2018 CMS Camp participants standing in front of Alberta Legislature Building.

CMS Regional Camp

Each summer, Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) Regional Math Camps provide junior high school students with an interest in mathematics with a unique and unforgettable enrichment experience. Students who attend the camps leave with new friends, new ideas, and a new outlook on mathematics. Advanced math concepts are presented in a manner that is challenging yet still accessible. CMS Regional Math Camps allow students to experience math as never before through games, projects, experiments, and other fun activities. The camps also highlight the role of mathematics in everyday life. CMS Regional Math Camps are hosted across Canada. In Alberta, a CMS Regional Math Camp is hosted in alternate years by the University of Alberta (even years) and the University of Calgary (odd years).

Faculty of Science Summer Camp

Math Juniors (Going into Grades 3-4)  - Do you like math games and puzzles? Develop your mathematical thinking and learn strategies playing and creating mathematical games. At the end of the week create an interactive math exhibit that you will present to your parents and fellow campers.

Math Explorers (Going into Grades 5-6) - Puzzles, problems, and a SNAP Math Fair. Develop your mathematical thinking by solving puzzles, tackling problems, and developing sophisticated strategies to win mathematical games. End the camp by creating math exhibits that you will present to your parents and fellow campers.

For information about how to register for Faculty of Science Summer Camps visit the camps main page.

Alberta Mathematics Summer Institute

The Alberta Summer Mathematics Institute (ASMI) offers a fun, educational summer mathematics program. Its mission is to inspire exploration and research in mathematical studies. The ASMI is a day-style summer camp for high school students that runs over a four-week period, and takes place on the campus of the University of Alberta.