American Scholastic Mathematics Association
Annual Mathematics Contest for Junior, Intermediate and Senior High Schools

Serving Schools Internationally since 1982

 

*NOTE SPECIAL OFFER AT END OF LETTER*

 

*Please see the list of Associated Schools at the end of this page*

 

Dear Mathematics Department Chairperson:

 

How do your most intuitive mathematics students compare to other math students throughout the country? Do you have a mathematics research class and do you enter the students' work in talent searches? Do the students compete in math leagues against other high schools, junior high or intermediate schools in your city? If you have a math team, or would like to start one, where would your faculty adviser get the many challenging and intriguing mathematics questions needed to sustain interest in such an advanced program?

 

Our mathematics ENRICHMENT service, in the form of a contest, provides your students with an opportunity to COMPETE NATIONALLY with other high ability students across the country.

 

Our panel of creative mathematicians who design each contest are educators in junior, intermediate, high schools and colleges, and are themselves faculty advisers for math research clubs or math teams. This ensures the production of contests and questions that are at once challenging and sensitive to the level of ability of contemporary secondary school students.

 

CONTEST DESIGN

In the Fall school term, each associated school will receive the same package of six sealed sets of questions similar to the samples on page 3. On given dates each month, the packages are opened and the test is administered to your designated group of math students. The adviser then scores each paper according to an enclosed answer sheet and mails the results of the 8 (eight) highest scoring students. The scores are then tabulated and the national results are mailed back within a short time.

 

Each contest examination set consists of seven questions, as per the sample. Please note that this is ONE MORE question than most other contests of this type and is the equivalent to ONE FULL EXTRA EXAMINATION in total number of questions for the contest year.

 

At the end of the sixth examination, the totals for all schools are compared and an AWARDS LISTING is sent to all schools with the appropriate AWARD CERTIFICATE for the school and another Award Certificate for the highest scoring student in each school. Please see page 4 for further information on the rules of the contest and awards presented.

 

The AWARD CERTIFICATE is beautifully designed and is usually framed and displayed prominently in the school. The top five percent of scoring schools will also receive an engraved wall plaque for their schools.

 

We hope that you and your school administration encourage your student mathematicians to enter your school in our annual AMERICAN SCHOLASTIC MATHEMATICS CONTEST. In these days of declining Scholastic Aptitude Test scores, it becomes increasingly important for mathematics students to receive extra-curricular enrichment to help sharpen their mathematics skills. Our philosophy is that this competition is more of an educational and achievement experience than a very difficult contest and the mathematical questions will generally reflect that position.

 

Many schools choose to use the contest material for in-school use only and do not report the contest results, which is also your option.

This past school year mathematics contest involved schools in the United States, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Canada, Cambodia, Denmark, France, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Shanghai, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and Viet Nam.  A partial listing of these schools is available at the end of this letter

 

SUGGESTED DEADLINE FOR ENTRY for the 2013-2014 school year AMERICAN SCHOLASTIC MATHEMATICS CONTEST, is JULY 1. If you cannot meet this deadline, please indicate, on the form below, the approximate date by which the entry fee will be sent.

 

Thank you for your time. You and your faculty are to be commended for your concern for the continuous improvement of the mathematics development of your most gifted students.

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Richard M. Plass, Ed.D.
Chairman, ASMA
email: plassr@netzero.com  or  plassr@asan.com


GENERAL INFORMATION AND RULES

 

The Mathematics Team or class that enters this contest should consist of at least 8 students on any grade level, plus 2 alternates. Any number of students may take each examination, and, although 10 copies of each examination will be provided, the adviser is urged to encourage as many students as possible to take each contest examination. Additional copies of the contest may be made on the same day prior to administration as needed. Only the top 8 scoring students should be reported to the Association and they need not be the same 8 students each time.

