Bringing extraordinary young women together, through math.

About

Women face unique obstacles in math contests. We know what it's like being the only girl in the room, at contest after contest. It's isolating and demotivating. And because of this, we're missing out on the incredible opportunities offered by math contests.

We're a nonprofit whose mission is to both provide high-quality, low-cost contest math classes for ambitious girls as well as create a community of math girls, from all levels of success, age, and experience, that can support each other on their math journey. We believe in the power of community and of women to help each other succeed. We are a non-profit organization comprising current and former competitors ranging from MOPpers, USAMO qualifiers, and more—both women and men.

Winter Program

Two weeks of math and fun, held in-person at Irving House at Harvard. Taught by experienced math contest competitors: our instructors are almost all alumni of the Math Olympiad Program. Designed to prepare students for contests like the AMC 10/12 and AIME, and to give them access to a supportive community.

Students take two hours of class each day and spend three more solving problems, under the mentorship of our staff. Outside of class, they’ll visit the aquarium, go ice skating, enjoy boba, and take a tour of the premier colleges in the area: Harvard and MIT.

The 2021 Winter Program has a fee of $2200 for residential students ($1700 for day students), and we offer significant need-based financial aid. Deadline to apply is October 3rd, 11:59 pm PT. Apply here.

Virtual Program

In one sentence: a math summer camp, but virtual and during the school year. Our program is a mix of both math and community-building, where you do a lot of math and also get to know some other wonderful people while you're at it.

The core of the virtual program is a six-lesson math class. Our teachers are selected from the highest levels of math contests. They bring the experience and knowledge students need to succeed with the flexibility to design their own curriculum. Along with the class, Athemath also provides office hour sessions where students can ask for help on their classes' homework or any other math questions.

Also included in our program are program-wide math events, community building events, a virtual lounge, and relaxed get-to-know-you chats.

One 3-month course has a class fee of $90 and we offer financial aid that waives the class fee for qualifying students.

Contribute In order to bring the best teachers to our students, cover costs, and offer a financial aid program, we depend on the generosity of our donors.
Contact us You can reach us through email at contact@athemath.org. Email is the preferred contact method.
About

Women face unique obstacles in math contests. We know what it's like being the only girl in the room, at contest after contest. It's isolating and demotivating. And because of this, we're missing out on the incredible opportunities offered by math contests.

We're a nonprofit whose mission is to both provide high-quality, low-cost contest math classes for ambitious girls as well as create a community of math girls, from all levels of success, age, and experience, that can support each other on their math journey. We believe in the power of community and of women to help each other succeed. We are a non-profit organization made up of current and ex-competitors made of MOPpers, USAMO qualifiers, and more, both women and men.

Winter Program

Two weeks of math and fun, held in-person at Irving House at Harvard. Taught by experienced math contest competitors: our instructors are almost all alumni of the Math Olympiad Program. Designed to prepare students for contests like the AMC 10/12 and AIME, and to give them access to a supportive community.

Students take two hours of class each day and spend three more solving problems, under the mentorship of our staff. Outside of class, they’ll visit the aquarium, go ice skating, enjoy boba, and take a tour of the premier colleges in the area: Harvard and MIT.

The 2021 Winter Program has a fee of $2200 for residential students ($1700 for day students), and we offer significant need-based financial aid. Deadline to apply is October 3rd, 11:59 pm PT. Apply here.

Virtual Program

In one sentence: a math summer camp, but virtual and during the school year. Our program is a mix of both math and community-building, where you do a lot of math and also get to know some other wonderful people while you're at it.

The core of the virtual program is a six-lesson math class. Our teachers are selected from the highest levels of math contests. They bring the experience and knowledge students need to succeed with the flexibility to design their own curriculum. Along with the class, Athemath also provides office hour sessions where students can ask for help on their classes' homework or any other math questions.

Also included in our program are program-wide math events, community building events, a virtual lounge, and relaxed get-to-know-you chats.

One 3-month course has a class fee of $90 and we offer financial aid that waives the class fee for qualifying students.

Contribute
In order to bring the best teachers to our students, cover costs, and offer a financial aid program, we depend on the generosity of our donors.
Contact us
You can reach us through email at contact@athemath.org. Email is the preferred contact method.