Cambrian College Math Competition

When?9:00 am - 2:45 pm, Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Where?Cambrian College, Barrydowne Campus

Math is everywhere – whether you are calculating profit for a business, measuring an angle to build a shelf, or working out the dosage for a patient’s medication!

The Cambrian College Math Competition provides an opportunity for college-bound math students to show off their skills against competitors from across the Greater Sudbury area and beyond.

This one-day competition is a fun-filled event where high school students will work as teams to solve challenging problems, test their knowledge, explore related college programs, and win some great prizes!

Competition Details

Teams of students will apply practical math skills to various career-related problems in four college subject areas:

  • Business
  • Trades and Engineering
  • Health Sciences
  • Community Services and Justice

Who? Grade 9-10 Students (teams of two)

Registration deadline? 5:00 pm, Friday, May 1, 2020

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  • Thank you for taking part in Cambrian College’s Math Competition! We ask each school elects one “Math Captain.” This educator will register their school in the competition, act as the main contact between Cambrian College and their students, and will provide competitor information.  Please input your information below. We will be asking you provide your students’ information closer to the event date.

  • Name * Required
  • Our school will enter a team of 2 grade 9 students * Required
  • Our School will enter a team of 2 grade 10 students * Required


The competition is open to students currently registered in grade 9 or 10 (teams of 2) Applied Math Courses or are expecting to take college-level math. The maximum number of participants from all four school boards is 60, and students will be registered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Competitors will participate in teams of two to solve challenging math problems in a variety of subject areas such as Business Math, Technical Math, Trades Math and Health Sciences Math.


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