Get involved with MATHCOUNTS

Photo from last year's MATHCOUNTS competition.Nearly 40,000 middle school “Mathletes” across the country are sharpening their mathematical skills for a chance to compete in the 2008 MATHCOUNTS competition.

Participants in MATHCOUNTS compete with their classmates for the right to participate in local and state competitions where they can win prizes, scholarships and bragging rights. Statewide winners can advance to the national competition to be held in Denver in May.

Some of the participants in last year’s MATHCOUNTS national competition.This is the 25th anniversary of MATHCOUNTS, a program designed to help kids of all abilities develop math skills, self-confidence and teamwork to prepare them for a successful career. It is also a lot of fun.

It’s not too late to get involved in MATHCOUNTS. Just talk to your teacher or check out the MATHCOUNTS website at for more information.


  1. I’m in there! Look at the to the direct right of the sign. I’m the short one in the dark blue. It was so much fun in texas for the competition. I wish I could go back there some day.

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