SACMATH (Sacramento Area Competitions in Mathematics) is an organization led by Jeff Soesbe which has been running mathematics contests in the Sacramento area since October 2009. During the 2013-2014 school year, I am planning another series of fun and challenging contests. You can join the SACMATH mailing list to receive announcements of upcoming SACMATH contests and other math contest related information.
There is one more set of contests in the 2013-2014 school year, on Sunday, May 18, 2014. They use a different format ("Alamo Format") than the MathLeague.Org format. See the contest information pages (links below) for details.
Results from previous contests can be found on the "Contest Results" page.
Feel free to contact Jeff Soesbe of SACMATH at email@example.com with any questions. I hope you enjoy the contests!
2013/2014 School Year
The below dates are the preliminary plan for SACMATH contests throughout the 2013-2014 school year. All dates are subject to change due to work and family requirements.
UC Davis Math Circle is doing a great Saturday program, where professors and graduate students present talks on interesting and fun math topics. Afterwards, there is contest practice with problems from contests like AMC, MathCounts, MathLeague.org and ARML. For more details on UC Davis Math Circle, visit their website: davismathcircle.wordpress.com
Sunday May 18, 2014: SACMATH Alamo Format Contests. There will be two contests on Sunday May 18, 2014: an Elementary School Contest and a Middle/High School Contest. Both contests use the "Alamo Format", a different format than MathLeague.Org contests. See the contest information pages for details on the format and how to register.
NOTE: As of 5/14 at 8:00 pm, registration for these contests has CLOSED.
ARML = May 30-31 @UNLV. ARML is a nationwide math contest for students at the high school math level. UC Davis Math Circle and SACMATH are helping to organize one or more 15-student teams to represent the Sacramento Metropolitan Area in the contest. The team would practice as part of the Davis Math Circle activities.