Now accepting applications for the 2018 AwesomeMath Summer Program!

AwesomeMath Summer Program

It is an intensive summer camp for mathematically gifted students from around the globe. It is designed for bright middle and high school students who wish to hone their problem solving skills in particular and further their mathematics education in general. Many of our participants seek to improve their performance on contests such as AMC10/12, AIME, or USAMO.


The AwesomeMath Summer Experience

What makes this camp different? We emphasize collaborative problem solving and provide enriching activities within a community of gifted mathematicians from all over the world.

Our camp balances a rigorous mathematics curriculum and program, with a wide-range of activities that allow our campers to connect on multiple levels. Sports, games, and our talent show, are a few examples at the residential camps. AwesomeMath campers are so much more than their math abilities. They are scientists, musicians, engineers, and, of course, mathematicians with multiple worldviews, cultures, and backgrounds. This creates a unique experience: Collaboration, connections, and community – our campers find mentors and peers who can make a positive impact on their future.

We offer residential and day options. The daily schedule and activities for the residential camps will differ slightly from the day ones.

Research Program

Learn what it takes to do research while also building your college resume, working on fascinating projects, and collaborating with exemplary peers. Choose from three different projects, depending on the location you choose.

Research Program curriculum and project have been announced!



International Influence

Much of the AwesomeMath experience revolves around expanding our students’ worldview. We want them to see past the standard curriculum, past their own methods for problem solving, and past the borders of their own city/state/country.

Our staff and students come together from all over the world. They share their love of mathematics. They share their culture. They share their problem-solving styles and methods. This allows for personal growth, and in today’s global economy, crossing borders, not just of knowledge, but geographical, is more important than ever.