New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 1993

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Canton, MA101
2Boston Latin, MA87
3Brookline, MA85
4Lexington, MA83
5Acton-Boxborough, MA74
6Hamden, CT65
7Glastonbury, CT39
8Woonsocket, RI31

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Choate-Rosemary Hall, CT*64
1Classical, RI64
3St. John's, MA60
4Concord-Carlisle, MA57
5Simsbury, CT41
6Staples, CT40
7Brighton, MA38
7South Burlington, VT38
9North Andover, MA36
10South Kingstown, RI35
10Stoughton, MA35
12E. O. Smith, CT34
13Cheshire, CT33
14Ridgefield, CT31
15Burlington, VT29
16Brunswick, ME26
17Oxford Hills, ME24
18Caribou, ME22
18Portsmouth, RI22
20Hand, CT19
21Essex Junction, VT16

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Maimonides School, MA68
2Worcester Academy, MA61
3Swampscott, MA53
4Deerfield Academy, MA*51
5East Greenwich, RI49
6St. George's School, RI46
7Hopkins School, CT43
8Foxborough, MA39
9Rocky Hill, CT38
10Jay, ME35
11Northwest Catholic, CT33
11RHAM, CT33
11Stearns, ME33
14Gray-New Gloucester, ME31
15Lee, ME21
16Mascenic, NH20
17Vinalhaven, ME19
18Trinity, NH18
19Dexter, ME16
20Winslow, ME15
21Mattanawcook, ME13


* 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, Choate and Deerfield brought postgraduates to the championship in 1993.

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.