Math League Brings Out Best, Brightest Students

  • Students stand in a group in a school hallway

    Published April 19, 2022

    The Nashville Interscholastic Mathematical League (IML) recently brought together some of the brightest student minds in the region to compete in a series of events.

    Brentwood and Woodland middle schools and Brentwood, Franklin and Ravenwood high schools competed in the league. By the end of the season, at least one WCS school placed within the top three of each category of the contest.

    "I am extremely proud of the students who competed," said Woodland Middle math teacher Brian Riefenberg. "They worked hard and were passionate about their success. These students should take pride in each point that was earned."

    The IML brings together public and private schools to test their students' knowledge of Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, precalculus, calculus and statistics. At each event, students were given a 20-question, multiple-choice test. The top schools in each category were recognized and rewarded. WCS schools that placed within the top three are listed below.

    Algebra I

    • First: Brentwood Middle
    • Second: Woodland Middle


    • Second: Woodland Middle
    • Third: Brentwood Middle

    Algebra II

    • Second: Brentwood High


    • Second: Franklin High
    • Third: Ravenwood High


    • Second: Brentwood High
    • Third: Franklin High


    • Third: Ravenwood High