The mathematics department hosts an annual mathematics competition for high school students. Rather than testing students' ability to recall facts, the competition is designed to test students' mathematical creativity and their ability to formulate and defend their conclusions.
Each school may send one team of three students. Students may use graphing calculators during the examination. Successful participants generally have completed mathematics courses through at least Algebra 2 or pre-calculus.
Download the 2015 Marshall Mathematics Competition Exam and Solutions (PDF)
|1.||Kathryn Wantlin||Charleston Catholic High|
|2.||Zachary Samples||South Point High|
|3.||Hannah Wade||Paul G. Blazer High|
|4.||Genna Liu||Cabell Midland High|
|5.||Jonathon Dingess||Paul G. Blazer High|
|6.||Eashwar Somasundaram||Belfrey High|
|7.||Brandt Maynard||Spring Valley High|
|8.||Nicholas Trent||Huntington High|
|9.||Paola Burcl-Gonzalez||Cabell Midland High|
|10.||Joshua Eastman||Huntington High|