JAMES Mathematics Circle

The Junior Alberta Mathematics for Eager Students (JAMES) mathematics circle is a group of high-performing junior high school students that meets once per week. Participants explore problems from various mathematics competitions from around the world (Tournament of the Towns, Edmonton Junior High Invitational, International Mathematics Contest, etc.) and learn new problem solving techniques. Participants are exposed to many different areas within mathematics, such as number theory, graph theory, combinatorics, and geometry. All junior high school students (Grades 7-9, and keen Grade 6) interested in learning more mathematics and trying new problems are welcome to participate. The Fall 2022 session of JAMES is currently in session, we meet on Sunday afternoons from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. To register, visit our departmental Marketplace.


Math Acceler8 Tutoring for Indigenous high school students

Do you identify as Indigenous and are interested in a STEM career, but would like some extra support with your math course(s)?

Let Math Acceler8 assist you with your studies. Free dinner and tutoring every Wednesday from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the University of Alberta (North Campus). We offer support in Math 10C , Math 20-1 , Math 30-1 , and Math 31.

To register and obtain further information fill out the Google form.


Math Attack Society

Math Attack Society’s various mentoring programs are provided to connect Canadian youth with math, science, and technology. Participants form strong bonds, with a diverse group of junior high students, senior high school students, university students, and community members coming together in the spirit of collaboration and passion for mathematics.