New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 2002

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Lexington, MA147
2Brookline, MA134
3Canton, MA126
4Boston Latin, MA111
5Newton South, MA99
6Greenwich, CT84
7Bangor, ME80
8Manchester, CT78
8South Kingston, RI78
10Simsbury, CT76
11Salem, NH66
12Deering, ME52
13Winnacunnet, NH46
14Toll Gate, RI43
15E. O. Smith, CT38
16Guilford, CT36

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Choate Rosemary Hall, CT*86
2Concord-Carlisle, MA85
3Algonquin, MA65
3Belmont, MA65
5Hanover, NH63
5Oyster River, NH63
7Barrington, RI62
7Sharon, MA62
9Oxford Hills, ME60
10Staples, CT55
11New Canaan, CT52
12Bishop Hendricken, RI47
13Portland, ME46
14Avon, CT43
15Dighton-Rehoboth, MA38
15Erskine Academy, ME38
17Mount Ararat, ME35
18Lincoln, RI33

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Maine SSM93
2Hopkins School, CT83
3Derryfield School, NH66
3Pomfret School, CT*66
5Brunswick School, CT62
6Bromfield, MA59
7Dover-Sherborn, MA53
7Weston, MA53
9Mattanawcook, ME52
10East Catholic, CT48
10Falmouth, ME48
12Gray-New Gloucester, ME46
13Cheverus, ME45
14Lincoln Academy, ME39
15Vinalhaven, ME21


* 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 Pomfret brought postgraduates to the championship in 2002.

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.