Looking to keep your mathlete occupied as we practice social distancing? Check out our classes below!
mathleague.org organizes a series of classes each year to help students develop problem solving skills and prepare for math contests. Our flat price means NO materials fee and NO additional costs! We believe our prices and quality of instruction compare very favorably with other contest preparation options. Before signing up for any extracurricular math class, be sure to compare prices and instructors to make sure you are getting the best value for your money!
Online classes will be held in a third-party classroom environment with full two-way audio and video capability; enrolled students will be given detailed instructions regarding how to access the classroom system. All online classes are recorded so students who miss class or want to review the lesson can access the recording later.
Our current list of upcoming classes is below; be sure to sign up early because space is limited! Click on the "more info" button to see a more detailed description of the course and a form allowing you to register for the course. Remember to check back frequently to see what additional classes we add to this list, and let us know if there are additional classes you'd like to see us offer.
|Name of Course
||Price Per Student
|Intermediate AMC8 Preparation (Fall 2021) ||Mondays, September 13 - November 8th ||online ||$295 || |
|AMC10/12 Contest Preparation (online) Fall 2021 ||Mondays, September 20 through November 8 ||online ||$240 || |
|Advanced AMC8 Preparation (Winter 2021 & 2022) ||Mondays, November 15 - January 17 (skipping 12/27) ||online ||$295 || |
|Number Sense Fundamentals I ||Tuesday, November 23rd ||online ||$40 || |
|Number Sense Fundamentals II ||Tuesday, November 30th ||online ||$40 || |
|Number Sense Fundamentals III ||Tuesday, December 7th ||online ||$40 || |
|AIME Contest Preparation (online) Winter 2022 ||Mondays, January 10th through February 7th ||online ||$240 || |
|USAJMO Contest Preparation (online) Winter 2022 ||Mondays, February 14 through March 14th ||online ||$240 || |
Can't attend every class meeting? Not to worry! All class sessions are recorded and made available for viewing at your convenience!
***Sign up for multiple classes and you will receive a 10% discount on all subsequent classes you take beyond the first one. You will also receive a 10% discount off your class registration fees for each additional student you refer to us; click on the "more info" link for more details.
About the Instructors
Doug Keegan - Doug has experienced competitive mathematics from all angles. As a competitor, Doug was a Top 25 finisher at National MATHCOUNTS and was recognized by the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association as the top student in Texas during his senior year of high school. Following his time as a competitor, he served as an assistant ARML Coach, principal contest author for Mathleague.org during its formative years, and as a MATHCOUNTS reviewer for nearly two decades. Over the years he has tutored and coached students of all levels and abilities. A software engineer by trade, Doug holds a BS in Applied Mathematics from Texas A&M University. Doug currently handles multiple responsibilities for mathleague.org, including principle contest author for our Elementary School and Middle School contest materials.
Tim Sanders - A former President of the American Regions Math League (ARML), Tim Sanders is currently the head coach for the San Francisco Bay Area ARML team. Tim is the founder and President of mathleague.org and has promoted math competitions on six continents. In addition to having several years experience as a classroom teacher, Tim has also taught a number of classes for Stanford's EPGY program, and he has taught AMC prep classes at all levels. Tim also developed the curriculum for the geometry class taught by Art of Problem Solving and has co-taught several classes for Art of Problem Solving.
Thinula De Silva - Thinula has won several awards in national and international mathematical competitions. He has represented the University of Toronto at the ARML and HMMT competitions and has received a Promissory Scholarship from the University of Waterloo, where he plans to further his studies in the field of mathematics. Thinula is the President of the Junior Online Mathematical Olympiad and the School Math Club. Additionally, he serves as the Head Problem Writer of the Mathematics Association of Toronto High Schools. He also writes many problems for mathleague.org and Proofathon and has taught AMC 8 Class at Olympiads School, Toronto. Thinula is the founder of the Math Is Fun program which increases enthusiasm in mathematics of young children by demonstrating effective problem solving strategies using fun activities at math camps and workshops.
Freya Edholm - Freya is an undergraduate at MIT majoring in Chemical-Biological Engineering and studying some amount of math and computer science as well. She qualified for the USNCO national exam three times, earning High Honors (top 50 nationally) in 2017. She was also an avid participant in math competitions, qualifying for the USAJMO, achieving a near-perfect AMC 12 score, and being boardmaster of a national championship ARML team. As a teaching assistant for Art of Problem Solving and a coach for the San Francisco Bay Area ARML teams, Freya has gained experience preparing students for math and chemistry competitions. In her free time, she enjoys developing math contests (like at mathleague.org), learning foreign languages, spending time with friends, and singing in the MIT Concert Choir.
Brad Zhang - During his high school career, Brad participated in a variety of mathematics competitions, qualifying for USAMO and ARML tiebreakers. Brad also has experience in competitive programming, reaching the USACO Platinum Division after three contests. Additionally, Brad served as an assistant coach to a MATHCOUNTS team and worked as a tutor for math and computer science. Currently, Brad is a undergraduate pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University, and helps develop mathleague.org tests.
Classes may also be co-taught by other mathleague.org staff members if enrollment is large enough; we will try to keep the student/teacher ratio as low as possible while still providing excellent value for your money.