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Continental Math League (CML)

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What is the Continental Math League (CML) Contest?

Continental Math League was created in 1980. In words of the founders of CML:
"When we began CML in 1980 we hoped our Leagues and Contests would be a valuable supplement to school programs. We felt the Leagues and Contests would aid schools in helping their students improve their reading comprehension and problem solving skills. We thought that the Leagues and Contests being national in scope would generate student participation and excitement. After 36 years we continue to believe in the above."

Objective/Advantage of this test

  • All CML experiences are designed to both maximize student opportunities to participate and to improve their problem solving capabilities.
  • Your child will be participating with other students on the same grade level from schools all over the United States.

Structure of the contest

  • Five contests will be held between Nov 2023- Mar 2024
  • Each contests will have 6 problems (1 point each)
  • Time limit for each contest is 30 minutes
  • Results for the contest will be available within a week
  • Awards will be announced by CML after all contest results have been received by them


  • Meet 1: November 7, 2024
  • Meet 2: December 5, 2024
  • Meet 3: January 9, 2025
  • Meet 4: February 6, 2025
  • Meet 5: March 6, 2025


  • National and Regional awards will be distributed to duly recognize individual
  • All participants: Certificate of Participation


See schedule above.



Registration Form

1. Student Information

2. Parent Information

3. Contest Selection

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