About M3 Challenge
Moody's Mega Math Challenge (M3 Challenge) is a mathematics modeling competition for high school students. Winners receive scholarships totaling $125,000 for continuing education. A partnership of The Moody's Foundation and SIAM, the competition spotlights applied mathematics as a powerful problem-solving tool, a vital contributor to advances in an increasingly technical society, and a viable and exciting profession
August 27, 2014
Dates for Moody's Mega Math Challenge 2015 have been set. Challenge weekend will take place February 28-March 1, 2015. The final round of judging, including top six team presentations and awards ceremony, will be held Monday, April 27, 2015.
Registration opens in November. Stay tuned for a new look to our website and more 2015 information to be posted in October.
About Moody’s Mega Math Challenge 2014
[1/25] The 2012 first runner-up team displays its check.
[2/25] Coach and student from the champion team in 2012.
[3/25] Soon-to-be champions await the 2012 competition.
[4/25] A third place 2012 winner holds his prize check aloft.
[5/25] Students present their solution paper to captive audience in 2012.
[6/25] Maggie Walker students (2010 3rd place winners) in serious mathematical thought.
[7/25] Light moments for the team from Immaculata (2010 6th place winners).
[8/25] Frances Laserson, President of The Moody's Foundation, addresses the audience at the Awards ceremony.
[9/25] The Princeton High School team proudly displays its prize (2010 5th place winners).
[10/25] AAST students present their paper (2010 4th place winners).
[11/25] The joy of winning: The Montgomery Blair team wins the top prize at the 2010 M3 Challenge.
[12/25] High Tech HS Team celebrates its victory (2010 Runner Ups).
[13/25] This is what the M3 Challenge is about: Maggie Walker team members (2010 3rd place winners).
[14/25] A happy student from the Immaculata team (2010 6th place winners).
[15/25] Laughs abound in the Montgomery Blair quarter as the team wins first place .
[16/25] Accolades at the 2007 Awards Ceremony at Moody's Corporate Headquarters in Manhattan.
[17/25] Elk County Catholic High School students (2009 Magna Cum Laude Team prize) present their solution paper to judges.
[18/25] Happy students from Staples High School (2006 Summa Cum Laude Team Prize).
[19/25] Manalapan High School Students (2008 Magna Cum Laude Team Prize) share a light moment at the Awards Ceremony.
[20/25] High Technology High School students (2006 First Honorable Mention Team Prize) prepare to present their paper to judges.
[21/25] The Staples High School team (2009 First Honorable Mention Team Prize) displays its prize check.
[22/25] The Wheeler School (2009 Cum Laude Team) involved in an intense discussion.
[23/25] The West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North team (2009 Exemplary Team) presents its solution paper.
[24/25] Manalapan High School students (2007 Summa Cum Laude Team Prize) celebrate their win.
[25/25] Judges listen intently at the 2008 Final Presentations at Moody's Corporate Headquarters in Manhattan.