A team of 31 IMSA students won first place in the 32nd Annual Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM) State Math Contest (Div. 4 AA) held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on May 5, 2012.
Students representing 71 high schools (Div. 4 AA) throughout the state competed in the contest which featured 14 events covering topics in Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, PreCalculus and Calculus. IMSA students won first or second place in five events: Freshman/Sophomore 8-person team; Freshman/Sophomore 2-person team; Junior/Senior 2-person team; Junior/Senior Relay; Sophomore Individual - Geometry.
IMSA President Dr. Max McGee commended the students and faculty for their commitment and perseverance in preparing for this highly rigorous competition.
“Competitions such as the ICTM State Math Contest help to reinforce the
IMSA students were coached by mathematics teachers Dr. Steve Condie of Naperville, and Dr. Micah Fogel, Mark Kammrath, Dr. Michael Keyton and Dr. Noah Prince all of Aurora.
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