 

The entire team is to begin the contest at exactly the same time and have exactly thirty-five (35) minutes to do the contest examination. The adviser should provide periodic warnings and make sure that no tabular material is present. Calculators may be used but not shared by students. Any programmable calculators must be clear before use. After the test, the adviser must score the answers according to the answer sheet in the contest packet, fill out the reporting postal card and mail it within five (5) school days with postage on the card.

 

The contest should be held on the same day indicated on each examination. In case of a school emergency or closing, the adviser may choose an alternate day as soon as possible. The adviser is still responsible for mailing the results within five (5) school days of the contest date. Later arrivals will most likely not be listed in the newsletter until the following month.

 

Any appeal must be sent with the contest results and must be explained in detail, with the student's name and equivalent answer. Appeals will be answered individually, and will be granted only if the equivalent answer is acceptable to the author or a major misinterpretation of the question was possible. The judgment of the author is final.

 

Unique, insightful, and interesting alternate solutions to the problems are welcome. The Association will publish the name of the student along with the school with the solution in the returning newsletter.

 

It is up to the integrity and responsibility of the individual adviser to ensure that a fair contest is held, score sheets are graded correctly, and that the reporting is done on time to the ASMA.

 

Awards and AWARD CERTIFICATES will be based on the FINAL TOTAL SCORES of all the associated schools and will be announced in the FINAL AWARDS NEWSLETTER. The student with the highest cumulative score for each school will also receive an individual HIGHEST-SCORING STUDENT AWARD CERTIFICATE. The adviser must indicate the cumulative totals on the scorecards in order to qualify a student for a top scoring student award certificate.

 

THE TOP FIVE PERCENT SCORING SCHOOLS WILL ALSO RECEIVE AN ENGRAVED WALL PLAQUE FOR THEIR SCHOOLS.

 

An email reiterating the rules above will be sent to all schools in September as a reminder and as a forewarning that the contest packages are about to be mailed. 

 

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

 

            2014-2015 school year dates

 

CONTEST DATES: (All dates are THURSDAYS)  Advisers may change the dates with permission of the ASMA.

 

 

Fax 1-718-747-0099
E-mail to plassr@netzero.com or plassr@asan.com
Visit our American Scholastic Association Network web site at http://www.asan.com/asa


**PAST CONTESTS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR/INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DIVISIONS**

 

We are making available, on a limited basis and only to schools that are entering the 2014-2015 contest, a complete set of 2006-2013 contests and solutions for the high school OR Jr/Intermediate division. Each booklet will contain 48 contests from the past 8 years. The complete set will cost $45 per booklet and will be sent to all ordering schools in the Fall term with the 2014-2015 contests.

 


PLEASE COPY, PRINT OUT, FILL OUT AND MAIL

 

SUGGESTED ENTRY FORM DEADLINE - July 1, 2014

 

Check one or both.

____ HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION (grades 9 to 12)   $80 US Funds
____ JUNIOR/INTER DIVISION (grades 7 to 9)  $80 US Funds


         ____ BOTH SCHOOL DIVISIONS  $160 US Funds

PLEASE PRINT OR
TYPE:

 

SCHOOL NAME:________________________________

STREET ADDRESS________________________________

CITY_______________________STATE (Province/Country) __________ ZIP (Postal Code) __________

ADVISER/CONTACT PERSON__________________________________

 

HOME OR SUMMER ADDRESS __________________________________

CITY_________________________STATE (Province/Country) __________ ZIP (Postal Code) _________

Contact e-mail address______________________ @___________________________

 

ENTRY FEE (for each Division): _______ $80.00 US Funds enclosed. OR Check will be sent by _______(date)
                                             
(Non-North American schools please add $15 US for each division for International Postage)

We also accept MoneyGrams, Western Union, International Money Orders and Wire Transfers.  Please email us for details.

 

Please also send 2006-2013 HS Division contests. _______$45 US enclosed**.
Please also send 2006-2013 Jr./Inter Division contests._______$45 US enclosed**

 

International shipping for Senior Division _____ $15 US

International shipping for Junior Division _____ $15 US

 

Total Fee above enclosed $__________     or     Entry fee will be sent by  (date) _____________

Please note:  **The past contests cannot be ordered unless the school also orders the 2014-15 contest for that Division.

