APSH Math league
Dates for Math League:
Tuesday, Oct. 17
Tuesday, Nov 14
Tuesday, Dec 12
Tuesday, Jan 9
Tuesday, Feb 13
Tuesday, Mar 20

From the Math League website: 
"Math contests give students an educationally enriching opportunity to participate in an academically-oriented activity and to gain recognition for mathematical achievement. Our main goal is educational: we promote enjoyment and study of mathematics by organizing contests for grades 4-12. Our contests help to enrich mathematics programs. Each contest covers topics appropriate to the contest grade level. Our well-written questions cover a variety of difficulty ranges and involve topics of interest to above-average students. The key is to encourage students to enjoy a challenge and to learn from it to find problem-solving discussions stimulating. This challenge is what prompts many youngsters to enjoy puzzle books! The enrichment we provide is a positive experience for students."
Teacher Supervisor: Ms. Podio

The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing at the University of Waterloo offers many internationally recognized contests to help to inspire the next generation of students to develop an interest in and love for mathematics.
  • Grade 9 students can participate in the Pascal and Fryer contests. 
  • Grade 10 students can participate in the Cayley and Galois contests. 
  • Grade 11 students can participate int he Fermat and Hypatia contests. 
  • Grade 12 students can participate in the Euclid contest
The Canadian Team Mathematics Contest involves individual problems, team questions, and math relays.  
Dates and times (approximate)  
February 27, 2018 - Pascal, Cayley and Fermat
April 4 - Canadian Team Mathematics Contest
April 11, 2018 - Euclid
April 12, 2018 - Fryer, Galois, and Hypatia

To participate
Please ask your math teacher for more details. Registration fees range from $4 to $16 depending on the contest.

Past contest, solutions, and results can be found here: Past Waterloo contests
More problem sets and solutions can be found here: Math Circles

Prizes and Awards
Every student scoring in the top 25% of all competitors receives a Certificate of Distinction. School champions may receive a Contest Medal. The names of some top-scoring eligible students appear in zone, provincial, Canadian, and international honour rolls.
Halton Math Contest

The Halton Math Contest is an exciting annual team math competition with real-time scoring that has been running since 2005.

Students choose their own teams (made up of 2 or 3 students) and are given 1.5 hours to complete six(five for seniors) problem-solving questions. Only the answer counts and teams are awarded points based on the time taken for the solution and the number of attempts.

Students can compete in the Junior category for Grade 9 and 10 students and the Senior category for Grade 11 and 12 students.

Dates and times  
A school competition will be organized in early May.
The board-wide competition will be held later in May.

To participate
Participation is free. Please see Mrs. Stoica in the Math office for details about organizing your team and practice strategies. 

Examples of problems can be found here: Halton Math Contest - Examples of problems

Prizes and Awards
Medals and trophies are awarded. Gift certificates are often awarded for the top three teams on the board.