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Middle & High School Mathematics Competitions

Rose‑Hulman hosts opportunities for middle and high school students to test their knowledge of mathematics, including MATHCOUNTS and the Annual Rose‑Hulman High School Contest.

Rose-Hulman High School Mathematics Contest

Test your skills at the annual Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Contest on the second Saturday in November.

Each school may enter four students from each of grade, as well as an unlimited number of alternates. Team awards will be presented on the basis of the performance of the preselected team members, and alternates will be eligible for individual awards.

About the contest:

The contest consists of 20 multiple choice questions. Five points are awarded for a correct answer, and a one point penalty is assessed for an incorrect answer. Individual awards will be given for the top 12 scores in each year. There also will be three class awards for each grade level. Lastly, awards will be given to the top scoring male and female freshman and sophomores.


The MATHCOUNTS program is a year-long program for middle school students. Rose-Hulman hosts the regional competitions and has previously hosted the state competition.

American Regional Mathematics Contest

The American Regional Mathematics League (ARML) holds an annual competition in June, at three different sites, in which various regional teams compete. The Rose-Hulman contact is John Rickert.

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