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Mu Alpha Theta
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. 
 
 
We meet on C club rotation in room 100!  See you there!
Congrats to our new officers for this year!
2022-2023 Officers

President: Addy Henninger

Vice Presidents:  Angel Hu and Jabeen Zehra

Secretary: Hope Patterson

Treasurer: Grant Gilley

Math Team Captains:  Aya Alwan and Ashlyn Rothe

 
 
 
 

We went to our 2nd MAO State Convention on 3/4-3/5 - The following students placed in each event below:

 

Chalk Talk Math Presentation 

 Kinsley Lane -1st Place (Theta division)

 Izzy Rushton - 1st Place (Mu division)

 

Speed Math

Maftunakhon Saidkhodjayeva - 3rd Place (Theta division)

Angel Hu - 2nd Place (Alpha divison)

 

Individual Test

Angel Hu - 2nd Place (Alpha divison)

Ellie Burton - 3rd Place (Mu division)

 

Ciphering

Angel Hu - 3rd Place (Alpha divison)

 

Elections for MAO State Officers...

Yao Xiao is our next Vice-President!!!

And Finally as a result of our amazing team we scored 2nd place overall in the Convention!! Please congratulate these students when you see them!!

 
2022-2023 Officers

President: Addy Henninger

Vice Presidents:  Angel Hu and Jabeen Zehra

Secretary: Hope Patterson

Treasurer: Grant Gilley

Math Team Captains:  Aya Alwan and Ashlyn Rothe

 
UPCOMING EVENTS
Fall 2022 contests 
AMC 10/12 Nov 10th After School 3:15 - 4:30 (sign up below)
Rocket City Math League - November 2022
Rocket City Math League - 3 part Test in Jan, Feb, and March.
 
Spring 2023 contests
April TMTA TBA
 
Requirements:
 
FULL MEMBERSHIP: High School students, grades 9-12, who have COMPLETED the equivalent of four semesters of mathematics, Integrated 1 and Integrated 2, 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 3.5 average on a 4.0 scale.
 
ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP: HS student grades 9-12, who have COMPLETED two semesters of Integrated 1 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: $12 ($10 dues + $2 state fee)
Senior Cords: $6 (You must meet your point requirements to be able to wear your cords at Graduation).
 
 
SPONSORS
Mrs. Smithson
Ms. Choe
Mrs. Rushton


MEETING PLACE
Room 100
C Rotation 
GRADE LEVELS
HS
Tutoring Available for all students...HS/MS.
 
EVERY WEDNESDAY in room 100...
Mornings 7:15-7:45 and Afternoons 3:15-4:00