Does your student enjoy math and/or science?Do you want your student to be involved at CTMS?Do you want your student to improve their math and/or science skills?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above then you should consider having your student join the CTMS Math Science Team. The CTMS Math Science Team meets one to two days a week to work on math and science skills. Then one to two Saturdays a month we travel to other schools in the area to compete at Math Science Tournaments. The CTMS math science team is open to everyone, no matter what math or science classes your child takes. For more information on the Math Science Team please contact Mrs. Hall at or have your student come by room C10.

Below is a description of the four tests

Number Sense
Number Sense involves a 10-minute, 80-question mental math test covering all high school mathematics courses. Shortcuts need to be developed and practiced in order to compete and finish the test.

This contest challenges students to do a wide range of reading in biology, chemistry and physics, to gain an understand
ing of the significance of experiments rather than to recall details, to be alert to new discoveries and information in the areas of science, to gain an understanding of the basic principles as well as knowledge of the history and philosophy of science, and to foster a sense of enthusiasm about how science affects our lives.

Calculator Applications
This contest includes calculations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, roots, powers, exponential, logarithms, trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions. In addition to straightforward calculation problems, the contest includes geometric and stated problems similar to those found in algebra, geometry and trigonometry textbooks, previous contests and League materials related to the contest.
This contest is designed to test knowledge and understanding in the areas of algebra I and algebra II, geometry, trigonometry, math analysis, analytic geometry, pre-calculus and elementary calculus.

Science Practice -
Science Practice will be on Mondays from 3:30 - 4:15 in the lecture hall.
Below is a list of the dates we will have practice and the topics that will be covered.
We are still working on the location.
10/19 - Week 1: Language of Science
10/26 - Week 2: Scientist
11/2 - Week 3: Periodic Table
11/9 - Week 4: Body Systems
11/16 - Week 5: Planets, Earth, Moon
11/30 - Week 6: Forces & Laws on motion
12/7 - Week 7: Cells & DNA
12/14 - Week 8: The Universe
1/4 - Week 9: Properties & Classification
1/11 - Week 10: Habitats, Adaptations, Animals
1/25 - Week 11: Meteorology
2/1 - Week 12: Simple Machines
2/8 - Week 13: Earth - layers, rocks, mineral, pangea, Continental drift
2/22 - Week 14: Chemical Formulas & Chemical Bonds
3/1 - Week 15: Astronomy
3/8 - Week 16: Energy
3/22 - Week 17: Cycles
3/29 - Week 18: Earthquakes & Volcanoes
4/5 - Week 19: Waves (Light, Sound, Electromagnetic Spectrum)
4/12 - Week 20: General review before State
There will be a General Math Question and Answer session on Tuesdays in room B10. This is questions & answers only, not a full practice.