Minnesota State High School Mathematics League

Over thirty years of challenging Minnesota math students. Sponsored by Augsburg College


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Minnesota State High School Math League State Tournament Results

Alpha Class

1st Place Team: Wayzata High School

2nd Place Team: Edina High School

3rd Place Team: Eden Prairie High School

4th Place Team (tie): Mounds View High School, John Marshall High School

Beta Class

1st Place Team: Eastview High School

2nd Place Team: Academy of Holy Angels

3rd Place Team (tie) Delano High School, Southwest High School

Gamma Class

1st Place Team: Bemidji High School

2nd Place Team: Henry Sibley High School

Quantum Leap Award

(for most improvement between regular season scores & tournament scores)

The Blake School

What We Do

The League exists to identify students who have unusual mathematical ability, to give them recognition and encouragement, to bring them together with similarly gifted students, and to give them the opportunity to study topics not commonly taught in the high school curriculum.

League activities are focused on students with unusual mathematical ability, but they are inextricably related to other concerns in mathematics education.  We have always believed that a program for gifted students is shortsighted if it is not developed in a way that strengthens mathematics education for all students.

How We Work

Member schools belong to a division of five to ten schools that often are aligned with their athletic conference competitors.  Each school competes with a team of up to eight students and an unlimited number of individual participants.  The schools in each division come together for five meets each season. The season runs from early November to early February.

The top scoring team, and in some circumstances the top two teams, and the top scoring students in each division are invited to the State Tournament which is held on the second Monday in March at South St Paul High School.

Currently there are 172 schools in the League in 25 divisions.  Over 3,000 students participate.

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