                           *Purchase orders must be paid by Oct. 1, 2014 or contests cannot be shipped.*

 

Send entry fee to:
ASMA
PO Box 564400
College Point, New York, USA 11356-4400

Fax 1-718-747-0099, or by e-mail to plassr@netzero.com or plassr@asan.com
 
 


Highest Student Scores for Current School Year
(Top scores will be available after 3rd contest)

2013-2014
AMERICAN SCHOLASTIC MATHEMATICS ASSOCIATION

 

Senior Division

 

ACS Cobham International School, Cobham, Surrey, United Kingdom, William Dalrymple

Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa, Mombasa, Kenya, Tom Abuto & Brian Wanjala

Alvirne High School, Hudson, NH, Jane Toohey & Cara Sevigny

American Embassy School, New Delhi, India, David Park

American International School in Vienna, A-1190 Vienna, Austria, Kevin Frederick

American International School-Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Stuart Stephenson

Bainbridge High School, Bainbridge Island, WA, Joe Lanza

Bayside High School, Palm Bay, FL, Michael Young

Beaverton Sr. High School, Beaverton, OR, Rebecca Leigh Mapsone

Beijing No. 55 High School, Beijing, China, Ning Yan

Bergen County Academy, Hackensack, NJ, Jeffrey Wojcik

Bishop Lynch High School, Dallas, TX, Jeff Morrow

Bosque School, Albuquerque, NM, TJ Middleton

British International School, Puxi, Shanghai, Shanghai, China, Martin Brown

Brookfield Central High School, Brookfield, WI, Elyce E. Moschella

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, Burnt Hills, NY, Carolyn Litynksi

Butler High School, Butler, NJ, Adam King

C.E. Byrd High School, Shreveport, LA, Suzanne Moyers

Central Memorial High School, Calgary, Alberta, CANADA, Gerald W. Krabbe & Michel N. Mau

Chamblee Charter High School, Chamblee, GA, Zarrin Hagan

Charles E. Shea High School, Pawtucket, RI, Sherrie-Lynne Belanger

Chatham High School, Chatham, NJ, Doug Chambers

Clarkstown South High School, West Nyack, NY, Dr. Mary Ann Gavioli

Coral Academy of Science, Henderson, NV, Hikmet Erdogan

Corning High School, Corning, IA, Deborah Roberts

Costa Mesa High School, Costa Mesa, CA, Kiran Kumar

Covenant Christian Academy, Harrisburg, PA, Kristen Miller

Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Cynthia Lisuk & Shelley Chinn

Dalat International School, Penang, Malaysia, Terresa Uzzle

Danube International School Vienna, Vienna, Austria , Dr. Erik Neuhold

Dayton Christian High School, Miamisburg, OH, Cynthia Folkerts

De Smet Jesuit High School, Creve Coeur-St. Louis, MO, Daniel Likos

Deerfield Beach High School, Deerfield Beach, Rob Snow

Denbigh Baptist Christian School, Newport News, VA, Jim Cass

Des Moines Central Academy, Des Moines, IA, Lana Lyddon-Hatten

Detroit Country Day School, Beverly Hills, MI, Ross Arseneau

Doctor Owens-Gilroy Early College Academy, Gilroy, CA, Elaine Carne

Doral Academy High School, Doral, FL, A. Sam Koski

Downers Grove South High School, Downers Grove, IL, Paul Stevenson

Dr. E.P. Scarlett High School, Calgary, Alberta CANADA, Spring O'Brien & Jon Pencoff

Durango High School, Las Vegas, NV, Tom Bartling

Eastern Christian High School, North Haledon, NJ, Deborah Andrews

El Camino Real High School, Woodland Hills, CA, John Dalsass

Elizabeth High School Upper Academy, Elizabeth, NJ, Grace Kumar

Episcopal School of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL, Caron Edwards & Michael Brozowski

