NC Team wins national title at 2012 ARML Meet
(June 2012) Please click here (pdf file) for the press release.
2012 State Math Contest (Comprehensive Division) Winners determined
(April 2012) Check this link (pdf file) to see the top 20 finishers in the 2012 State Contest. Full press release coming soon...
NC Team places 3rd at 2011 ARML Meet
(June 2011) Please click here (pdf file) for the press release. See the following for more articles about NC's ARML success:
- "Students add up wins in math contests" - Raleigh N&O, Jul 12 2011
2011 State Math Contest Winners determined
2010 State Math Contest Winners determined
(April 2010) Check this link (pdf file) to see the top 20 finishers in the 2010 State Contest. Also, this year students who qualified but could not attend in person (as well as students who "nearly" qualified) were invited to take the contest online. Of these students, Constance Zhou earned a score of 96.
Winston-Salem State University Math Contest featured on WFMY
(April 2010) Click here for the video segment which aired on April 11, 2010.
Ralph Willis at WCU recognized on WLOS-TV
(March 2010) Click here for the video segment which aired on March 26, 2010.
John Berman wins Gold Medal at IMO
(June 2009) For more information, click here.
2009 NC ARML team wins!
(May 2009) NC's ARML Team earns first place on-site at UGA & seventh in the nation. Read more in this press release (pdf file).
2009 State Math Contest Winners determined
(April 2009) Check this link (pdf file) to see the top 20 finishers in the 2009 State Contest.
2009 State Math Contest Qualifiers Finalized
(April 2009) Check this link (pdf file) to see the list of 155 students who have qualified for the 2009 State Math Contest!
AG Math Camp
(March 2009) Math Camp is a week-long summer program geared towards students interested in going beyond what is learned in a traditional math classroom. Find more info here.
NC Team Wins at Princeton
(January 2009) The 3rd Annual Princeton University Math Competition (PUMaC) was held on January 31, 2009 at Princeton University. The competition was split into divisions A and B based on experience; more 30 teams competed in each division, for a total of around 500 students participating.