ARML website
The American Regions Mathematics League is a national competition held simultaneously at four centers across the country. Teams are organized geographically. Each state typically has their own representative team(s), joined by some large cities, schools, and urban areas. FLSAM (Florida) sends up to three teams every year. Competitors embark on an epic, four day road trip from southern Florida to the University of Alabama, Huntsville (formerly University of Georgia, Atlanta) and through the rural backcountry in between. A single bus starts in Miami and journeys across Florida to slowly collect passengers along the way, quite similarly to The Muppet Movie, for an adventurous trip to new places.


PUMaC website
The Princeton University Mathematics Competition is an annual competition run by the Princeton University Math Club. Participants from all over the US and various international teams come to the Princeton University campus and spend the day taking various mathematics assessment tests in Algebra, Combinatorics, Geometry, and Number Theory.


HMMT website
The Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament is a competition organized by students at Harvard, MIT, and nearby schools. Each tournament draws close to 1000 students from around the world, many of whom are top scorers at national and international olympiads. FLSAM participates in the annual February tournament, hosted by MIT.


CMIMC website
The Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition is an annual math and computer science competition run by students at Carnegie Mellon University. Participants from around the country come to Carnegie Mellon University to compete in math and computer science.