Registration Forms and Information
Mathematical Olympiad Contest Preparation - 2018-2019
For Elementary and Middle School Students
Contest Preparation - Applied Mathematics Challenge
~ In the Spirit of Invention© ~
~ The Invention of Math Problem Solving
If you have missed the registration
please contact me directly about possible placement!
The Math Club accepts students year round with
customized "catch-up" materials/plans developed.
Tutoring is available by appointment.
The Math Club: Fall and Winter Math! - Mathematical
Olympiad Contest Preparation - 2017-2018
Start with the Class Schedule
page to review and decide on the class session that you want to attend.
The registration forms in Adobe
PDF format for the 2017-2018 sessions can be downloaded from:
The Math Club: Welcome and Introduction
The Math Club: Invitation
The Math Club: Mathematical Olympiad
Sessions - Program Summary Information 2017-2018
The Math Club: Fall Math
Term-I Registration Form Mathematical Olympiad Session
The Math Club: Winter
Math Term-II Registration Form Mathematical Olympiad Session
The Math Club - Spring Math! - Applied Mathematics
Challenge Contest - 2018!
The Math Club: Invitation
Letter to the Applied Mathematics Challenge - 2018
Club: Spring Special Topics - Term-III Registration Form Applied
Mathematics Challenge Session 2018 (New update!)
The Math Club: Summer Math 2018!
- Algebra ~ In the Spirit of How Numbers Behave
- Pre-Algebra / Algebra-I
- Algebra-II / Geometry
The Math Club:
Summer Algebra and Geometry Classes - 2018
The Math Club - General Information and Downloads
MIT - ALUMNI LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE - ALC Draws MIT Enthusiasts for
Fun, Learning - September 2008
Joe Quigley was invited to speak on a panel session at the Alumni Leadership
Conference's sessions on the K-12 Initiative.
2008 MIT - ALC HIGHLIGHTS - Alumni Promote Hands-on Science and Math - September
Excerpt about Joe Quigley from the MIT-ALC conference:
...When Joe Quigley ME '86, president of Quigley Scientific Corporation,
began the Math Club in Lexington, MA, 12 years ago, he borrowed his initial
materials from the Mathematical Olympiad. That makes sense since the club's
focus is to help third through eight grade students have fun and prepare
for the annual Mathematical Olympiad Contest and the Applied Mathematics
Challenge Contest. His goal is for students to achieve a perfect score-and
his students have been remarkably successful. Some 11 percent of all the
U.S. Math Olympiad perfect scores come from his Math Club students. "Kids
learn from one another," he says. "I group third through fifth
graders together. Peer group interaction is awesome."
Boston Globe - "Math wizard develops young apprentices in Lexington - Consultant
creates mathematic minds" By Diana Brown, Globe Correspondent |
September 22, 2005
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The Math Club in the Lexington news
- July 8, 2004
The Math Club - Video Introduction
(Please make sure your speaker volumne is on.)
The Adobe PDF reader can be downloaded from: http://www.adobe.com/downloads
Download: Application for the Spring Math - 2018!
Now accepting applications for The Math Club classes.
"Work hard. Work smart. Check your
answers!" J. Quigley
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