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Mathematics Honor Society

Mathematics Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta (MATh)


NEW MHS TEXT CODE for reminder emails!

Text "@fchsmhs" to 81010.  (Standard rates apply)

What is Math Honor Society?

Mu Alpha Theta (MATh) is a nationally recognized association that supports students who excel in mathematics.  At FCHS, our chapter meets monthly to discuss upcoming mathematics activities, contests, volunteer opportunities, and cool math challenges.   Participation in this society is an honor and committed members will be recognized with distinction at graduation.

Math Honor Society Members Are…

10th, 11th, and 12th graders currently enrolled in Algebra 2, College Algebra, College Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Statistics, or Calculus.   Applicants must have a 3.4 Math GPA to be considered.  Student are required to complete 8 hours of math community service projects each year. 

What are the benefits of Joining Math Honor Society?

  • Stand out on college applications
  • Looks great on resumes
  • Help the community and school with math service projects
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Participate in national mathematics contests
  • Make new friends with similar interests in mathematics, computer coding, and science

Current 2018-2019 Member Information:

Welcome to 2017!  We have monthly meetings during common lunch in L104 on the SECOND Wednesday of the month.  Save these important dates!

To get reminders via text message (standard rates apply), text “@fchsmhs” to 81010. 

Math Honor Society Video Team (Lessons That Count)

Here's the episodes in case you lost the links. You can always youtube Lessons That Count to find them!


Unit Conversions:

Indirect Measurements:

Linear Programming:

Exponential Functions:  COMING SOON!


As a district, the Mu Alpha Theta chapters from each Poudre School District high school are hosting our fourth annual PSD Math Dash 5k Fun Run/Walk


Interested in applying for Math Honor Society?

Applications are available at the end of each academic year. 

Questions? Contact Mr. Kohlbrand ( or Mr.Goar  (