Math Camp 2019

We’re excited to announce the return of the SF Math Circle Math Camp! Like our Math Circles, our Summer 2019 Math Camp will offer students an opportunity to go beyond the typical classroom curriculum and experience the rich world of mathematics in new and exciting ways. Students will spend their time collaboratively exploring, solving problems, and making.


Program Details

  • Age: Math Camp is available for:

    • rising 2nd-3rd graders (students who will be in 2nd-3rd grade this fall)

    • rising 4th-6th graders (students who will be in 4th-6th grade this fall)

  • Dates: Please attend only ONE session:

    • June 10-14

    • June 24-28

  • Time: 9:00 - 3:00 daily

    • Extended Care is 8:00 - 9:00 and 3:00 - 6:00

  • Tuition: $450 per student (plus $15 per hour for Extended Care)


Is Math Circle Math Camp a good fit for my child?

Math Camp is a space for students who are excited about trying to figure things out and sharing what they’ve found. This is a very social and interactive environment, where students work collaboratively with each other and adult mathematicians on interesting and fun mathematical problems.  We are a community organization, and welcome students from a wide variety of backgrounds. We provide rich mathematical content in an engaging context, as well as lots encouragement and support, but the students much bring the rest — energy, interest, and an openness to try new things! For all students to have a positive experience, applicants should have a strong desire to attend Math Camp as well as a positive attitude towards collaborative learning and challenging exploration. 

Please be aware that we are not explicitly designed to help students improve their math skills. If we receive an application where we are unsure if the student is a good fit, we may contact you for additional information or cancel the registration. Please contact us in advance at mathcamp@sfmathcircle.org to ensure a good fit. 


Contact Us

If you have any questions, please email us at mathcamp@sfmathcircle.org.