematics competition resources]]
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* [[Math contest books]]
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* [[Math books]]
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* [[Mathematics scholarships]]
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* [[Mathematical problem solving]]
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* [[Academic competitions]]
  
  
== See also ==
 
  
* See [[Mathematics scholarships]].
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[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]
* See [[Mathematical Olympiads]].
 
* See [[Mathematical Problem Solving]].
 

Revision as of 17:55, 1 September 2020

National high school mathematics competitions

State high school mathematics competitions

High school competitions are far too numerous to list. Click on your state and nearby states to find math contests in which you can participate.

See also

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