High School Mathematics Competition at the University of Idaho
Get ready for the 3rd Annual High School Mathematics Competition at the University of Idaho!
When? Monday, March 18, 2024
Where? University of Idaho campus in Moscow, Idaho
Schedule? Check-in will begin at 8:00 am and the awards ceremony will end by 4:00 pm.
Cost? There is no cost to register a team. This is a free competition!
What is the competition? Teams of two to four students will compete against other teams within their selected division. Teams can be composed of students from different schools. All high school students are invited to participate. Schools are allowed up to two teams - one from each division. If you are interested in entering more than two teams, let us know and we will contact you if space remains when the initial registration window closes.
Interested? If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please fill out this online form.
Our 2023 competition was a great success and we look forward to seeing you again next year!
Prizes include cash awards and scholarships for top teams!
Division I: Using high school curriculum up to 10th grade, including Algebra I and Geometry.
Division II: Using the entire high school curriculum, including Algebra II, Trigonometry, and Calculus.
Questions? For more information or to ask questions, please email us at email@example.com.
We will provide free food throughout the day for all participants and teachers. Everyone is welcome to grab food (breakfast, lunch, snacks) elsewhere (in the ISUB or in town), but with the tight schedule we will provide food to help ease some stress!
Parking passes are required on the University of Idaho campus. Up to five visitor parking passes will be provided for each registered team, free of charge. The number of passes needed can be indicated on the online team registration form.
Additional parking passes can be purchased from Parking and Transportation Services. Cost for Visitor Permits is $3 per day.
There are several lodging options within Moscow. Teams who plan to spend the night are responsible for their own lodging accommodations.
Here are a few options near campus:
Practice problems for Division I and Division II
These problems were used for AMC (American Mathematics Competition) in the past. In addition to the included practice problems, we also encourage interested participants to visit the listed websites to prepare for the math competition.
Additional preparation for Division I can be found here: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php/AMC_10_Problems_and_Solutions
Additional preparation for Division II can be found here: https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php/AMC_12_Problems_and_Solutions
2023 High School Mathematics Competition
For the 2023 competition there were 28 teams (13 in Division I and 15 in Division II), composed of 104 students.
First Place - Pullman High School, Team 17
Second Place - Moscow High School, Team 4
Third Place - Lewiston High School, Team 25
Best Small Rural School- Sandpoint High School, Team 27
First Place - Pullman High School, Team 18
Second Place - Pullman High School, Team 19
Third Place - Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy, Team 20
Best Small Rural School - Prairie Junior/Senior High School, Team 24
2022 High School Mathematics Competition
For the 2022 competition there were 26 teams (13 in each division), composed of 100 students.
First Place - Pullman High School, Team 29
Second Place - Coeur d'Alene High School, Team 9
Third Place - Coeur d'Alene High School, Team 7
First Place - Coeur d'Alene High School, Team 12
Second Place - Coeur d'Alene High School, Team 10
Third Place - Moscow High School, Team 24