ROCKET CITY MATH LEAGUE
Round 2 Individual Tests, Solutions, and Instructions were emailed the morning of February 10th to the email addresses coaches provided on the registration form. If you didn't receive the email, there may be a typo in your email address. Please be patient, we'll respond between classes.
Eventually, you'll be able to download from here, but the security is not set up yet.
We apologize for the inconvenience that was caused by our previous website not functioning properly. This website will be where we conduct our 2019-2020 RCML Tests.
Please use the following google form to register your school for this year's
Individual Rounds. Round 2: Feb 10th - Feb 28th
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation
Interschool Results are ready.
These are the most recently updated Interschool Results
Click on the button below to download them.
Congratulations to everyone!
We hope you had fun!
The Rocket City Math League is a year-long, student-run, international, four-round math competition for middle and high school students. Tests are sent to registered schools via email before each round, and scores are entered on an online database. Trophies are mailed to the top ranked students and schools at the end of the year. There are five levels of three rounds of individual testing that range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, and two levels of an Inter-School Test. If you have any questions or comments, please send an email to .
The interschool test is given in the fall and three rounds of individual tests are given in the spring. Tests must be completed and mailed as soon as possible.
For those who are homeschooled and have questions, Please see this page.
Please register at the google form
Please read the Interschool Administration Letter before you give the Interschool Tests
Mu Alpha Theta & Chi Alpha Mu
The RCML competition is financially supported by Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society. If your high school does not currently have a chapter, we have included a link to the petition here. The petition includes an explanation of the benefits of Mu Alpha Theta membership for schools and students. If you are at a middle school, Chi Alpha Mu, the National Middle School Mathematics Club, may offer benefits to your students interested in forming a math club. For the Chi Alpha Mu petition, with an explanation of these benefits, see here.