New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 2000

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Canton, MA136
2Lexington, MA124
3Newton South, MA101
4Amity, CT92
5Bangor, ME81
5Essex, VT81
7Glastonbury, CT76
8Newton North, MA71
9Greenwich, CT67
10South Kingstown, RI56
11Cranston West, RI53
11New Milford, CT53
13Weymouth, MA50
14Cumberland, RI39
14Winnacunnet, NH39

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Choate-Rosemary Hall, CT*86
2Belmont, MA85
3Concord-Carlisle, MA84
4Algonquin, MA72
5Wayland, MA49
7New Canaan, CT48
7Oyster River, NH48
9Classical, RI47
9Oxford Hills, ME47
11Brunswick, ME44
11Staples, CT44
13Marshwood, ME43
14Barrington, RI33
15Gorham, ME31
16Burrillville, RI27
16Wethersfield, CT27
18Berlin, CT26
18East Lyme, CT26
20Lasalle, RI23

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Swampscott, MA59
2Hopkins School, CT58
3Maine SSM56
4Brunswick School, CT46
5Dover-Sherborn, MA45
6Bedford, MA44
7St. Paul's School, NH42
8Avon, CT41
9Cape Elizabeth, ME39
9Winslow, ME39
11Bapst, ME35
12Cheverus, ME33
13Maimonides School, MA31
14Pomfret School, CT28
15Camden-Rockport, ME26
16Bellows Falls, VT18
16Erskine Academy, ME18
16Vinalhaven, ME18
19Inter-Lakes, NH14


* 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 brought a postgraduate to the championship in 2000.

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.