Etowah High School, Woodstock, GA, Dr. Kathleen Velueta

Evanston Twp. High School, Evanston, IL, Whitney Rutherford

Eyüboglu Science High School, Istanbul, Turkey, Rüya Doðan

Fen Bilimleri Anatolian High School, Istanbul, Turkey, Özgür Özdemir & Belgin Arusoğlu

First Baptist Christian School, Slidell, LA, Alyson Batten

Florence High School, Florence, AL, Robin Horne & Ann Marie Thomas

Francis Lewis High School, Flushing, NY, Deanna Abramowitz

Francis T. Maloney High School, Meriden, CT, Erin Lyons-Barton & Mike Torda

Freeport High School, Freeport, NY, Joe D'Agostino

Garden International School Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, West Malaysia, Pooma Sathi

Glenwood High School, Glenwood, IA, Craig Trager

Great Neck North High School, Great Neck, NY, Linda Litvack

Great Neck South High School, Great Neck, NY, Thomas Weisswange

Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV, Carla Stricklin

Greenhill School, Addison, TX, Dr. Barbara Currier

Grissom High School, Huntsville, AL, Cindy Rodgers & Kevin Gray

Haddon Township High School, Westmont, NJ, Sylvia Smith & Pam Gess

Hamilton High School, Chandler, AZ, Joel Daniels & Justin Zhu

Hanford High School, Richland, WA, Beth Bell

Harker School, San Jose, CA, Vandana Kadam

Hauppauge High School, Hauppauge, NY, Allyson Beardslee

Helix Charter High School, La Mesa, CA, Jeff Babbitt

Hellgate High School, Missoula, MT, Lisa Ratcliffe & Ross Gustafson

Henderson High School, West Chester, PA, Joan Hohwald

Highland High School, Gilbert, AZ, Catherine Petrie Muha & Jessica Pieters

Highland School, Warrenton, VA, Mimi Corcoran

Holy Trinity High School, Hicksville, NY, Colleen Morris-Gill

Homewood-Flossmoor High School, Flossmoor, IL, Steve Tobin

Honey Creek Middle School - Sr. Division, Terre Haute, IN, Bob Fischer

Hoover High School, Hoover, AL, Paul Kustos & Martin Rushano

Houston Christian High School, Houston, TX, Joseph Mellor

Huntingdon Area High School, Huntingdon, PA, Sylvia L. Kurtz

Huntsville High School, Huntsville, AL, Chase Evans & Megan Riggins

Immaculata High School, Somerville, NJ, Elaine Petsu

International Christian School, Uijongbu, Uijongbu, South Korea, Karl Nielsen

International Programs School-Al Khobar, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, Farah Khan & Juan Lopez

Iowa City West High School, Iowa City, IA, Karen Meyer & Julie Many

Irvington High School, Fremont, CA, Beth Rothfuss

Keota High School, Keota, IA, Deidra Baker

King City High School, King City, CA, James Schierer

Korea International School, Gyeonggi, South Korea, Vivian Robert

Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IL, Ken Magarie & Jeff Bateman

Lakota West High School, West Chester, OH, Jennifer Siemers

Lassiter High School, Marietta, GA, Don Slater

Leland High School, San Jose, CA, Julie Montgomery

Lincoln East High School, Lincoln, NE, John Matzke

Lincoln North Star High School, Lincoln, NE, Stefan Elser

Lincoln Southwest High School, Lincoln, NE, Jeff DeVries

Lincoln-Way Central High School, New Lenox, IL, Lisa Parker

Lincoln-Way East High School, Frankfort, IL, Jim Aiu

Linden-McKinley STEM High School, Columbus, OH, Jeremy R. Stuhlfauth

Long Beach Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, CA, Pam Amici

Longwood High School, Middle Island, NY, Jayson Kiang

Louisville High School, Woodland Hills, CA, Diana Bennett

Lourdes Academy High School, Oshkosh, Wi, Don Dineen

Loyola-Blakefield High School, Towson, MD, Greg Koffel

Marist High School, Eugene, OR, Doug Schaaf

Martin County High School, Stuart, FL, Jamie Herd-Tesson

McNally Comprehensive High School, Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA, Neil Peterson, Enchantra Gramlich & Carol Derejko

