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American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) - 2017

The Mathematical Association of America hosts the annual AMC contests for middle and high school students. Its purpose is to spur interest in mathematics and develop talent through the excitement of friendly competition at problem solving in a timed format. 

Congratulations to all participating students! The AMC Contests are very challenging! If you did not qualify for the AIME this year, please come back and try again next year.

AIME Scores are in! We have 4 Qualifiers for the USA(J)MO Contest! 

Congratulations to Vismay, who qualified for the USAJMO! (Only 6 qualified in the state of Florida!)

Congratulations to Yuru, Brian and Cynthia for qualifying for the USAMO! (Only 10 qualified in the state of Florida!)

The USA(J)MO Contest took place on April 19th and April 20th. Congratulations to all who participated in this year's contest!

We would like to congratulate our AIME qualifiers! 

ID School Name
1 Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches Brian R.
2 Suncoast Community High School Yuru N.
3 Suncoast Community High School Cynthia D.
4 Eagles Landing Middle School Vismay S.
5 West Glades Middle School Akanksha S.
6 Suncoast Community High School Brinley Z.
7 American Heritage School Iris L.
8 Suncoast Community High School Jeffrey L.
9 Suncoast Community High School Nicholas P.
10 Suncoast Community High School Gary W.
11 Suncoast Community High School Jerry Y.
12 Suncoast Community High School John E.

 

A special shout out to Brian for achieving a perfect score in AMC-12 B! Congratulations!

We especially would like to congratulate our young students! Many of you received the Certificates of Achievement!

  • Yuru, a 9th Grader, qualified for the AIME throught the AMC12!

  • Akanksha, Iris, and Vismay, 8th Graders, qualified for the AIME through the AMC10!

  • Christian, Lucas, Razzi, Shantanu, and Tanishk, 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Students, all achieved Certificates for having scores greater than 90 on the AMC10!

Below are the results of our most recent AMC-10/12 Contest:

 AMC 12A Ranking:

ID School Name
1 Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches Brian R.
2 Suncoast Community High School Cynthia D.
3 Suncoast Community High School Yuru N.
4 Suncoast Community High School Jeffrey L.
5 Suncoast Community High School Nicholas P.
6 Suncoast Community High School Gary W.
7 Suncoast Community High School Jerry Y.
8 Suncoast Community High School John E.
9 Suncoast Community High School Jacob M.

 

 AMC 10A Ranking:

ID School Name
1 Suncoast Community High School Brinley Z.
2 West Glades Middle School Akanksha S.
3 Eagles Landing Middle School Vismay S.
4 Omni Middle School Tanishk V.
5 Homeschool Razzi M.
6 Homeschool Megan E.
7 Eagles Landing Middle School Rohan S.

 

 AMC 12B Ranking:

ID School Name
1 Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches Brian R.
2 Suncoast Community High School Yuru N.
3 Suncoast Community High School Cynthia D.
4 Cooper City High School Hugh D.
5 Cooper City High School Thomas Q.
6 Cooper City High School Wilfredo G.
7 FAU High University School Jessica B.

 

 AMC 10B Ranking:

ID School Name
1 Eagles Landing Middle School Vismay S.
2 West Glades Middle School Akanksha S.
3 Suncoast Community High School Brinley Z.
4 American Heritage School Iris L.
5 Eagles Landing Middle School Christian E.
6 Homeschool Razzi M.
7 FAU High University School Lucas M.
8 Eagles Landing Middle School Shantanu K.
9 BAK Middle School of the Arts Christopher C.
10 Omni Middle School Tanishk V.
11 Eagles Landing Middle School Vasakan M.
12 Eagles Landing Middle School Rohan S.

 

For information regarding the AMC contests, please check out the following links:  AMC-10 and AMC-12

 


For any questions regarding the AMC contests, please contact:

Ms. Emily Ann Cimillo
Phone: 561-297-3342
Email: amcfauboca@fau.edu

 

Updated on 4/6/2017