WAMC GAIM team places 3rd in the US

Please join me in congratulating our WAMC teams on their outstanding performance at Girls' Adventures in Math on April 30.

Three of our teams placed among the top teams in the region.


Elementary Teams

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3rd in the United States

Olivia Cheng, Avani Daftuar, Selene Li , and Ella Zhu

Middle School Teams

Blue Wolves 2

3rd in the Northeast

Mira Browning, Livia Low, Anika Shah, and Avery Xu

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7th in the Northeast

Victoria Chen,  Youhan Liang, Dhayashree Ravi, and Yunong Wu

Many thanks to Sophie Li and Sarah Hu who coached the elementary and middle school teams respectively.

Special thanks to Jing Liu and Mingzhi Chen for being parent coordinators.

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Westchester Area Math Circle (WAMC) is a free math circle started in 2012.  In 2013, it moved to Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY and is organized by Professor Paul Ellis.  We host a variety of free meetings and classes throughout the year. See our Schedule page for a list of upcoming topics and guest speakers.

We are grateful to Manhattanville College and Professor Christopher Pappas for providing space and support to our math circle.

In addition to our various free workshops and classes, we send teams from our middle/high school participants to area math competitions, including the Harvard-MIT Math Contest, the Princeton University Math Competition, the Exeter Math Club Competition, and the American Regions Math League.

Details about joining these teams are sent over the email list, but you may also email westchesterareamathcircle@gmail.com with specific questions.

Westchester Area Math Circle (WAMC) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible.  Please consider supporting  WAMC.   

A note about age.

We are often asked what ages our math circle meetings are for.  We believe that math is for people of all ages.  There is a hidden assumption in our society that doing math is 'only for kids' or 'for school.'  We disagree.  Everyone, even adults, is allowed to have fun doing math.  Nevertheless, some things, like our Advanced Contest Math Class, assume some level of knowledge.  Let the topics be the guide.