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“It was the first summer math program in which I didn't complain about getting up early in the morning.”


The New York Math Circle offers interested students an opportunity to develop reasoning and problem solving skills through exploration of Mathematics. Read more about us here. And check out some problems for a taste of Mathematics we enjoy.

Status - Spring 2017 Registration Information

Saturdays, February 4 - May 20, 2017 (NYU) & Sundays, February 5 - May 21, 2017 (NYU & Queens College) Registration will open by mid-December.
Spring 2017 Class Offerings.

College Bridge
is a new class for our most advanced students.

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  • Saturday, December 10, 2017, 4 - 5:45pm. Special Guest Speaker - Dr. Po-Shen Loh will be speaking on "Deduction." Dr. Loh is a Carnegie Mellon Math Professor, National lead coach, USA Intl Math Olymp Team, Founder of expii.com - ‎Carnegie Mellon University, Director of the national Math Olympiad summer program, and head coach of the USA team to the International Math Olympiad. Current students will be given priority seating. Parents and friends will be seated on a first come first-served basis.
  • Tentative Summer HS Program Schedule - July 17 - August 3, 2017
  • Our First Newsletter!
  • Our Summer High School Program has been honored by the American Math Society as one of its Epsilon programs for 2016.
  • Some talks given at NYMC are available on our Youtube channel

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At NYMC students will encounter a wide range of topics, solve challenging problems, make exciting discoveries, and meet fascinating people. Exceptional instructors teach intriguing and challenging yet very accessible Mathematics in an informal and friendly atmosphere. We call it a rich mathematical experience. Read more about our student classes, or read what students themselves have to say.


In addition to student Math Circles, NYMC offers courses for teachers, to encourage and support excellent teaching of Mathematics. You can read their comments.