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We’d like to answer a good question: What exactly is a Math Circle?
What this is: A series of fascinating and challenging problems, which you probably won’t see in school, suitable for students with an enthusiasm for mathematics, particularly those in the 5th through 8th grades.
What this isn’t: Remediation, acceleration, or test preparation. It’s about fun!
Great news: Our capacity has increased! Those who have already signed up for the DC Math Circle’s Fall program and were placed on the wait list are now admitted. An e-mail will be sent to admitted participants with further information.
Thank you for your interest in the DC Math Circle! Our Fall program is now full: Those who have signed up will receive a welcome message shortly. We are still accepting applications for the wait list. If you have not yet signed up, but are interested in being added to the wait list or hearing more about our Spring offerings, please do so via the form below. (It is also possible that our capacity will increase or that some slots might open up for this Fall.)
The DC Math Circle is now accepting interested applicants! Please complete the following web form with a parent/guardian. We will contact you via e-mail with further information. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Prof. Jeffrey Adler at 202-885-3361.
We will ask for a contribution of $100 for the semester for each student participant, payable at the first session. This contribution is completely voluntary. Under no circumstances will we turn away a student for financial reasons. For more information about financial matters, contact email@example.com or Prof. Jeffrey Adler at 202-885-3361.
The DC Math Circle will open on the evening of Tuesday, September 12, and will meet on most Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00 pm. Events will be held on the American University campus. Our program is directed towards 5th through 8th graders, but other grade levels are also welcome. We’ll post further information here soon on how to sign up.
We look forward to seeing you this Fall!