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NYCIML 2017-2018 Registration

Dear coaches, I hope that everyone has been having a great summer! As the summer is coming to an end, the time has come to start registering your schools for the upcoming school year. Now, you are able to register your team(s) for the NYCIML! The registration form can be found at http://www.nyciml.org/contests/registration. If there are any unpaid balances from last year, please make sure to pay them before you register your team for this school year. The deadline for registration is Sunday, October 1st,2017. It is recommended that coaches register by this deadline, as our first contests will take place soon after. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at exec@nyciml.org. Thank you, and we hope to see you soon! Best regards, Neha Rattu NYCIML Webmaster...

NYCIML 2016-2017 Award Ceremony

The NYCIML 2016-2017 Award Ceremony was a success! We hope you enjoyed the award ceremony and thank you to those who joined us. We would like to thank Michael Curry for being our guest speaker for this year’s award ceremony. It was a pleasure for him to be the guest speaker. We would also like to thank our Soph-Frosh Division Coordinator, Jing, for her icebreaker, which was very competitive, and also was a great way to interact with students. As promised, below are the photos from the award ceremony. Feel free to save and share them to others for them to see:   Lastly, congratulations to the winners! Thank you coaches for putting effort in their math team. In addition, we thank all students and coaches who took part of in NYCIML 2016-2017 for their interest in NYCIML and their participation in the contests this year. It was an honor for those who came to the award ceremony. It was a pleasure to meet those who came and we are looking forward to work with you next school year. High school seniors: please remember to submit Freshman Applications. It it due June 11th, and it is a great opportunity to be a part of the Executive Committee! The earlier you submit, the better. Coaches: If you know any high school seniors who are/may be interested, please remind them about the Freshman...

NYCIML Freshman Executive Application 2017 *Updated*

The New York City Interscholastic Math League is now accepting freshman members to join the Executive Committee in the 2017-2018 school year. Anyone who has participated in the IML in high school can join the Executive Committee once they are freshman in college. Currently, there are two freshman, three sophomores, two juniors and two seniors on the committee. Each new member is expected to stay on the committee for 4 years and everyone is assigned a different role each year. A more detailed description of each role can be found on the application. Joining the Executive Committee is a great opportunity not only to give back to the high school math team community but also to learn about teamwork and leadership. Current executive members have worked hard in order to preserve the standard of the league’s contests, come up with ways to reach out to more schools across New York, and interact with coaches and students from our participating schools. Any graduating high school senior interested in joining the committee is welcome to apply. The application can be found here and must be sent to exec@nyciml.org by Sunday, June 11th, 2017. The sooner it is finished and sent, the better, so that we can get into contact. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at the provided email. *** Attachment: NYCIML Freshman Executive Application 2017 ***Update: The deadline for the application has been extended to July 2nd,...

2016-2017 Richard Geller Annual Coaches Meeting

The NYCIML Richard Geller Coaches Meeting had an amazing turnout this year! The NYCIML would like to thank Stuyvesant High School for allowing us to use their venue. We would like to specifically thank Stan Kats, Ashvin Jaishankar and Jim Cocoros for their help to coordinate the Annual Coaches’ Meeting. In addition, we would like to give thank all our great speakers for presenting during this year’s meeting. Beginning the Coaches Meeting with challenging math problems, everyone was able to see different ways to approach the given problems. New coaches were presented with helpful information on how to administer IML contests and also given helpful tips on how to maintain a new math team. Veteran coaches were presented with interesting topics exploring quadrilaterals and precalculus. Photos of the coaches meeting have been posted and if you have any questions or comments, please contact exec@nyciml.org.Thank you to all the coaches and math APs that made this meeting possible!  We look forward to seeing all the coaches again next...

New York Math Circle and Math-M-Addicts

Welcome coaches to a new school year. From the recommendation of one of the question writers, I would like to introduce two programs that offer an opportunity to expand students’ knowledge of mathematics: New York Math Circle: The New York Math Circle is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching and supplementing Mathematical education in New York City. It seeks to stimulate the enjoyment, appreciation and knowledge of Mathematics through problem solving and guided discovery, both in our classes for students, and through courses for teachers. New York Math Circle’s goal is to constantly challenge your mind. You’ll get to solve unusual problems and invent your own, apply existing knowledge in new situations, learn famous gems of mathematics, and explore the unknown. The Math Circle will open your eyes and increase your sensitivity to all the mathematics around us. Our main requirement is that you have an open mind and a willingness to work. New York Math Circle Brochure Math-M-Addicts (mathmaddicts.com): Math-M-Addicts is a selective, rigorous Saturday math enrichment program for 5th – 12th graders that focuses on creative problem solving. Students are introduced to advanced math topics in ways that build their critical, strategic, and logical thinking and communication skills. Math-M-Addicts is able to offer some of the most advanced math curriculum to middle and high school students available in NYC because the founders and many of the teachers themselves are former math Olympiad contestants and winners. Many of our alumni credit Math-M-Addicts as being the most rewarding and challenging learning experience of their academic lives. For some, MMA inspired them to pursue STEM majors in college and in...