At mathleague.org, we offer a number of services designed to promote math and problem solving abilities in individual or group settings. To find out more about any of these offerings, visit the appropriate links above.
Instructors at mathleague.org run short-term classes to help prepare students for math competitions and develop their problem-solving skills. Classes will be held throughout the school year in person and online. Visit the links above to find out more, or contact us if you would like to help organize one of these classes in your city.
While our instruction is primarily offered online, mathleague.org can conduct a workshop for students and/or teachers in your school, or you can invite participants from nearby schools as well. Workshops can be as short as one hour or as long as several hours a day for several days, depending on the depth of coverage you need. Past workshops have focused on such topics as:
- Developing Problem Solving Abilities
- Math Contest Preparation
- Training Teachers to Run Extracurricular Math Programs
At mathleague.org, we can pair you with a highly qualified tutor who can meet you in an online classroom or, depending on your location, in person. Subjects available for tutoring include:
- Mathematics at all levels
- High school physics and chemistry
- Standardized test preparation
- Contest preparation
Instructors at mathleague.org have taught one or two week day camps in various cities around the world including Silicon Valley, Houston, Tokyo, Singapore, Jakarta, Lucknow, and Cape Town. Links to upcoming camps are posted as they are announced. Feel free to contact us if you would like to help bring one of these camps to your city.
After each round of elementary or middle school contests is over, we host a live one-hour online workshop where one of our staff members walks you through how to do some of the more difficult questions from that Contest Problem Set. We take requests!