Moody’s Mega Math (M³) Challenge has become the online math modeling competition known for inspiring high school juniors and seniors to pursue STEM majors and careers, awarding over one million dollars in scholarships to date! The contest is free and open to U.S. students everywhere, and is endorsed by the NASSP since 2010. Scholarships totaling $150,000 toward the pursuit of higher education will be awarded to the top teams this year.
Who Wants to Be a Mathematician is a game in which high school students compete for cash and prizes by answering multiple choice mathematics questions. The cash prize in each game is donated by the AMS. There are two versions of Who Wants to Be a Mathematician. Both involve high school students answering multiple choice math questions for cash and prizes.
The MATHCOUNTS Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides engaging math programs to U.S. middle school students of all ability levels in order to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem solving. Middle school students exist at a critical juncture in which their love for mathematics must be nurtured, or their fear of mathematics must be overcome. MATHCOUNTS provides students with the kinds of experiences that foster growth and transcend fear to lay a foundation for future success.
The Rocket City Math League is a year-long, student-run, international, four-round math competition for middle and high school students. Tests are sent to registered schools via email before each round, and scores are entered on an online database. Trophies are mailed to the top ranked students and schools at the end of the year. There are five levels of three rounds of individual testing that range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, and two levels of an Inter-School Test.