Mechanicsburg Area High School, Mechanicsburg, PA, Katharine Kennedy

Miami Springs Sr. High School, Miami Springs, FL, Adam Pelea

Miami Sunset High School, Miami, FL, Luisa Alverez & Miranda Hernandez

Middlesex Co. Vocational Technical High School-East Brunswick Campus, East Brunswick, NJ, Sarah Mason

Middlesex County Academy, Edison, NJ, Sofia Vaksman

Montverde Academy, Montverde, FL, Arnaldo Carlo-Melendez

Murdoch Mackay Collegiate School, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA, Anders Johansson

Naperville North High School, Naperville, IL, Noreen Olisar & Liz Moore

New International School of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand, Joe McMillan

New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL, Cassandre Ricot

Newtonbrook Secondary School, North York, Ontario CANADA, Beth Bonin

Northbridge International School Cambodia, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA, Nenita Simbahan

Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, NJ, Julie Kopchik

Omaha Central High School, Omaha, NE, Greg Sand & Brent Larson

Osaka International School, Osaka, Japan, Kevin Bertman

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Est., CA, Vararat Chaiyont-Kan

Paramus High School, Paramus, NJ, Scott Helsel

Park Vista Community High School, Lake Worth, FL, Nellie Titcomb

Parkland High School, Allentown, PA, Terri Plattner

Passaic Valley Reg. High School, Little Falls, NJ, Sheryl Brown

Pinetree Secondary School, Coquitlam, Brit. Col., CANADA, George Lin

Piscataway High School, Piscataway, NJ, Diane Moskal

Plano West Sr. High School, Plano, TX, Belinda Pruitt

Porter-Gaud School, Charleston, SC, Jeannie Turner

Prince Avenue Christian School, Bogart, GA, David Douglas

QSI International School of Bratislava , Bratislava, Slovakia, Thomas Priestley

Rangely High School, Rangely, CO, Carol Morton

Ribét Academy, Los Angeles, CA, Gohar Movsisian

Riverside School of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, Camilla Entwistle

Robert College of Istanbul, Istanbul TURKEY, Sandra Corbacioglu

Rowland Hall High School , Salt Lake City , UT , Steve Mond

Ruben S. Ayala High School, Chino Hills, CA, Joy Rouchon

Saigon South International School,  Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, Anh Nguyen

Santa Clara High School, Oxnard, CA, Stana Capron

Saratoga High School, Saratoga, CA,  P. J. Yim

Sayre School, Lexington, KY, Donna DeMoss

Sebring High School, Sebring, FL, Carolyn Campbell

Seminole Ridge Community High School, Loxahatchee, FL, Martha Schanel

Shanghai American School, Pudong, Pudong, Shanghai, China, Kay Saich

Shanghai American School, Puxi, Shanghai, China, Rosemary Yuen

Shenendehowa High School East, Clifton Park, NY, Jodi Werner & Carrie Yecies

Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok, Thailand, Robert Stephen Groves & Deborah Almeida

Smithfield High School, Esmond, RI, Jennifer Albuquerque

South Island School, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, CHINA, Vincent So & Enrica Chan

St. Francis De Sales High School     , Toledo, OH, Christopher S. Steingas

St. Francis High School, Calgary, Alberta CANADA, Roger Chen

St. Ignatius High School, Cleveland, OH, Jon Barker

St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary, Abbotsford, Brit. Col., CANADA, Christine Tsou

