Summer Offerings

MathJam is a summer challenge experience for incoming students ages 10-13, 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.

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

Which classes should I take? 

Project MEGSSS offers courses which are designed for students who are self-motivated and desire math challenge, not students looking for remediation. Classes are available for students ages 10  (by August 1, 2023) to 13.

When should I register?

If you have an issue with registration please contact

Unless you have applied for financial aid, your seat can only be held once full payment is received. When applying for financial aid (this does not include students applying through the educator-directed scholarship program), you must pay a refundable $25 fee to hold your seat. This payment will be refunded if financial accommodations offered are insufficient to meet your needs.

For more information on financial aid, see below. Payment may be made online during online registration. Late registration fees apply after the above dates. Payment may be made via PayPal during registration. Late registration fees apply after the above dates. If a session is not large enough to justify a class, we will contact you to reschedule.

Financial Aid Options

We offer two financial aid programs. All applicants must have registered for courses, or the application will be denied.

1.      Families who are eligible for federal lunch programs are eligible for our educator-directed scholarship that streamlines the application process. In 2021, students in districts where all receive federal lunch programs must also meet an income test and provide income verification. Please inquire at

2.     For all others, financial aid applications are accepted online – apply here. Submission of the most recent federal tax return is required for this process.


Summer camp payments are considered final and no refunds or credits will be issued. Should a course be cancelled due to lack of enrollment we will contact you to begin the refund process. You will have the option of a full refund, converting the payment to a tax-deductible donation, or holding the payment as a credit toward future programming.