Explore math in ways... and to a level... that you might not get to during the school year.

Summer Camps at Random Math

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Our Approach

The focus of this program is to hone problem solving skills, enrich analytic thinking and logical skills, create passion for math, supply students with tactics and knowledge crucial to excelling in competitions, and most important of all:

An Informal and Relaxed Setting

  • Master the art of problem solving
  • Make logical thinking a habit
  • Live and love the culture of co-opetition
  • Develop a life long association with Math

Each Camper is Engaged

  • Small classroom size (8-12 students)
  • Campers at same level instead of grade
  • Curiosity is encouraged and class participation is incentivized
Daily Schedule

A Day in the life of a Random Math Camper

08:30 am to 09:00 am: the camper is dropped off at the random math facility​​
09:00 am to 12:00 pm: he/she spends first half of the day working on math concepts designed for the day. for example, students in geometry camp can expect to learn how to find the area of a polygon, solve problems using properties of circles, etc.
12:00 pm to 01:30 pm: lunch, book reading, and strategy games such as settlers of catan, laser quest, etc.
01:30 pm to 04:30 pm: the camper will take specially designed mock tests to meet their goals for amc 8, amc 10, math counts, etc. he/she will then learn various solution approaches. he/she will also enhance their number sense, and problem solving skills as per the curriculum for the camp.
04:30 pm to 05:00 pm: the camper is picked up.
Camp Levels

Random Math has 4 Camps at 5 Levels

Camp Lambda

June 10 - June 14
(1 week)

Number Theory

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Camp Omega

June 17 - June 28
(2 weeks)


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Camp Theta

July 08 - July 26
(3 weeks)


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Camp Epsilon

July 29 - August 09
(2 weeks)

Counting And Probability

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Camp LevelsCamp Fees

Note: Registration to camp will be on a first come basis. A registration is considered complete only after full payments have been received. We may not be able to accommodate students once the spots are full.