Registration

Admission Testing

Project MEGSSS admissions testing for the 2021-2022 will take place online.

Testing will open soon and closes May 17th, 2021. Interested parents please complete our testing registration form here.

The fee to test is $65.00 (we will accept late registrations from May 17th- 21st with an additional $15 fee)

Once your registration is submitted, we will process your payment and build a testing profile for your student. You will receive an email from nomination@megsss.org with testing details, the timeframe, and login information within 3 days of receipt of your registration.

Our 2021-2022 admissions process will take place on a rolling basis through May 21st, 2021.

 


 

Summer Programs

MathJam is a summer challenge experience for incoming students ages 10-14, designed to:

  • Nurture mathematics interest in younger students,
  • Introduce middle school students to advanced topics not covered in a school setting, and
  • Provide activity-based experiences that allow students to make connections between mathematics, science, art, and literature.

Nominations and admission testing are not required for MathJam. Students should be interested in math exploration and score at the 90th percentile or higher on standardized tests. For 2021, MathJam is a 2-week online summer camp, offered in both June and July. We also have an online bonus week of Puzzles and Programming, one of our  most popular MathJam courses!

We have an exicting summer of online enrichment planned for your children. Let's keep the summer slump at bay while we have fun with math!

MathJam21 is offered in two-week sessions: 

Additional Summer Programs:

  • Puzzles & Programming: 9AM to noon | July 26-30 | $275 Register here
  • Logic Bootcamp: 8:30 to 11:30 AM | June 7-11 or Aug. 2-6 | $275 Register here

Note: Logic Bootcamp requires completion of Operational Systems before the course begins. Registration is available here

Summer Course for Current Elements Students:

Prerequisite notes: Elements courses are available for current Elements students. Advanced Digital Logic is available to Elements students who have completed Operational Systems and Chapters 1 and 2 of Book 1 Logic.

 


 

Our Handbook and Calendar are below:

Student and Parent Handbook

Elements 2020/21 Calendar