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2017 State Meet

29 school teams, 135 mathletes, a brain-busting countdown round and more.  Photos from the 2017 State competition tell the story and they’ll be posted soon. Until then, see the results of the state meet on this page. You can click here to see the Chapter results and click here for team photos.

The State Meet is March 10-11.

Math, friends, food, fun and more! The photo booth will be back, the volunteer engineers are will challenge students skills with a ‘real world’ problem, and there’s more!  See you
March 10-11 at the Crowne Plaza West in Plymouth, MN.

In The News

The Pine Journal , the Bemidji Pioneer and the Hutchinson Leader have all featured articles on chapter MATHCOUNTS competitions and mathletes who are advancing to the state meet.

2017 State Competition Results

David Zhang, Sartell Middle School, who placed second in 2016, was the top ranked individual in the Minnesota MATHCOUNTS 2017 State Meet. Kevin Yang, Wayzata Central Middle School, ranked second; Jack Hlavka, St. Paul Academy and Summit School, ranked third and Alexis Li, Valley View Middle School (Edina), rounded out the top four.  READ MORE >

2017 MATHCOUNTS National Video Challenge

The National MATHCOUNTS Video Challenge is underway! Open to students in 6-8 grades, the challenge gives students a chance to use video to illustrate a math concept. There’s still time to enter – entries aren’t due until mid-March!  Get the details and see last year’s winning video here.

 

Become a Volunteer

MATHCOUNTS offers many volunteer opportunities for those who have an interest in math and enjoy working with young people. Listen to Cameron Klos, a long-time volunteer, share why he contributes his time and energy to our program. Be a coach. Help a coach: MATHCOUNTS coaches oversee team practice sessions and coordinate the school’s involvement in local and state competitions … READ MORE >

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