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Fall In-Person Programs: Text
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Level A - Grades 2 - 3    Saturdays 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Level B - Grades 4 - 5    Saturdays 9:00 am - 11:30 am

  • We offer math enrichment studies for students that are looking for extra challenge. Based around several math competitions, our classes offer a math experience that is extremely difficult to find in regular math classes. We use AOPS and Beast Academy curriculum as well as our own materials to give students an edge that will help them for years to come.​​

  • Each session is standalone. We don't follow a strict topic order. Concepts are introduced and mastered by repeated exposure to a variety of questions on separate sessions.

  • Sessions are held on Saturdays

  • Each session is 150 minutes and booked separately. The fee for each 150-min session is $25

  • Payments are invoiced at the end of each month, based on the number of sessions attended. No advanced payment is required.

Fall In-Person Programs: About


Competitions are biweekly.

Level A (Grades 2-3) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Week 1)

Level B (Grades 4-5) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm (Week 1)

Level C (Grades 6-7) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Week 2)

Level D (Grades 7-8) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm (Week 2)

Fee: $15 

We will host a series of competitions called The Omega Math Tournament (TOMaTo) on each Sunday. Every Sunday, there will be two competitions targeting different grade levels. Elementary competitions (Levels A & B) will be held one week and middle school ones (Levels C & D) will be hosted the next. We will recognize top 5 placements in each grade level. Students can compete at any competition at or above their grade level. If a student competes at a higher level, he/she will be ranked among the lowest official grade recognized for that level. (A 3rd grade student competing at a Level B will be treated as a 4th grade student.  A 5th grade student competing at Level D - not recommended for most students- will be treated as a 7th grader)

Question and content difficulty will increase at higher levels. In addition, the levels have different format based on what is important and appropriate. In general, arithmetic fluency is more important at lower grades in order to build a strong foundation, while advanced problem-solving skills and use of calculators are expected at high levels. Here is the format summary for each competition level.

Level A (Grades 2-3): Includes Fluency and Sprint Rounds

Level B(Grades 4-5): Includes Fluency, Sprint, and Target Rounds

Level C & D (Grades 6-7 & 7-8): Include Fluency, Sprint, and Target Rounds. Fluency Round does not contribute to score. It is only used as a tie-breaker. 


Please e-mail for signing up or additional questions. 

Fall In-Person Programs: About
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