Austin Math Circle
Austin Math Circle was established to support middle and high school students in Austin, TX who are interested in high level math competitions. Our sponsored events are open to all interested students, regardless of their school affiliation. We offer administration of AMC exams on official AMC dates, as well as occasional Saturday contests and week-end prep sessions for AIME and USAMO. Math Circle administrators will be working with SMMG at UT, with area middle and high school teachers, and with students and parents, to promote opportunities for top math students in Austin.
Our activities and meetings are located at Hyde Park Church of Christ, 310 W. 43rd, Austin TX 78765. This is approximately 2 miles north of the UT Campus. There is ample free parking. Austin Math Circle has no religious affiliation.
2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR
AMC-8 Tues 14 Nov 2017
11am-12pm, Hyde Park Church of Christ
Practice Contest Sat 20 Jan 2018
9 am-1pm, Hyde Park Church of Christ
F = ma Exam Tues 23 Jan 2018
9am - 11am, Hyde Park Church of Christ
AMC-10/12 A Wed 7 Feb 2018
time 10-11:30 am, Hyde Park Church of Christ
AMC 10/12 B Thurs 15 Feb 2018
time 10-1:30 am, Hyde Park Church of Christ
AIME I Tues 6 March 2018
deferred to UT
AIME II Wed 21 March 2018
8:45 am - 12:15 pm. NEW TIME, to comply with AMC preference
Hyde Park Church of Christ
USAMO Wed & Thurs 18 & 19 April 2018
in official AMC time window, Hyde Park Church of Christ
ARML Local will be offered on a weekend in the spring. Date and time TBD, but probably April. This is patterned on the event that Texas travels to every year. There will be a short answer individual round. After that, the individual results will be used to organize students from different schools into six person Gold, Silver, or Bronze teams to work on team and relay events.
We plan to offer the high school Purple Comet contest on a weekend in the spring. Date and time TBD, but probably April. This is a free, on-line, international, team mathematics competition. We will create mixed teams on site, combining students from different schools.