# List of United States middle school mathematics competitions

## Contents

## National middle school mathematics competitions

- AMC 8 hosted by the American Mathematics Competitions is a very large middle school math contest taken in-school. (website)
- American Scholastic Mathematics Association (ASMA)
- Archimedean Challenge #1
- Beestar National Competition: The largest online math contest for students in grades 2-8.
- Continental Mathematics League (website)
- Game-a-thon challenges students to design and build math games in this national contest.
- MATHCOUNTS is perhaps the largest and well-known middle school math contest. (website)
- Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS) is a very large elementary and middle school math competition. (website)
- The Math Bee hosted by the North South Foundation
- Math League has different names in different states and regions.
- Noetic Learning Math Contest: a popular problem-solving contest for students in grades 2-8.
- Online Math League (OML)
- Perennial Math
- mathleague.org -- elementary, middle, high school. (website)
- National Trimathlon is a math competition for kids in grades 3 through 6.
- RSM Foundation International Math Contest is a two-round Olympiad-style contest for students in grades 3-8 (website)
- SIGMA is a 5 round 8 question 30 minute competition for 5th-9th graders with different tests for each grade.

## State middle school mathematics competitions

- Alabama mathematics competitions
- Alaska mathematics competitions
- Arizona mathematics competitions
- Arkansas mathematics competitions
- California mathematics competitions
- Colorado mathematics competitions
- Connecticut mathematics competitions
- Delaware mathematics competitions
- Florida mathematics competitions
- Georgia mathematics competitions
- Hawaii mathematics competitions
- Idaho mathematics competitions
- Illinois mathematics competitions
- Indiana mathematics competitions
- Iowa mathematics competitions
- Kansas mathematics competitions
- Kentucky mathematics competitions
- Louisiana mathematics competitions
- Maine mathematics competitions
- Maryland mathematics competitions
- Massachusetts mathematics competitions
- Michigan mathematics competitions
- Minnesota mathematics competitions
- Mississippi mathematics competitions
- Missouri mathematics competitions
- Montana mathematics competitions
- Nebraska mathematics competitions
- Nevada mathematics competitions
- New Hampshire mathematics competitions
- New Jersey mathematics competitions
- New Mexico mathematics competitions
- New York mathematics competitions
- North Carolina mathematics competitions
- North Dakota mathematics competitions
- Ohio mathematics competitions
- Oklahoma mathematics competitions
- Oregon mathematics competitions
- Pennsylvania mathematics competitions
- Rhode Island mathematics competitions
- South Carolina mathematics competitions
- South Dakota mathematics competitions
- Tennessee mathematics competitions
- Texas mathematics competitions
- Utah mathematics competitions
- Vermont mathematics competitions
- Virginia mathematics competitions
- Washington mathematics competitions
- West Virginia mathematics competitions
- Wisconsin mathematics competitions
- Wyoming mathematics competitions

## Resources for middle school mathematics competition students

### Books

- Art of Problem Solving Books -- Introductory subject texts and Art of Problem Solving Volume 1 are usually recommended for middle school math team students.
- Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS) publishes two problem solving books.
- MathCounts produces new material annually, some of which is available here.

### Distance Classes

- Art of Problem Solving Classes -- Introductory classes are usually recommended.
- Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) hosts online classes in mathematics and other subjects.

### Online

- Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) is a vast resource for avid students of mathematics. Free resources at AoPS include articles, middle school math forums, blogs, Math Jams, the AoPSWiki, and much more.
- The Math Forum at Drexel University is a very large math site with a lot of great content.