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PVHS Math Club

Welcome to PVHS Math Club.  The club meets every Friday in room 246.  The club competes in a series of three competitions throughout the year.  In the fall, we participate in a Math Madness competition.  This event consists of 4 weeks of scrimmaging (including 2 highly popular collaboration rounds) followed by a single elimination bracket tournament - entirely online and team-based.  We compete against teams across the country!  The competition content is an ideal training platform for AMC and other competitions.  
Information Regarding Additional Competitions

3/15/2018 Kutztown University - Math Kangaroo Competition   - Registration is due by December 15th!

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PV Math Club Alumni - Where are they now?
  • Former Math Club Members win Competition
    This group (5 former PVHS math club members) competed in Penn State's Nittany AI (Artificial Intelligence) Challenge.  The Nittany AI Challenge offers teams of Penn State students, faculty, and staff the chance to compete for grants totaling $50,000 for developing AI–based solutions that solve real-world problems, improve the student experience at Penn State, and/or generate innovative start-up ideas.

    The group of seven, six of whom were Perk Valley graduates, were awarded the top prize of $30,000 for their design of LionPlanner, an #AI #solution that provides intelligent, personalized, and scalable guidance to @penn_state students on the opportunities, including clubs, courses, activities, and electives, available to them. Team members included: Michael RoosQuinn Verbeke, Thanh Tran, Matthew Mancini, Dylan Shoemaker, Christina Warren, and Benjamin Proto.
    Posted Oct 8, 2018, 5:53 PM by Sherri Verbeke
  • Matthew Mancini, class of 2016
    Matt was one of the most enthusiastic math clubbers who went to all of the Interstellar math competitions in addition to the AMCs and the Lehigh math competition. He now is a sophomore at Penn State studying computer science likely to become a software developer but still not entirely sure. He thinks that math club helped him learn how to approach difficult problems, and that skill is not only applicable to math but also programming. You can contact him at matthewrmancini@gmail.com with questions about what to expect when studying computer science.
    Posted Jan 14, 2018, 6:54 PM by Sherri Verbeke
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Math Madness Competition



2017-18  Competition Rounds:

                   
                 
                   

11/3/2017 Elimination Bracket Play - Round 1 Bye  Questions and Solutions

11/10/2017 Bracket Play - Round 2

11/17/2017 Bracket Play - Round 3