From Northern Nevada Math Club: 


The Northern Nevada Math Club (NNVMath) placed 6th in the national American Regions Math League (ARML) team math competition out of 48 teams across the nation in their division. They placed 9th in 2014 and 30th in 2013.  


NNVMath is an area math club for students in grades 7 through 12 who enjoy math and want to participate in team competitions. Current club members include students who attend Bishop Manogue High School, Demonte Ranch High School, Davidson Academy of Nevada, Coral Academy, Wooster High School Baccalaureate Program, North Star Online School, as well as, several middle schools and students who are homeschooled.


“ARML is the World Series of mathematics competitions, and placing so well after competing for just three years is pretty darn amazing,” said Sherry Griffin, President of the Board of NNVMath. 


The 40th ARML competition took place simultaneously on May 29 & 30, 2015, at Penn State, UNLV, University of Iowa, and University of Georgia. 


The 15 students on the NNVMath team that competed in the ARML competition at the UNLV site are: Paolo Adajar, Lauren Brilliant, Derek Chien, Sarah Griffin, M. Dylan Hildebrand, Christoph Kemmelmeier, Rinik Kumar, Sarah MacHarg, Nathan McAlister, Aidan McLaughlin, Dhruv Rohatgi, Courtney Shinagawa, Alex Toller, Yana Vincent, and Winston Zeng.  


Rinik Kumar, a 9th grader attending Davidson Academy, was the team high scorer with 7 out of 10 correct answers in the individual round. 


EBARA International Corporation, a Sparks Nevada engineering firm, sponsored the team for this competition.  Dolan Auto Group and EDAWN are also NNVMath sponsors.


The American Regions Mathematics League's annual competition brings together the nation's finest math students who meet, compete, and socialize with one another, forming friendships and sharpening their mathematical skills. 


Since its inception in 1976, ARML has grown into a national program, involving almost 2000 students and teachers from almost every state. 


From Northern Nevada Math Club