This year’s weeklong camp for middle school and early high school students runs from June 17-21 and features in-depth and interactive sessions on math topics not typically seen in classes.
Led by CSU mathematicians, Math Circles shows students how mathematics plays a role in science, technology, engineering and art. The camp will include hands-on activities as well as a campus-wide scavenger hunt.
The camp, part of the larger National Association of Math Circles, gives students a preview of the university experience. Students learn in classrooms in the Weber Building on the CSU campus and are taught by faculty and graduate students.
Parents are invited to attend both the welcome event on the camp’s first day, along with a closing event featuring a visual presentation.
Registration is limited to the first 25 girls and 25 boys who register. A registration fee of $60 is due by May 31. An early-bird discount ($50 fee) is available to those who register by May 1. Snacks and lunches are included in this cost.
An algebra I background or higher is required. Need-based scholarships also are available.