The next State MATHCOUNTS® competition will be held on March 15, 2024, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld.

See our Community Calendar for more details.


MATHCOUNTS is a national enrichment, club, and competition program that promotes mathematic achievement through grassroots involvement in every US State and territory. It heightens student interest in mathematics by making math challenging and exciting. It introduces students to STEM careers through contacts with engineers and other professionals who serve as volunteers. More than 17,000 volunteers participate annually to coach students and conduct competitions.

In Florida, participating middle schools compete individually or as part of a team in one of nineteen FES Chapter MATHCOUNTS Competitions held in February. FES Chapters in turn send their winning teams and individuals to the State competition held in March.

How can YOU get involved in MATHCOUNTS?


  • Donating to a 501(c)3 organization offers tax benefits
  • Choose either a specific Chapter or State donation
  • Help support our Mathletes®


  • Choose your level of sponsorship
  • Your logo goes on FES MATHCOUNTS webpage
  • You will be recognized in Florida MATHCOUNTS program


  • Support Mathletes® by volunteering on-site
  • Mentor the next generation of engineers
  • Have fun watching Mathletes compete

How is FES Involved in MATHCOUNTS?

The Florida Engineering Society (FES) is proud to have sponsored Florida MATHCOUNTS since it’s origination in 1983. At the State Competition, FES awards top teams and individuals with trophies, scholarships and cash, and coordinates special guest speakers and volunteers. The top four individuals go one to represent Florida, on an all-expense-paid trip, to the National MATHCOUNTS Competition. All of this would not be possible without the support of the generous sponsors and volunteers.

Visit the National MATHCOUNTS® website, or these other unique programs designed for middle school teachers and their students: The MATHCOUNTS® Competition Series, the National Math Club, and the Math Video Challenge.

If you have any questions about the Florida MATHCOUNTS program, please contact