Are You Up For a Contest?
Numerous mathematics contests for secondary students are held yearly...ready for your students' participation. Just in case you do not know of any contests, consider the following list (and problem resources):
National and International Contests
 USA Mathematical Talent Search
 International Mathematics Olympiad
 American Math Competitions
 Canadian Mathematical Olympiad
 World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions
 Canadian Math Competition
 The Mandelbrot Competition
 Descartes Mathematics Contest
 National Student Two Year College Math League
 Gainesville College Mathematics Tournament for TwoYear Colleges
 International Mathematics Olympiad
 Wisconsin Mathematics, Science and Engineering Talent Search
 Mu Alpha Theta
 Tournament of Towns
 High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling
 MathCounts
 Mathematical Oympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools
 William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition
Regional Contests
 ARML (Northeast, Midwest, Far West)
 Furman University (Southeast) Mathematics Tournament
 RoseHulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Contest
 HarvardMIT (New England) Math Tournament
 Nassau County Interscholastic Math League
 Milton Math Tournament
 Utah State Math Contest
 Great Plains Math League
 Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad and Mathematical Circles
 Washington State Mathematics Council Contest/Olympiad
 Minnesota State High school Mathematics League
Selected CollegeSponsored Contests
 Oklahoma State University High School Math Contest
 Lehigh University (PA) High School Math Contest
 University of South Carolina Annual High School Math Contest
 UWWhitewater/UTDallas Middle/High School Mathematics Meet
 University of North Carolina at Wilmington High School Math Contest
 FAU/Stuyvesant High School Alumni Math Competition
 Stanford Mathematics Tournament
 Furman University Mathematics Tournament
 University of Maryland High School Math Competition
 University of WisconsinWhitewater High School Math Meet
 Texas A&M Math Contest
To find out more information about any of these contests (and more exist!), turn to Math Competitions Websites, Directory of Math Contests, and MathArchives, as they were primary sources for the above information. Be aware that some of their links are no longer active, so you may have to do a specific search for that contest.
I do not know who runs the first link. My suspicions are that it is Lester Moskowitz, actuary and former contest member of the 1953 Stuyvesant Math Team. Finally, if you have time, scan this report on the 1970 Stuyvesant Math Team...it is interesting to see what happens to former mathematics contest competitors.
