Contests

State High School Contest

We hope to be back and resume holding yearly contests!

Do you work with high school students? Do your students need extra challenge and recognition?  We invite them to join in the State High School Contest.  This contest generates scholarships for top seniors, as well as recognition for the ten highest-scoring students in each level.  Topics for the contest includes Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Analysis, and Calculus.   A fee of $2.00 per student applies. Ed Anderson has more information for you about this great contest.


Test Date February 10, 2022

The 2021 State Math Contest was cancelled. The 2022 State Math Contest was a FREE for schools but provided no scholarships or plaques for outstanding performance. Sites were provided with certificates for teachers to issue to their contest students. Participating schools and coordinators are listed below.

School  Coordinator
Agua Fria High School David Wirth
Amphitheater High School Marc Zelov
AZ Preparatory Academy Joycelyn Craft
Canyon del Oro High School Christopher Yetman
Centennial High School Michael Gahan
Chandler High School Brittany Lira
Desert Vista High School Steve Felling
Hamilton High School Rabia Bithi
Highland Prep Anita Kaddoura
Mountain Pointe High School Jeff Unruh
Mountain View Mesa Randy Vogl
Perry High School Tom Rothery
Sahuarita High School Melissa McRae
Saint Gregory School John Willy
Seton Catholic Cecilia Sanders
Tempe Preparatory Academy Rachel Wallington
University High School Leita Schuneman
Westwood High School Maureen Magnusson
Xavier High School Stella Ollarsaba

 


Below are tests from previous years:

The registration information and form link:     State Contest Information

Registration form:   Registration form

State Algebra Contest

AATM invites your Algebra I students to compete in the State Algebra Contest. Each year, schools (for only a $20.00 participation fee) encourage their students enrolled in first-year algebra to participate in this math challenge. Schools receive a master copy of the contest questions (50 multiple choice and 10 short answer questions).
In May, the school copies the questions, scores student work and submits results to the state coordinator.  Amy Rushall is our state  Algebra Contest Coordinator and would be happy to give your more information or answer any questions you may have.  Click on Amy’s name for a link to her email.  Online information and registration found at http://amyrushall.wixsite.com/algebra