Ohio Mathematics Contest Overview


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2014 Contest


                    Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014
                         Wright State University

The annual Ohio Mathematics Contest (OMC) is for upper elementary, middle, and high school students in grades 4 through 11. It is organized by the Dayton Branch of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and supported by the Office of the President at Wright State University. The OMC is also sponsored by WSU Provost's Office, the College Science & Mathematics Dean's Office at Wright State, the Asian American Council of Dayton, the Ohio-Southwest Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and Hospice of Dayton as well as various minority-community organizations in the Ohio Valley region (including the Greater Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton areas.)

The purpose of the contest is to stimulate interest in mathematics among upper elementary, middle, and high school students and to recognize those who exhibit exceptional talents in mathematical skills. The organizers and sponsors ask teachers and parents to strongly encourage their students and children in grades 4 through 11 to enter this contest.

For more information about the Ohio Mathematics Contest, click on the button at the right.


Volunteers are needed to help set up tables and chairs, help out at registration, assist in delivering tests to be graded, help presenters and at demo tables, walk students to their assigned testing rooms, and clean up at the end of the contest. If you can spare some time on Saturday, April 12th to help out, CLICK HERE to find out how to sign up. All volunteers receive a free OMC T-shirt!