On April 24th from 9 am to 4 pm, The Evergreen State College will host the mathleague.org Washington State High School Math Championships. On the same day, similar competitions will be held throughout the United States with high school students vying to qualify for an invitation to the national math competition. Olympia High School, Tumwater High School, and Stadium High School all had students qualify for this year’s state championship tournament. In order to qualify, students had to be one of the top finishers at The Evergreen State College High School Math Meet, held in February, or successfully complete a paper and pencil qualifying exam.
The students who will be competing in Saturday’s State Championships from Olympia High School are Kirsten Allen, Konane Bay, Mira Early, William Hoza, James Malloy, Austin Minor, and Yuchen Mou. Participants from Stadium High School include Chris Amdahl, Eric Chou, Chris Han, Richard Lee, Kyle Whitcomb, and Katie Woodard. Dylan Mackenzie and Leah Dalrymple will represent Tumwater High School.
An awards ceremony will take place in Seminar II Building, B-1105 at 3:30 pm.