Ontario Curriculum Based
K-8 Math, Science, English and French
G9 - 12 Math
MPM1D – Principles of Mathematics
MPM2D – Principles of Mathematics
MCR3U – Functions
MHF4U – Advanced Functions
MCV4U – Calculus and Vectors
MDM4U – Mathematics of Data Management
G9 -12 Science
SNC1D – Academic Science
SNC2D – Academic Science
SBI3U – Biology SCH3U – Chemistry
SPH3U – Physics
SBI4U – Biology SCH4U – Chemistry
SPH4U – Physics
English & French
Math Physics Biology French
Standardized Test Preparation
EQAO SSAT SAT AP
First Year & Second Year:
Calculus, Linear Algebra, Physics,
Math Contest Prep
Math Contests are a great way for students to learn how to face a challenge, test their level of skills and to have some math fun. The best way to prepare for any math contest is to practice solving as many problems as possible in the weeks leading up to a contest or competition.
Online contest for grades 3-12. Available in English and French.
The Caribou Mathematics Competition is a worldwide online contest that is held six times throughout the school year. Each of these days, five contests are offered, one for each of the grade levels 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/10 and 11/12 and each one in English, French and Persian.
The Caribou Cup is the series of all Caribou Contests in one school year. Each student's ranking in the Caribou Cup is determined by their performance in their best 5 of 6 contests through the school year.
For grades 1-12. Available in English or French.
The purpose of this competition is to introduce youngsters from grade 1 to grade 12 to math challenges in a fun and enjoyable way, thus inspiring their further interest and advancement in mathematics.
For students in Grades 7 and 8 and interested students from lower grades. Available in English and French.
The Gauss Contests are an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem-solving ability. Grade 7, Grade 8 and interested students from the lower grades are welcome to participate in this contest. This is a 60-minute contest consisting of 25 multiple-choice questions.
For students in Grades 9 (Pascal), 10 (Cayley) and 11 (Fermat). Available in English and French.
The Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests are an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem-solving ability. Early questions require only concepts found in the curriculum common to all provinces. The last few questions are designed to test ingenuity and insight. Rather than testing content, most of the contest problems test logical thinking and mathematical problem-solving. It is a 60-minute contest consisting of 25 multiple-choice questions.
For students in their final year of secondary school and motivated students in lower grades. Available in English and French.
The Euclid Mathematics Contest is an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem-solving ability. Most of the problems are based on the mathematical curriculum up to and including the final year of secondary school. Motivated students in lower grades are also welcomed to participate. The paper may include questions based on the topic listed below:
• Euclidean and analytic geometry
• Trigonometry, including functions, graphs, identities, sine and cosine laws
• Exponential and logarithmic functions
• Functional Notation
• Systems of equations
• Sequences and series
• Simple counting problems
The contest is 2 ½ hours in length, consists of 10 questions, each worth 10, for a total of 100.