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Every year, The Math League sponsors several programs where we invite contest participants. Each is an exciting and rewarding experience for the attendees. We have lectures and events with mathematicians and teachers, social events, and math tournaments where the attendees can compete both singularly and in teams on unique and new contests created especially for these events. These events are well received and provide attendees a chance to see new locations and interact with students from around the world. Each camp event is different in many aspects - locations, content, speakers, and events - and curated especially for that year's students.

Click on this link to go to the page with links to all past competitions.

Here is a link to all speakers who have appeared at a MathLeague Camp event:

Speaker Name Topic Affiliation
Michael Thaddeus Catalan Numbers Columbia University
Doron Zeilberger RSA and the power of Modular Arithematic

Boolean Algebra

Rutgers University
Jana Gevertz Oncology and Computers

Mathematical Oncology

The College of New Jersey
Steven Miller Springboards to Mathematics: From Zombies to Zeckendorf

From Egg Dropping to Research: Mathematics *IS* all it's cracked up to be!

Extending Pythagoras

Williams College
Lucia Mocz Projective SET Princeton University
Neil Sloane On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) OEIS Foundation; Rutgers University
Paul Ellis Sona Sand Drawings

Knot Theory

Manhattanville College and Westchester Area Math Circle
Dick Gibbs Parity

Math Magic with Cards

Fort Lewis College
Glen Whitney Rigid Space Graphs

Loopy Polyhedra

Museum of Mathematics
Mark Saul AMC Contests

Shades of Gray

Mathematical Association of America

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Nathan Fox Combinatorical Games Rutgers University
Dave Marain Number Theory

Can You Count to One-Half: A Math Journey …

Ramapo Regional High School, Franklin Lakes, NJ
Swastick Kopparty Infinity

Graph Theory

Error Correction Codes

Rutgers University
Shubhangi Saraf Gems in Discrete Mathematics

Fun Problems and Puzzles to Tickle Your Brain

The Stable Marriage Problem

Rutgers University
Steffen Marcus Cryptographic Algorithms

Modular Arithmetic and Private Key  Encryption

The College of New Jersey
Evan O'Dorney AIME Mediations Princeton Univeristy
June Huh Counting Faces of Polytopes Princeton University
Marcus Neal "The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same" Hammond School
Columbia, SC 29209
Kieran O Reilly Graph Theory City University of New York
Yonah Biers-Ariel Pirate Puzzles Rutgers University
Nick Rauh Divisor Game Museum of Mathematics

The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #4 February 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter February 2018 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
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Illinois Mathematics League
Indiana Mathematics League
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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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Ohio Mathematics League
Oklahoma Mathematics League
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Texas State Mathematics League
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Washington Mathematics League
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International Participating Leagues

International Mathematics League

The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #3 January 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter January 2018 is also available on the Newsletter page!

The online results for the #2 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School December 2017, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

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

The online results for the #1 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School November 2017, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

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

Each Summer, Math League sponsors an International Tournament for students in grade 4 through 9. This past summer, 250 students from China, South Korea, Canada, and the United States joined together for 18 days of math lectures and math contest rounds. Below is a list of the educators from China who helped prepare the contest questions:

Mr. Tao Xiaoyong
Mr. Zhu Huawei
Mr. Shan Zun
Mr. Xiong Bin
Mr. Hu Datong
Mr. Chen Ping
Mr. Zhang Yupeng
Ms. Lan Qing
Mr. Li Chengyuan
Mr. Gong Dingwei
Mr. Chen Kai
Mr. Shen Jingran
Mr. Wang Xueqi
Mr. Zhang Xin
Mr. Yuan Gefen
Mr. Zhao Xiaofeng 
Mr. Cheng Junfeng
Mr. Guo Xin
Mr. Ban Chang
Mr. Cui Weiwen
Mr. Yan Jing
Ms. Liu Ruoyi
Mr. Li Luou
Mr. Qiao Yu

Math League International Summer Tournament - Middle School

Math League is holding its 2017 Math League International Middle School Summer Tournament from July 25th through July 28th. During that time, students engage in mathematics competitions, listen to lectures from mathematicians from renowned universities, socialize and attend other recreational events.  The China contingent is led by Dr. Rui Hu who organized preliminary contests in China before selecting the highest scorers and inviting them to attend this program. Our summer program is divided into two sessions: The first session is for Chinese students who had completed 5th through 9th grade. 

2017 Math League International Tournament (Middle School) Schedule

Click Here for the final 2017 International Contest Middle School Individual and Team Score Results

Math League International Summer Tournament

Math League is holding its 2017 Math League International Elementary Summer Tournament from July 15th through July 19th. During that time, students engage in mathematics competitions, listen to lectures from mathematicians from renowned universities, socialize and attend other recreational events.  The China contingent is led by Dr. Rui Hu who organized preliminary contests in China before selecting the highest scorers and inviting them to attend this program. Our summer program is divided into two sessions: The first session is for Chinese students who had completed 3rd through 6th grade. Our second session is for North American and Chinese students who had completed 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade.

 

2017 Math League International Tournament (Elementary School) Schedule

Click Here for the final 2017 International Contest Individual and Team Score Results

 

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. 

You can find them on the page for OFFICIAL Contest Results Grades 4,5,and Algebra or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

You can find the Newsletter by clicking on the link above, or clicking on this link.

We will be holding our summer program for students in grades 4 and 5 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township from July 15th through July 19th. The program will consist of several rounds of a math tournament and lectures from mathematicians. Any student currently in grade 4 or grade 5 who received a score of 26 or higher on any of the annual contests for grades 4 and 5 is eligible to apply to our summer program. In addition, any student in grade 4 or grade 5 who received a score of 26 or higher on any of our annual contests for grades 6, 7, and 8 is eligible to apply. We will also 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..

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