The winner will receive a prize of $1000.
Any high school (or pre-high school) student in the
United States is eligible to be nominated by a teacher.
The application deadline has been extended. Applications are now due on May 14th, 2005.
Use only standard text in your email. Supporting materials will be requested by the judges if needed - please do not mail or attach any such materials. There is no entry fee. (Employees and editors of calculus.org and close relatives may neither nominate candidates nor receive the award.)
The application should list the following:
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL (unless student is home schooled)
and answer the main question:
Why do you think this student should be selected for the National Calculus Student Award?
To help us in improving awareness of this prize in future years, please also answer the question:
How did you learn of this award?
Judges are appointed by calculus.org in consultation with members of the editorial board. If no prize is awarded for one or more years, two or more prizes may be awarded in subsequent years. The award of $1000 will be announced about April 1, 2005.
Emailed entries should be in text format. The subject line
"Entry for National High School Calculus Competition"
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