St. Joseph Academy, St. Louis, MO, Katie Morrow

St. Joseph Central High School, St. Joseph, MO, Becky Callaway

St. Joseph High School, Metuchen, NJ, Linda Muratore

St. Joseph Higher Secondary School (Dhaka), Dhaka, Bangladesh, Anthony Prince Costa & Brother Robi Purification, CSC

St. Mary Springs High School, Fond Du Lac, WI, Juliet Erickson

St. Mary's Episcopal School, Memphis, TN, Michele Loden

St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Danny Hoang

St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati, OH, Joyce Vogt & George Beluan

Sycamore High School, Cincinnati, OH, Katrina Smith & Susan Odell

Takoma Park Middle School-Sr. Div., Silver Spring, MD, Sarah H. Manchester

Tanglin Trust School, Singapore, Giles Jacobson & Cassie Bell

Tenafly High School, Tenafly, NJ, Margaret Wissler

Terra Linda High School, San Rafael, CA, Stella Clark

TEVITOL High School, Gebze/Kocaeli, Turkey, David Helliwell

The Alice Smith School, Secondary Campus, Selangor Malaysia , Deirdre Whittington

The Bear Creek School, Redmond, WA, Steven Prokopchuk

The TASIS School in Dorado, Dorado, Puerto Rico, Brenda Cassé

The Universal American School of Kuwait, Hawally, Kuwait, Harish Sharma

The Walker School, Marietta, GA, Jean Bayer

Thunderbird High School, Phoenix, AZ, Becky Reece

Transition Lab Prep School, Hamilton, Ontario CANADA, Mini Kurup

Trinity Catholic High School, Ocala, FL, Rick Muhlig

Trinity High School, Louisville, KY, Peter Diehl

United World College of SE Asia, Singapore, Stephen Lumb

United World College of SE Asia-East, Singapore, Richard Walton & Ken Stirrat

University High School, Tucson, AZ, Barry Callesen

University School of Nova SE University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Dr. Anthony Carnaggie

Upper Dublin High School, Ft. Washington, PA, Chris Hayden

Valhalla High School, El Cajon, CA, Brian Andersen

Ventura County Christian High School, Ventura, CA, Fred Wilson

Vestavia Hills High School, Vestavia Hills, AL, Todd Taylor

Victoria Shanghai Academy, Aberdeen, HONG KONG, CHINA, Will Chau & Daniel D. Slosberg

W.L. Mackenzie Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario CANADA, Lulia Gugoiu

Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati, OH, Dr. Bill Gordon

Warren Central High School, Indianapolis, IN, Jennifer Jensen

Washington High School, Fremont, CA, Ludmilla Nikolaeva

Weinbaum Yeshiva High School, Boca Raton, FL, Chaim Lanner

Wenatchee High School, Wenatchee, WA, Drew Gaylord

West Albany High School, Albany, OR, Ian Condron

West Island School, Pokfulam, Hong Kong, CHINA, Matthew McNair

Westerly High School, Westerly, RI, Chris Hamre & Denise Sevigny

Westlake High School, Westlake Village, CA, Beth Grasel & Ashley Biller

William A. Workman High School, City Of Industry, CA, Robert Gallucci

William E. Tolman Sr. High School, Pawtucket, RI, Jennifer Sawyer

Yew Chung International School Shanghai-Puxi, Shanghai, China, Julie Many de Meza

Yew Wah School of Shanghai Changning, Shanghai, China, Eric Semasaka & Nancy Zhou

Yüce Schools, Oran-Ankara, Turkey, Funda Oktay & Saadet Roach

 

 

2013-2014
AMERICAN SCHOLASTIC MATHEMATICS ASSOCIATION

 

Junior/Intermediate Division

 

 

Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa-Jr. Div, Mombasa, Kenya, Tom Abuto & Brian Wanjala

American Embassy School-Jr. Div., New Delhi, India, David Park

American International School in Vienna, Vienna, Austria, Kevin Frederick

Archbishop Carney Secondary - Jr. Div., Pt. Coquitlam, Brit. Col., CANADA, Sameera Fernandes & Reg Cichos

