Project MEGSSS is a nonprofit, mathematics resource for all parents, teachers, and schools. We offer high challenge programming for math-talented students, designed to broaden their mathematics exposure and inspire students
to develop solid critical thinking skills.
Elements of MathFor 35 years, Project MEGSSS has offered access to the Elements of Mathematics, a curriculum written specifically for highly-talented mathematics students, who are identified by means of a nomination process and accepted solely on the basis of ability.
Coursework is offered to Elements-qualified students for up to 3 years, including summer programming, which also serves as excellent enrichment for high-ability students unable to commit to an after-school program.
For more information on our Elements after-school program, click HERE.
The Elements program accepts nominations of 5th and 6th grade students from educators and parents through the spring of each school year. Participants must qualify by testing.
To nominate a student, complete the online nomination form, also found in the "Newsflash" to the left. We confirm all nominations received by e-mail. A letter of invite, along with testing and program information, will follow during our nomination season, which begins in January.
#MathJam, a program of Project MEGSSS:
Our MathJam summer camp focuses on mathematics exposure and its relationship to STEM. This camp is designed for motivated, 4th-7th graders (rising 5th through 8th graders), seeking more mathematics challenge. Teacher recommendations are encouraged, but not required.
If your child is highly-talented (scoring in the 98th percentile on standardized tests) and in the 5th or 6th grade, we recommend that you first consider the Elements summer program, as it also serves as excellent enrichment, particularly for students at this level of ability.
For more information on #MathJam, click HERE.
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