- Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019
- Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Testing will begin promptly at 9am, so students must arrive by 8:30am to be directed to the appropriate room.
- Location: PCC Cascade
705 N. Killingsworth St.
Portland, OR 97217
Math Fest is a free math contest held every spring for high school and middle school students in the Portland metro area. This event features a variety of math games and a one-hour skills test ranging in levels from PreAlgebra to Some Calculus. Participants have the opportunity to win awards, t-shirts and other PCC prizes. Top performing high school students may also qualify for the Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament. Information for this year's Oregon Invitational Math Tournament (OIMT) can be found at the bottom of this page.
See the Math Fest 2019 Flyer for more information.
Information for schools
Information about the event, including registration, test locations and exam scores are sent by email to the contacts for each school. Email communication begins during Fall of the previous year and extends until the event itself in Spring of the event year. School contacts are responsible for relaying information to Math Fest participants and their parents.
Preregistration is vital to the success of this event. Preregistration numbers are used to coordinate event space, exams, awards, snacks and PCC prizes. Please register your school and participants with this year’s Math Fest Liaison, Tammy Louie.
Information for parents
Parents are welcome as spectators of this event; please contact your child's math teacher for more detailed information about registration.
Oregon Invitational Math Tournament (OIMT)
The 2019 Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament (OIMT) for high school students will be held at Portland State University. Divisions include: Geometry, Algebra 2, Open 1 (through pre-calculus) and Open 2 (through calculus). In the past, some sites have offered an Algebra 1 division as well. In recent years, the competition has also included a team/group activity for part of the day. The top students in each category receive an award. For more information, visit Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament.