Last Updated: 11/18/2010
Saint Mary’s College of CA
Application Deadline: Dec. 15
(SMC) 2 2011 – A Residental Summer Math Camp for Mathematically Gifted High-School students.
St. Mary’s has been given a grant by the Math Association of America (MAA) to run a math enrichment program and are therefore able to offer it entirely for free to students (except for a small deposit, which will be refunded to participants.)
The camp will run from June 26th to July 1st, 2011 and will be residential. Participating students will stay on campus in the Saint Mary’s Science Residence Hall and the program will focus on strengthening and inspiring students’ interest in Mathematics.
They are looking for current high school juniors, with exceptional sophomores being considered. Get more information and to download the application go to: http://math.stmarys-ca.edu/SMC2.html
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