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2024 Summer Class

  • 07/09 to 08/15  12 Classes Tuesday,Thursday 4:30pm-6:00pm $465/term Location: Online15

    MathCounts is a national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem-solving skills and fosters achievement through four levels of fun, in-person "bee" style contests. Some students love math. Other students fear math. MATHCOUNTS is the place for both. It provides engaging math programs to U.S. middle school students of all ability levels to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem-solving. 

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple-choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills. The contest is held in November every year and for students in grades 8 and below.

    We designed 2-week of summer camps for students to learn the common problem-solving strategies for both competitions and also working on the previous years of tests for practice.  The 2 camps will focus on different topics and use different practice materials. It's best that students can join both camps, but it's also ok to join one of them. 

    Prerequisites: Students have at least completed PreAlgebra; It's better if students have completed or learning Algebra I and Geometry.

    Textbook:

    Competition Math for Middle School

    Instructor: Peng Lin


2024 Summer Camp

Note: Half-day camps can be combined as full-day camps from 8:30am-5pm.

  • Week 1 (07/08-07/12)

    07/08 to 07/12  5 Classes Monday-Friday 1:00pm-4:00pm $250/camp Location: 16100 NW Cornell Road Suite 210 Room 4

    MathCounts is a national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem-solving skills and fosters achievement through four levels of fun, in-person "bee" style contests. Some students love math. Other students fear math. MATHCOUNTS is the place for both. It provides engaging math programs to U.S. middle school students of all ability levels to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem-solving. 

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple-choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills. The contest is held in November every year and for students in grades 8 and below.

    We designed 2-week of summer camps for students to learn the common problem-solving strategies for both competitions and also working on the previous years of tests for practice.  The 2 camps will focus on different topics and use different practice materials. It's best that students can join both camps, but it's also ok to join one of them. 

    Prerequisites: Students have at least completed PreAlgebra; It's better if students have completed or learning Algebra I and Geometry.

    Textbook:

    Competition Math for Middle School



  • Week 5 (08/05-08/09)

    08/05 to 08/09  5 Classes Monday-Friday 1:00pm-4:00pm $250/camp Location: 16100 NW Cornell Road Suite 210 Room 4

    MathCounts is a national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem-solving skills and fosters achievement through four levels of fun, in-person "bee" style contests. Some students love math. Other students fear math. MATHCOUNTS is the place for both. It provides engaging math programs to U.S. middle school students of all ability levels to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem-solving. 

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple-choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills. The contest is held in November every year and for students in grades 8 and below.

    We designed 2-week of summer camps for students to learn the common problem-solving strategies for both competitions and also working on the previous years of tests for practice.  The 2 camps will focus on different topics and use different practice materials. It's best that students can join both camps, but it's also ok to join one of them. 

    Prerequisites: Students have at least completed PreAlgebra; It's better if students have completed or learning Algebra I and Geometry.

    Textbook:

    Competition Math for Middle School




2024 Winter/Spring Class

  • 01/18 to 06/06  20 Classes Thursday 4:30pm-6:00pm $615/term No class on Mar. 28Location: Online12

    MathCounts is a national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem-solving skills and fosters achievement through four levels of fun, in-person "bee" style contests. It provides engaging math programs to middle school students to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem-solving. This class mainly works on the school and regional level of MathCounts problems.

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple-choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills. The contest is held in November every year and for students in grades 8 and below.

    This class is designed to learn the common problem-solving strategies for both competitions and also working on the previous years of competition for practice.  By the end of the class, students will have been exposed to hundreds of MathCounts/AMC 8 test questions to help them to succeed.

    The focus of this class is on test-taking strategies and critical thinking skills. Most students have the basic knowledge they need to take the competition, so our philosophy is to help students in the other requirements of the competition, namely, accuracy and speed.  The test-taking strategies taught in this class will help students not only in the competitions but also in the future for taking other tests inside and outside of school (such as the SAT and ACT).

    Prerequisites: Students have completed AGS I or Algebra I. For great achievements in the competitions, students find that AoPS Algebra class helps a lot along with this competition class.

    Note: The class materials used for this class are not repeated in 2 years. So students may join this class multiple times in 2 years to refine their competition skills.

    Instructor: Christopher Dupuis

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $601/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $501/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $649/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $549/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Single Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $485/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $585/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $517/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $617/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Double Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $480/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $580/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 1 night

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $506/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 05/31 to 06/01  2 Contest Friday,Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $606/Per Person Including Air Fair, ARML Dining & Triple Room for 2 nights

    The 2024 ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 10/28 to 04/20  2 Contest Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm $150/Annual Team Fee Oregon ARML team meeting is hosting once a month on Saturdays

    WVA sponsors the Oregon ARML team meetings, which take place once a month on Saturdays from October to March. The Annual Oregon ARML teams' local competition is hosted by WVA in April.

    The 2024 National ARML Competition will be held on May 31 – June 1, 2024 at the University of Nevada Reno. We anticipate opening registration in April 2024, with a registration deadline in late April.

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML), is an annual, national high school mathematics team competition held simultaneously at four locations in the United States: the University of IowaPenn StateUniversity of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.[1] Past sites have included San Jose State UniversityRutgers UniversityUNLVDuke University, and University of Georgia.

    Teams consist of 15 members, which usually represent a large geographic region (such as a state) or a large population center (such as a major city). Some schools also field teams. The competition is held in June, on the first Saturday after Memorial Day.

    In 2022, 120 teams competed with about 1800 students.[2]

    ARML problems cover a wide variety of mathematical topics including algebrageometrynumber theorycombinatoricsprobability, and inequalitiesCalculus is not required to successfully complete any problem, but it may facilitate solving the problem more quickly or efficiently. While part of the competition is short-answer based, there is a cooperative team round, and a proof-based power question (also completed as a team). ARML problems are harder than most high school mathematics competitions.

    Instructor: Manny Norse

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