Math Olympiad

The Kettering University Math Olympiad is a competition designed to identify and encourage students with interests and abilities in mathematics. This year will be Kettering University’s 19th Math Olympiad. The examination is designed for students in grades 9-12, however, any middle or high school student enrolled in a public school, private school or home-school program can sit for the examination.

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Saturday, September 19, 2020

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The Kettering Math Olympiad is a competition designed to identify and encourage students with mathematics talent. Any student working toward a high school diploma who is currently enrolled in a public school, private school or homeschool program can sit for the examination.

The competition consists of several challenging problems and has a time limit of four hours. The problems range from “mind-benders” that require little mathematical skill to problems that require the knowledge of geometry, trigonometry and beginning calculus. No calculators or cellphones are permitted for this competition. Participants meet faculty and students during lunch and actively participate in the problems solution session.

Held on Kettering University's campus in Flint, MI.

Kettering rewards hard work. 

The top fifteen finalists receive:

  • First – Third place winners receive a full-tuition scholarship to Kettering University renewable for up to 10 terms
  • Fourth – Seventh place winners receive a half-tuition scholarship to Kettering University renewable for up to 10 terms
  • Eighth - Fifteenth place winners will receive a $3000 scholarship to Kettering University renewable for up to 10 terms

The scholarship portion is awarded upon admission to Kettering University.

Program Fee: Free

Grades: High School and outstanding Middle School students, any grade.

Additional Details: Full information about Math Olympiad.