OIMT 2022 Winners
Geometry Medalists
Champion: Caden Lindgren - Ashland High School
Amaya Bender - Crescent Valley High School
Claire Kiekhaefer - Ashland High School
Lindson Turner - Ashland High School
Payton Bates - West Albany High School
Rachel Goodenbery - Ashland High School
Algebra 2 Medalists
Champion: Jiho Lee - St. Mary's School
Aidan Richards - West Albany High School
Chanung (Ben) Lee - St. Mary's School
Sabina Carano - West Salem High School
Seok-Yeong (Alex) Park - St. Mary's School
Soomin Kim - St. Mary's School
Open 1 Medalists
Champion: Quinn Yockey - Ashland High School
Elizabeth Li - Crescent Valley High School
Ian Clifton - Days Creek Charter School
Juniper Christopherson - Ashland High School
Lewis Eibner - Ashland High School
Patrick Stokes - South Salem High School
Open 2 Medalists
Champion: Gabrielle LaChapelle - West Albany High School
Emma Di - Crescent Valley High School
Jiwoo Son - St. Mary's School
Mason Amos - Camas Valley High School
Richard Chen - Crescent Valley High School
Sunga Kim - St. Mary's School
Scavenger Hunt Drawing Winners
Mackenzie Baker - Crescent Valley High School
Oliver Jamieson - Ashland High School
Audrey Mills - St. Mary's School

The OIMT (Oregon Invitational Mathematics Tournament) is an opportunity for the best and the brightest high school mathematics students in Oregon to come together for a day of competition, learning, and fun! This year’s contest is hosted by the Oregon State University Department of Mathematics in Corvallis. The date of this year’s OIMT is Saturday, May 14, 2022. Professor Tom Dick is serving as the local OIMT coordinator.

How are students invited?

  • Students are invited to OIMT based on their performance at the regional contests held at other higher education institutions across the state. The top 12% in each category from each regional site will be invited (rounded up). An invitation will be sent to their high school once names are provided by the regional site contacts. The regional contests normally occur between February and April.
  • Students may also be invited due to exceptional scores on the AMC-10 and AMC-12 exams (American Mathematics Competition). The qualifying AMC score for OIMT is 80 for both the AMC-10 and AMC-12 exams. If you have a qualifying AMC score please contact Tom Dick.

Note about students not in high school: students below 9th grade are generally not eligible to participate in OIMT (there are other competitions, such as MATHCOUNTS, that are especially for middle school students). The ONLY exception is if the student is taking a math class at a high school (this is different than taking a high school level class at a middle school).

As we finalize the schedule and logistical details of the event, we will add them to this website. You are welcome to contact Tom Dick with any questions that you have.

The Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics support the OIMT by providing medals for top finishers in each of the contest categories - Algebra 2, Geometry, Open I (advanced, but no calculus questions), and Open II (advanced and includes calculus questions).