Bergen County Academy-Jr. Div., Hackensack, NJ, Jeffrey Wojcik

Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School, Sinajana, Guam, Nelba Aquino

Brian and Teri Cram Middle School, North Las Vegas, NV, Derek E. Fialkiewicz

British International School, Puxi, Shanghai-Jr. Div., Puxi, Shanghai, Martin Brown

Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School, Brooklyn, NY, Pei-Hsin Lin

Butler High School - Jr. Div., Butler, NJ, Adam King

Calgary French & International School, Calgary, Alberta CANADA, Jessica McConnell

Cedar Creek School, Ruston, LA, Memrie Lolley

Clarksville Christian School, Clarksville, TN, Amanda Binkley & Millie Toombs

Coral Academy of Science-Jr. Div., Henderson, NV, Hikmet Erdogan

Danube International School Vienna-Jr. Div., Vienna, Austria, Dr. Erik Neuhold

David Thompson Inter. School, Vancouver, Brit. Col., CANADA, Dean Sheardown & Richard Maddalozzo

Des Moines Central Academy-Jr. Div., Des Moines, IA, Lana Lyddon-Hatten

Diamond Middle School, Lexington, MA, Kenton Findell & Tanya Finkelstein

Doerre Intermediate School, Klein, TX, Alex Collins

Doral Academy High School - Jr. Div., Doral, FL, A. Sam Koski

Episcopal School of Jacksonville-Jr. Div., Jacksonville, FL, Terri Ferlisi

Etowah High School - Jr. Division, Woodstock, GA, Dr. Kathleen Velueta

Eyüboglu Science High School-Jr. Div., Istanbul, Turkey, Rüya Doðan

Fen Bilimleri Anatolian High School-Jr. Div., İstanbul, Turkey, Özgür Özdemir & Belgin Arusoğlu

First Baptist Christian School-Jr. Div., Slidell, LA, Alyson Batten

Frenchman's Bay School, Pickering, Ontario, CANADA, Greg Crone

Garden International School Kuala Lumpur-Jr. Div., Kuala Lumpur, Selangor,, Pooma Sathi

Greenhill School - Jr. Div, Addison, TX, Dr. Grant Mindle

Greenspun Jr. High School, Henderson, NV, Rebecca M. Glaser

Harker School-Jr. Division, San Jose, CA, Vandana Kadam

Head-Royce School, Oakland, CA, Molly Barrett

Helix Charter High School-Jr. Div., La Mesa, CA, Jeff Babbitt

Highland School - Jr. Div., Warrenton, VA, Mimi Corcoran

Honey Creek Middle School, Terre Haute, IN, Bob Fischer

Hoover High School-Jr. Div., Hoover, AL, Paul Kustos & Martin Rushano

Howell Valley Elementary School, West Plains, MO, Jerry Weimer

International School of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Elizabeth Cutshall

Jack Miner Public School, Whitby, Ontario, CANADA, Jason Oliver

Jonas Clarke Middle School, Lexington, MA, Joshua Frost

Lourdes Academy High School-Jr. Div., Oshkosh, WI, Don Dineen

Lux Middle School, Lincoln, NE, Myrna Bornemeier

Lyford Cay International School-Jr. Div., Nassau, Bahamas, Janice Barclay & David Mindorf

Marshalltown High School-Jr. Division, Marshalltown, IA, Susan Fritzell

Michigan City High School-Jr. Div., Michigan City, IN, Joan Kelsey-Seitz

New International School of Thailand-Jr. Div., Bangkok, Thailand, Joe McMillan

Northbridge International School Cambodia-Jr. Div., Phnom Penh 3 CAMBODIA, Nenita Simbahan

O'Neill Collegiate & Vocational Institute, Oshawa, Ontario, CANADA, Jeffrey Beer

Pearl River High School-Jr. Div., Pearl River, NY, Greg Licht

Pinetree Secondary School-Jr. Div., Coquitlam, Brit. Col., CANADA, George Lin

Podar International School-Jr. Div., Mumbai, India, Dipendra Mathur, Prema Mathew & Dr. Vandana Lulla

