
High School Students and Teachers
Summer Programs
Mathematics Help

Research Projects for Students

AMS publishes the helpful MSRI Mathematical Circles Library series

What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences is a print publication with articles that explain current mathematical work to the educated layperson. Sample articles can be downloaded.

This Mathematical Month features monthly postings of vignettes on people, publications, and mathematics to inform and entertain

Calculus.org features calculus help and an annual student prize

Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers

Frank Potter's Science Gems  Mathematics is a guide to websites, arranged by mathematical topic

Cornell University "Numb3rs" site has many learning activities coordinated to each episode of the CBS series "Numb3rs"

Math for Morons Like Us contains math help, sorted by topic

MathsChallenge contains monthly problems plus codebreaking challenges.

The Prime Pages has prime number research, records, and resources

Mathematics Contests, Competitions, and Problem Sets includes Problems of the Week (POW) websites with brief descriptions

Math is Fun website has many K12 math concepts explained in easy language, plus puzzles and games, worksheets, and a forum.

EquPlushas science and math equations

Mathwords demystifies the terminology used in mathematics
Local Math Clubs and Events

PRIMES Program for Research In Mathematics, Engineering, and Science for high school students living in the Greater Boston area.

Arnold Ross Lectures for talented high school students, an annual AMS event. Location varies

National Association of Math Circles has information on existing math circle programs as well as international resources and summer programs

Mathematics Field Days for New England High School Students (Boston University, held each Fall)

Sonya Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Days (Association for Women in Mathematics; location varies)

Berkeley Math Circle for talented high school students meets weekly

Math Circle at the University of South Alabama

Saturday Morning Math Group (University of Texas at Austin) A popular series of lectures and activities for high school students

The Math Circle, Cambridge, MA offers classes, activities, and talks for young people

Mathematics Awareness Month sponsored by the AMS, ASA, MAA and SIAM
Online Magazines for High School Students
Posters and Tools
Careers
Math Competitions and Contests
Questions? Contact the AMS Membership and Programs Department Email AMS Membership and Programs Department

