The James S. Rickards Fall Invitational is a math competition for elementary, middle, and high schools held on the Rickards High School campus in Tallahassee, FL. Run entirely by the Rickards Mu Alpha Theta Team, the Invitational is one of the largest competitions in Florida, with over 800 participants from 35 schools in recent years.
Registration is now open! If you would like to register your school for this years Invitational, visit the Registration page and fill out the form with your schools information. Registration will be available until Wednesday, November 4th, after which late registration will be available until November 7th. Additionally, we are adding a Statistics Bowl for this years competition. The bowl will take place during the Calculus Team Round (Round 1), and each school may sit at most one team. The Statistics Bowl will not count towards sweepstakes. Students competing in Statistics Bowl will not be able to take the Open test.
To accommodate schools wanting to participate but couldn’t in past years due to distance and money constraints as well as to encourage new schools to participate in the Rickards Fall Invitational, we have created a second testing center at Fort Myers High School in Ft. Myers, Florida (Region IV).
To register to compete at Ft. Myers, please go to http://goo.gl/forms/3v0T3Y0D8t and complete the Fort Myers/Rickards registration form. Once you submit this form, further registration details will be sent to you. If you have any questions regarding the testing center at Fort Myers, please email Mr. Jason Jordan at JasonWJ@leeschools.net.
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More information about this year's competition will be posted soon. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Elementary School Competition Handbook: Elementary Handbook 2015
Middle and High School Handbook: Middle and High School Handbook