The North Carolina State Mathematics Contest was initiated in 1979 and consists of a network of mathematics contests offered in three divisions (Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, and Comprehensive), culminating in state-level final competition.
Various universities and community colleges offer local qualifying contests, advancing top students to state-level competition.
State finals are held concurrently at three sites in the Level 1, 2 and 3 divisions; finals for the comprehensive division are held at the NC School of Science & Math.
We also organize, select, and train NC's ARML teams. ARML is "American Regions Math League," and is the only national, on-site mathematics competition in the U.S.
Go to the Math Contest web site for more information on all the contest possibilities or contact one of the co-chairs: Philip Rash (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jim Beuerle (email@example.com).
Know someone who worked with students to prepare them for the contests and did a great job? Nominate them for the NCCTM Coach's Award! [more info]