CAMP has completed its 8th cycle in the summer of 2021. The Creative and Analytical Math Program (CAMP) is a non-residential academic math program for students moving up to grades 6–9 in the fall who have a strong grasp of school mathematics and want to explore, in a relaxed setting, topics not included in the school curriculum.
- The program ran August 2–6, 2021 online.
- For students currently in grades 5–8.
- The full cost was $275, with need-based financial aid available to invited students.
- Math, computer science, and art classes along with various activities are led by experienced and inspiring instructors, assisted by Bard College math majors.
CAMP is an inspiring mathematical enrichment opportunity. Engaging classes and activities are led by experienced educators and undergraduate math majors. We emphasize hands-on math, teamwork, outside-the-box thinking and creative problem-solving. Students who are comfortable experimenting and happy to solve puzzles enjoy the connection of math to art, and computer science.
CAMP has been recognized twice by the American Mathematical Society with Epsilon Awards. CAMP was also supported by the Mathematical Association of America with Dolciani Math Enrichment Grants for the first 3 summers.
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