New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 1997

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Canton, MA124
2Lexington, MA119
3Newton South, MA109
4Acton-Boxborough, MA106
4Bangor, ME106
6Cheshire, CT97
7Manchester, CT83
8New Milford, CT70
9Pinkerton Academy, NH65
10Cranston West, RI64
11Rockville, CT62
12Southington, CT61

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Choate-Rosemary Hall, CT98
3Concord-Carlisle, MA81
4ConVal, NH78
5St. John's, MA74
6Classical, RI71
7Belmont, MA70
8Staples, CT68
9Barrington, RI62
9Simsbury, CT62
11RHAM, CT59
12Deering, ME58
12New Canaan, CT58
14Brunswick, ME52
15Oxford Hills, ME46
16Essex, VT45
17Cony, ME44
18South Kingstown, RI38
19E. O. Smith, CT26

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Hopkins School, CT97
2Maimonides School, MA93
3Bromfield, MA91
4Worcester Academy, MA*76
5Oyster River, NH71
6Dover-Sherborn, MA70
7Greenwich Academy, CT64
8Orono, ME61
9Winslow, ME60
10Hollis/Brookline, NH57
11Bishop Stang, MA56
12Pomfret School, CT53
13Brunswick School, CT51
14Erskine Academy, ME42
14Mattanawcook, ME42
16Cheverus, ME38
17East Catholic, CT33
18Lee, ME29


* 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, Worcester Academy brought a postgraduate to the championship in 1997.

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.