Logo Contest

The Celebrate Mathematics Committee sponsors a Math Logo Contest each year. The winning logo will be the mathematics logo for the NCCTM for the upcoming school year. This logo will be used on a poster to promote interest in mathematics and as the basic design for the NCCTM’s annual t-shirt.

Congratulations to the 2020 Logo Contest winner: Minseo Choi; 5th Grade Student at McAlpine Elementary; Teacher: Sarah Koch

This logo will be featured on the Tee-Shirts available at the 2022 Fall State Math Conference.

The Next Logo Contest will be held in
Spring 2023.

Deadline: Postmarked by March 17, 2023.

Entry Submission: 8 ½ x 11’’ white paper in black ink or black marker only with the label below taped to the back of the entry.

Send your entries to:  

Heather Thomas
4650 South Holden Rd
Greensboro, NC 27406

NCCTM will prepare the final art of the winning entry for printing. Though the illustration is an important part of the logo, entries are judged on idea or concept conveyed. Use of copyrighted work (clipart, cartoon characters, etc.) will automatically disqualify the entry. The words of the slogan should not be on top of or touch the design.

Questions: Contact Heather Thomas at hcthomas2008@gmail.com.

logo contest form

2021 and 2022: The Logo Contest was on hiatus.

2019 State Winner: Avnielle Krause, Western Region, 6th Grade

2019 Logo winner

 

2018 State Winner: Amelia Miller, Eastern Region, 8th Grade


2017 State Winner: Kiersten Heels, Eastern Region 9-12 Winner


2016 State Winner: Elise Herring, Eastern Region 9-12 Winner


2015 State Winner: Emma Kate Clark, Eastern Region 9-12 Winner

2015 logo image


Previous Math Logos

Click on the image to download a PDF poster of the logo.



2007 Logo Poster


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