Lehigh Valley American Regions Math League team

INFORMATION ABOUT THE LEHIGH VALLEY ARML TEAM

(Written December 14, 2023):

The Lehigh Contest will be held on Sunday March 3, 2024, from 3:30-5:30 in Chandler-Ullman Hall at Lehigh University. It will be restricted to students who wish to join the Lehigh Valley Math Team, and are eligible to join the team. In particular, students who live in the following counties in New Jersey are not eligible (unless they were on the 2023 Lehigh Valley ARML team): Morris, Somerset, Essex, Union, Mercer, Bergen. Also students whose schools are in the Central Jersey Math League are not eligible. Middle school students may also participate in the contest. We welcome talented middle school students to our team. The contest will be of the same form as the 2022 contest. Results of the contest and solutions will be posted here Sunday evening March 3, and invitations to join the team will be sent by email on Monday. You must fill out and submit (electronically) this registration form by February 27. The registration form contains a waiver form, which must be filled out and sent by email as indicated on the form. This must also be accomplished by February 27. Participation in the contest will be restricted to those who have submitted the registation and waiver forms.

Registration form

High school math contest website

We will have four 15-person teams, and will have practices on many Sunday afternoons 3:30-6 PM beginning March 10, 2024. Our practices will only be open to students who have been invited to be on the team. The ARML contest is usually held the first Saturday after Memorial Day. We travel to Penn State the day before the contest on school buses. There is no fee to join our team. All costs are covered by our sponsors.

Likely practice schedule: March 10, 17, 24. April 14, 21, 28. May 19, 26. Practices are held 3:30-6 in Chandler-Ullman Hall at Lehigh University. If you will be unable to attend a practice, you are expected to notify the coach in advance.

Advice about preparing for ARML, written by Ken Monks.

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