Mu Alpha Theta is an organization whose purpose is to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and by promoting various mathematical activities.
Click HERE to sign up for Math Tutoring on Wednesday afternoons
Click HERE to sign up to Tutor on Wednesday afternoons
Be Active: Math team
(see below) or Tutoring (Study Buddy
or Wednesday afternoons 3-4 in RM 116)
President: Edgar Lozano
Vice President: May Huang
Secretary: Morgan Cramer
Treasurer: Clay Ferguson
Math Team Captain: Brinton Eldridge
Sponsors: Angelyn Pigg, Kyle Prince, and Laurie Smithson
Mu Alpha Theta meets B club time in RM 116
Math Team meets D club time in RM 116
Past IML contests look in the right column
August 18th Fall Kickoff @ RM 116; 7:20-7:45
Sept. 28 Fall Start up; @ Central from 3:20-4:00pm (30 minute contest)
Nov. 2 IML @ JP2; leave school @2:15 - return to school @8:00
Nov 3-4 State Mu Alpha Theta Convention @ Oakridge High School
Dec. 7 IML @ Franklin High School; leave school @2:15 - return to school @8:00
Spring 2017 contests
Feb. 1 IML @ MBA; leave school @2:15 - return to school @8:00
Mar. 1 IML @ Brentwood High School; leave school @2:15 - return to school @8:00
April 10 TMTA @MTSU; leave school @8:30 - return to school @2:30 NEED PERMISSION SLIP
Congratulations to Bryson Howell for receiving a $500 scholarship through Mu Alpha Theta!!!
Requirements: FULL MEMBERSHIP: HS student grades 9-12, who have COMPLETED the equivalent of four semesters of mathematics, Algebra 1 and up, and in addition have completed or are enrolled in a still more advanced course, are eligible for full membership providing their mathematical work was done with distinction of 3.0 average on a 4.0 scale.
ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP: HS student grades 9-12, who have COMPLETED two semesters of algebra or their equivalent with distinction and who have enrolled in a third semester of mathematics are eligible for associate membership. Associate members do not pay the fee but will be registered with the national office, if they wish to compete in national contests or conventions.
Yearly fee: $15
Math Team Polo: $15