The Middle Creek High School chapter of Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society) is an organization whose purpose is to promote scholarship in, and enjoyment and understanding of, mathematics among high school students. We do this in a variety of ways including math tutoring, competitions, guest speakers and meetings. We usually meet on the first Monday of every month. Because this is an honor society, there are certain requirements for membership (see below), but we welcome anyone who wants to learn more about math to our activities. Meeting dates and other information is located on Mrs. Katie Taylor's blackboard site.
Membership information: Full members are students who have completed four semesters math starting with Algebra 1 and are (at least) enrolled in a fifth semester of math with at least a 3.0 (unweighted) GPA for these math courses. The one time membership dues are $16, which includes a graduation cord provided to members who are still in good standing at the end of their senior year. Full members are required to accumulate 25 gold stars throughout the year and may be attained by attending meetings, tutoring, competitions, and gold star problems.
Associate members are students who have completed two semesters of math starting with Algebra 1 and are enrolled in a third math with at least a 3.0 (unweighted) GPA for these math courses. They are expected to participate in the meetings and may also tutor, participate in the competitions and submit gold star solutions.