Porter-Gaud School - Jr. Division, Charleston, SC, Jeannie Turner

Prince Avenue Christian School-Jr. Div., Bogart, GA, David Douglas

QSI International School of Bratislava-Jr. Div., Bratislava, Slovakia, Thomas Priestley

Redwood Middle School, Saratoga, CA, P. J. Yim

Ruamrudee International School-Jr. Div., Bangkok, Thailand, Edward J. Kemp

Santa Barbara Catholic School, Dededo, GUAM, Arleen Suplido

Shanghai American School, Pudong-Jr. Div., Shanghai, China, Bob Gould & Jeff Rosen

Shanghai American School, Puxi-Jr. Div., Shanghai, China, Hank Claassen

Shanghai United International School, Hongquan, Shanghai, China, Dr. Noor Qadri

Shrewsbury International School-Jr. Div., Wat Prayakrai, Bang Kholame,, Robert Stephen Groves & Deborah Almeida

Smithfield High School-Jr. Div., Esmond, RI, Jennifer Albuquerque & Beth Smith

South Island School-Jr. Div., Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China, Vincent So & Enrica Chan

St. Anthony Catholic School, Tamuning, GUAM, Josephine Catahay

St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary-Jr. Div., Abbotsford, Brit. Col., CANADA, Christine Tsou

St. Joseph Higher Secondary School (Dhaka), Jr. Div., Dhaka, Bangladesh, Anthony Prince Costa & Brother Robi Purification, CSC

St. Mary Springs High School-Jr. Div., Fond Du Lac, WI, Juliet Erickson

Sycamore School, Indianapolis, IN, Trent Tormoehlen

Tanglin Trust School-Jr. Div., Singapore, Giles Jacobson & Cassie Bell

The Alice Smith School - Jr. Division, Selangor Malaysia, Deirdre Whittington

The Bear Creek School-Jr. Div., Redmond, WA, Gary Dineen & Steven Prokopchuk

The TASIS School in Dorado - Jr. Division, Dorado, Puerto Rico, Brenda Cassé

The Universal American School of Kuwait-Jr. Div, Hawally, Kuwait, Harish Sharma

The Village School, Houston, TX, Jeffrey Boyd & Cindy Proske

The Walker School, Marietta, GA, Jean Bayer

Thompson Middle School, Middletown, NJ, Mark Sessa

Transition Lab Prep School, Hamilton, Ontario CANADA, Mini Kurup

United World College of SE Asia-Dover-Jr. Div., Singapore, Sarah Haywood & Stephen Lumb

United World College of SE Asia-East-Jr. Div., Singapore, Richard Walton & Ken Stirrat

University of Toronto Schools, Toronto, Ontario CANADA, Sandra Della Maestra

University School of Nova SE University-Jr. Div., Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Dr. Anthony Carnaggie

Valhalla High School - Jr. Div., El Cajon, CA, Brian Andersen

Vestavia Hills High School-Jr. Div., Vestavia Hills, AL, Susan Gifford & Todd Taylor

Victoria Shanghai Academy-Jr. Div., Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China, Will Chau & Daniel D. Slosberg

Waycross Middle School, Waycross, GA, Kay Cook

West Island School-Jr. Div., Pokfulam, Hong Kong, China, Matthew McNair

William Dunbar Public School, Pickering, Ontario, CANADA, Lori Yee

Windfields Junior High School, Toronto, Ontario CANADA, Maya Polevoy

Worth Jr. High School, Worth, IL, Marianne Hebel

Yew Chung International School Shanghai-Puxi, Jr. Div., Shanghai, China, Julie Many de Meza

Yew Wah School of Shanghai Changning-Jr. Div, Shanghai, China, Eric Semasaka & Nancy Zhou