New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 1989

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Canton, MA122
2Lexington, MA104
3Boston Latin, MA95
4Hall, CT92
4Staples, CT92
6Simsbury, CT82
7Hamden, CT78
8Conard, CT61
9Doherty, MA55
10Bangor, ME48
11Londonderry, NH44

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1New Canaan, CT80
2Newton South, MA74
3Oxford Hills, ME73
4Mt. Ararat, ME63
5Concord-Carlisle, MA60
6Classical, RI54
7St. John's Prep, MA53
8Ridgefield, CT52
9Brunswick, ME46
10Guilford, CT45
11Hand, CT44
12South Kingstown, RI42
13Burlington, VT40
14Middletown, RI39
15Essex Junction, VT36
16Portland, ME35

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Deerfield Academy, MA*83
2E. O. Smith, CT58
2Westwood, MA58
4Loomis Chaffee School, CT57
5Laconia, NH55
6Wheeler School, RI53
7Maimonides School, MA50
7Oyster River, NH50
7Madison, ME50
10Old Rochester, MA43
11Hudson, MA42
11Windsor Locks, CT42
13Hopkins School, CT39
14Hopkinton, NH36
15Wiscasset, ME33
16Suffield, CT31
16Yarmouth, ME31
18Jay, ME29
19Lee, ME27


* Prior to 2005, there was an assumed but unwritten rule that students who had already graduated from high school (or equivalent) were not eligible to compete at NEAML. Evidently unaware of this rule, Deerfield brought a postgraduate to the championship in 1989.

Note: Small and Medium School scores are comparable, because they are derived from the individual scores of six students and a team round where each question is worth three points. For Large School scores, there are eight students per team and each team round question is worth four points. So, to make the scores across divisions roughly comparable, multiply the Large School scores by 3/4.