Minnesota State High School Mathematics League

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

MN All State Math Team

All math competitions for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year have been postponed or cancelled. This list includes the indefinite postponement of the Mathematical Association of America competition series (AMC, AIME, USAMO, and MOP). This list also includes cancellation of the American Regions Math League competition (ARML).

This means that we will not be assembling and All-State Math Team this spring. However:

We will follow the normal procedures to identify and recognize exceptional student performances throughout the league for the season. We are awaiting the full results of the AMC 10/12 competitions for 2020. We will contact students and coaches when we are finished with the selection process. Students who are recognized as members of the 2020 MN All-State Math Team will be eligible to apply for competition opportunities that we organize in the 2020-2021 school year.

Resources available to you to continue your pursuit of additional mathematics:

ARML is making available the entire 2009-2014 contest book, free of charge.
ARML also has the entire 2019 contest available free of charge.

Thank you and we look forward to resuming this program next year.

The Minnesota All State Math Team is comprised of students from around the state who have performed at the top of the MN High School Math League, AMC tests, AIME test, or Mathcounts.

The All State Math Team competes at the American Regions Mathematics League competition every year in June in Iowa. Members of the team also compete in the Princeton University Mathematics Competition in November, the Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition in January, and the Harvard/MIT Math Tournament in February, one of the largest and most prestigious high school math competitions in the world.

2018 ARML Team Results

2016 Minnesota All State Math Team Brings Home First Time Awards from Harvard-MIT Math Tournament

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