2019-2020 MathLeague Contest Schedule
For 11th Graders

All eleventh graders are invited and strongly encouraged to complete in MathLeague’s prestigious math contests. MathLeague High School math contests cover math typically taught through 12th grade. The contest involves a Power Question, which is a multi-part, proof-oriented question, a Team Test, which is a 10-question, twenty-minute test, a Sprint Round involving 30 questions over one hour, a Target Round with eight questions, addressed two at-a-time in 10 minute tests, and Relays which involve squads of up to three students. The monthly high school contests lead to a state high school championship, then a national high school championship.

Registration includes the contest, practice resource materials, and invite to attend our free live online practice sessions each week.

Each regular monthly contest is $20 in advance or $30 at the door. You may register for the entire regular season of six contests for $100 and save $20. The state and national championships are by invitation and registration and payment is similar and directly with MathLeague.

High School Contest
High School
Date
Register for
High School
Contest
Entire Season (Six monthly rounds) October 19, November 16, December 7, January 25, February 22, and April 4. Register for High School Only ($100)
October Round (12001) October 19 Register for High School Only ($20)
November Round (12002) November 16 Register for High School Only ($20)
December Round (12003) December 7 Register for High School Only ($20)
January Round (12004) January 25 Register for High School Only ($20)
February Round (12005) February 22 Register for High School Only ($20)
March Round (12006) April 4 Register for High School Only ($20)
MathLeague Nevada State High School Math Championship
Reno, Nevada (Anticipated location)
April or May Qualifiers from
monthly MathLeague
High School Contests*
MathLeague National and World High School Math Championship May or June Qualifiers from
MathLeague’s State
High School Championships*

* The High School State and National Math Championships are by invitation to all students that finish among the top in any of the monthly contests, then, for the national championship, the state championship.