UKMT Senior Challenge: Nov. 7, 2019 (https://www.ukmt.org.uk/) A traditional 25-question math competition that challenges all aspects of mathematical problem solving from Geometry to Probability. Accessible only for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students, this 1 ½ competition gives students an opportunity to qualify for the British Mathematical Olympiad as well as practice for other competitions later on in the year.
UKMT Intermediate Challenge: Feb. 6, 2020 A version of the UKMT Senior Challenge accessible for 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students. Similarly, this competition is also 25 questions and acts as a great transition to the Senior Challenge as well as more challenging competitions. High scoring students can also qualify for the Intermediate Mathematical Olympiad, a 6-question 2 hour contest where students write intricate solutions on blank pieces of paper.
Log 1 Test: (Nov. 1 ~ Dec. 13), (Dec. 1 ~ Jan. 17), and (Jan. 13 ~ Feb. 21) (http://log1.wamath.net/) The Log 1 Test is only accessible for members of Pisaders, the high school math honors club as well as Mu Alpha Theta Members. There are three separate tests throughout the years where students can choose between three challenging levels and two unique topics. Students must become members of Pisaders before they can compete in this 40 minute competition.
AMC 10/12: Jan.31 and Feb. 6, 2020 (https://www.maa.org/math-competitions/amc-1012) Arguably the most renowned mathematical competition in the world, the AMC is known for being very challenging and rigorous. Both the AMC 10 and 12 are 25-questions and 70 minutes long and students are able to take two separate AMC’s in February. High scoring students can also qualify for more exclusive competitions such as the AIME. The AMC takes place out of school and requires external registration by students.
Wisconsin Mathematical Talent Search: (Oct. 1 ~ Nov. 1), (Nov. 4 ~ Dec. 4), (Dec. 4 ~ Jan. 6), (Jan. 1 ~ Feb. 6), (Feb. 6 ~ Mar.6) (https://www.math.wisc.edu/talent/) The Wisconsin Mathematical Talent Search has been going on for over 50 years where can scan and upload their own solutions online. The competition occurs in 5 separate stages throughout the year where students can find the current problem set on the Talent Search Website and solve them anytime in the given time-frame.
HiMCM: Nov. 6 ~ Nov. 19, 2019 (https://www.comap.com/highschool/contests/himcm/index.html) Very different from other traditional competitions competitions offered in the past, the HiMCM Contest mixes creativity and mathematics to challenge students to come up with unique open-ended solutions to problems. Students team up in groups of 4 to work together to design creative open-ended answers to a single multi-part question.
Harvard Global Health and Leadership Conference 2020 (https://harvardvision.github.io//GHLCApply) Founded in 2017 by Harvard alumnus Paul Lewis, the Global Health and Leadership Conference at Harvard promotes student engagement with global health topics by bringing together Harvard faculty, students and guest to educate and mentor high school students. The conference encourages students to tackle issues in their local community by conducting evidence-based, cost-effective interventions that are impactful, sustainable, and reproducible initiatives. The conference hopes to help students make a difference and grow as civically minded leaders for the future.