---------------------------------WELCOME TO MARYLAND MATH CIRCLE ----------------------------------------Is math class too easy for you? Are you looking for a challenge? You've come to the right place!----

What is Math Circle? It is a program of courses founded in 1994, designed for students who enjoy mathematics and want the added challenge of exciting topics that are normally outside the school curriculum. Math Circle’s goal is to constantly challenge your mind. You’ll get to solve unusual problems and invent your own, apply existing knowledge in new situations, learn famous gems of mathematics, and explore the unknown. The Math Circle will open your eyes and increase your sensitivity to all the mathematics around us. Our main requirement is that you have an open mind and a willingness to work. MD Math Circle (MDMC) is not a tutoring or test preparation program. Classes focus on material you won’t encounter in the regular curriculum. We’ll help you develop reasoning and problem solving skills, and along the way will help you enjoy, appreciate, and expand your knowledge of mathematics.


Who is it for? Our program assumes that participants are already comfortable with regular school material, and introduces a lot of additional interesting topics and problems. It is for all middle school children who like math, and would like more of it.

When and where does it happen? The detailed schedule is in the calender on the right. Our classes will be most of the Saturdays throughout the year. They will be from 12:30 pm until 2:15 pm. The location is CSP campus. 7321 S. Parkway Dr. Hanover, MD 21076.

What is the structure of meetings?We will use Harkness method (Round table discussions) for all our meetings where all participants (not more then 10) will have round table discussions over some advance level math topics in Arithmetic, Algebra, Number Theory, Geometry, and Combinatorics.


Is there a fee? Yes there is a fee. But the first meeting is free of charge which will be on Saturday February 12. You must send an email to mathcirclemd@gmail.com if you are going to come.


Click here to see some sample questions from the Math Circle.