Difference between revisions of "Mathematics summer program"

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* [[LeapAhead! Online Summer Program]] Grades 3-6 (online) [http://www.noetic-learning.com/summermath/ website]
 
* [[LeapAhead! Online Summer Program]] Grades 3-6 (online) [http://www.noetic-learning.com/summermath/ website]
 
* [[Math Contest Camp 2008]] Grades 5-8 and grades 7-12 in Bolivar, MO [http://users.sbuniv.edu/~khopkins/2008mcc.html website]
 
* [[Math Contest Camp 2008]] Grades 5-8 and grades 7-12 in Bolivar, MO [http://users.sbuniv.edu/~khopkins/2008mcc.html website]
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* [[MIST Academy]] Summer Institute (Birmingham, AL) for students entering grades 4-12 [http://www.mistacademy.com/mistsummer.htm website]
 
* [[Texas Mathworks]] Junior Summer Math Camp [http://mathworks.txstate.edu/ website]
 
* [[Texas Mathworks]] Junior Summer Math Camp [http://mathworks.txstate.edu/ website]
  
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* [[MathPath]] [http://mathpath.org/ website]
 
* [[MathPath]] [http://mathpath.org/ website]
 
* [[MathZoom Camp|MathZoom Summer Camp]] [http://www.mathzoom.com/ website]
 
* [[MathZoom Camp|MathZoom Summer Camp]] [http://www.mathzoom.com/ website]
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* [[MIST Academy]] Summer Institute (Birmingham, AL) for students entering grades 4-12 [http://www.mistacademy.com/mistsummer.htm website]
 
* [[Texas Mathworks]] Junior Summer Math Camp [http://mathworks.txstate.edu/ website]
 
* [[Texas Mathworks]] Junior Summer Math Camp [http://mathworks.txstate.edu/ website]
 
* [[Young Scholars Program]] at the [[University of Chicago]] [http://mrsec.uchicago.edu/outreach/ysp.html website]
 
* [[Young Scholars Program]] at the [[University of Chicago]] [http://mrsec.uchicago.edu/outreach/ysp.html website]
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* [[Michigan Math and Science Scholars]] [http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mmss/ website]
 
* [[Michigan Math and Science Scholars]] [http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mmss/ website]
 
* [[Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science]] (MITES) [http://web.mit.edu/mites/www/ website]
 
* [[Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science]] (MITES) [http://web.mit.edu/mites/www/ website]
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* [[MIST Academy]] Summer Institute (Birmingham, AL) for students entering grades 4-12 [http://www.mistacademy.com/mistsummer.htm website]
 
* [[Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists]] (PROMYS) [http://www.promys.org/ website]
 
* [[Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists]] (PROMYS) [http://www.promys.org/ website]
 
* [[Research Science Institute]] (RSI) [http://www.cee.org/rsi/index.shtml website]
 
* [[Research Science Institute]] (RSI) [http://www.cee.org/rsi/index.shtml website]

Revision as of 23:32, 18 May 2008

Mathematics summer programs come in many varieties targeted at many different age groups and levels of students. Selection is important in creating the best experience for any math student.

A few of the programs listed below offer mathematics scholarships or financial aid. When you discover more that do, please add that information to any appropriate places you find in the AoPSWiki.

Some of the math summer programs listed below have devoted AoPS forums where students, teachers, and parents can discuss these programs.


United States summer math programs

Math programs for elementary school students

Math programs for middle school students

Math programs for high school students

See also

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