Northern California Championship

mathleague.org is pleased to announce that the third annual Northern California championship meet for high school math students will take place this year on April 11, 2019. Students and teams may qualify to attend the championship meet by scoring at least 50% on any event at one of our local qualifying rounds or through an optional mail-in round available to mathleague.org member schools. Although these contests are designed for high school students, junior high students may compete at both the qualifying meets and the championship meet. You can find out more about the tests offered at these contests by looking over the information in the high school section of our site at http://mathleague.org/hs.php. Information about the mail-in round will be emailed to schools once they have purchased a membership for this school year. In addition to practice materials available for purchase on our website, we also have a set of practice tests available for free download so your students can prepare for our contests and get used to the format.

The mail-in contest can be taken at your school anytime before March 15, and the qualifying meets (consisting of Sprint, Target, Team, and Relay rounds) will be held at the following locations throughout Northern California this school year:

  • 2010-10-09, Stanford University (Bldg 380), 2pm-7pm, Stanford
  • 2010-11-07, Diablo Valley College (MA101), 8am-1pm, Pleasant Hill
  • 2010-12-11, Amador Valley HS, Pleasantonhttp://www.avmathteam.org/nccqm
    (Contact: Kevin Kiyoi, kkiyoi@pleasanton.k12.ca.us)
  • 2011-01-08, Valley Christian High School, San Jose
  • 2011-01-22, Casa Roble HS, Orangevale
  • 2011-02-05, Stanford University (Bldg 380), Stanford
  • 2011-03-06, Concord High School, Concord

Qualified students will be invited to compete at the Northern California championship:

  • 2011-04-16: Amador Valley HS, Pleasanton

Links for registering are at the bottom of this page. More events will be added to this list as they are confirmed. If none of the listed locations are convenient for you, please contact us at mathleague@mathleague.org to discuss how you may host a qualifying meet for your school and the others in your area. Please note that students attaining the 50% cutoff score in any event at any contest are eligible to take all tests at the championship meet.

For most contests, registration fee for each contest will be $10 per student and may be paid online or upon arrival at the contest. Please arrange to have an adult chaperone present if your school has six or more students registered; these adults may be asked to help proctor or grade tests, and may be teachers or parents. You may register your students for these contests by going to http://mathleague.org/register.php. Registration will be accepted up to five days before each contest; after that, late entries will be accepted only if there is space available (email us at mathleague@mathleague.org to check on availability if this applies to you). It is possible for your students to attend multiple qualifying rounds in order to maximize their chances of qualifying for the championship meet. If the contest doesn't appear in the drop-down menu of the registration page, you will need to contact the contest organizer(s) directly for information on how to register and any other details.

Looking toward next year, mathleague.org will be setting the dates for next year's contests in May. We always strive to avoid scheduling conflicts with other contests. Any requests for specific dates, or information about other contests we should coordinate scheduling with, should be emailed by May 1 to mathleague@mathleague.org. If your school is interested in hosting a qualifying round for next year, feel free to contact us anytime for more information.

Click here to register for one of the local qualifying meets. Attending one or more of these meets is one way to qualify students for the championship meet.

Click here to sign your school up as a mathleague.org member. Membership is required for students at your school to compete at the championship meet, and will also give your school the opportunity to take the mail-in contest in your school as an additional opportunity to qualify for the championship meet.

 

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