Masters

How do you know if you are invited to bring a team to Masters?

Once all the scores from all the regions have been compiled, the Registrar will send an email to the schools that qualified letting them know. If a school declines their invitation, the registrar will then invite the next highest scoring school in that division.

For the team competition, your school has qualified to come to this competition, not a specific team. You may bring any student you wish from your school to make up your team of 4.

If your school did not qualify to bring a team and you have a qualifying individual (placed in the top 5) who would like to compete in the individual competition, you may register them as an individual.

Divisions at Masters

The Elite Division will be made up of the first 8 highest scoring schools from all regions, regardless of division at Regional competition (Spokane, Seattle, Wenatchee, Richland and Vancouver).

Division I will be comprised of the next highest scoring Division I schools from all regions, for a total of 12 teams, with at least one school from each region.

Division II will be comprised of the highest scoring Division II schools from all regions for a total of 12 teams, with at least one school from each region.

Awards:
All participants will receive a "Math is Cool" participant award.
Team Awards: 1st - 4th place (Elite, Division I, and Division II)
Individual Awards: 1st - 8th place in each Division

Fees:
Cost for Team: $10 per school plus $45 per team of 4 Cost for Individual: $15 per individual Purchase orders have a $15 fee (only applies if can't pay from website invoice)