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Math camps for high school students 1-866-SMS-MATH (767-6284) English Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Filipino French Persian Russian Spanish Swahili LOG IN Home Blog Education Tips Parenting Tips Student Tips Educator’s Tips Promotions Reviews FAQ Contact RTG News Magazine PromotionsRefer UsReview Us Share Your Experience or Sign up Summer Camps Give High School Student’s an Academic Edge By Spirit of MathMarch 24, 2017 0 Back to Home Tweet In the ultra-competitive world of post-secondary school admissions, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have a touch of flair on your application. By taking advantage of after-school classes and math camps for high school students, applicants looking to enter Canada’s most prestigious university programs can gain an upper hand in the admission process. Offered by universities and private organizations throughout the country, supplementary math programs help high-performing teenagers bridge the gap between where their day-school education ends and where their thirst for advanced knowledge begins. Standing out from the Pack It’s no secret that the admissions process for Canada’s top universities is highly competitive. The University of Western Ontario for example, requires that high school graduates seeking admission to the school’s engineering undergraduate program obtain a mid-year average in the high 80s. In 2012, according to MacLean’s Magazine, the average entering grade for first-year students at McGill University was a towering 90.3 per-cent. With admission standards as high as they are, standing out from the pack of thousands of applicants with some extra-curricular activities certainly helps. Showing university admissions panels that your spare time isn’t spent loafing around the house, but rather spent enhancing your knowledge at an summer or after-school mathematics camp lets them know you’re prepared for the challenges that lie ahead at their institution. When Day School Isn’t Enough High-performing students demand a challenge and sometimes, their day-school doesn’t always provide it. That’s where camps and after-school programs step in. Canada Math Camp – a summer program for grade 8-10 students offered by the University of Toronto’s Mathematics Department – for example, "takes a student’s interest in mathematics to the next level.” The invitation-only program features an intensive week of math competition preparation coupled with guest lectures from U of T mathematics faculty members. Programs such as Canada Math Camp tackle complex concepts not touched on in high school curriculums with collaborative group work, engaging activities and preparation for advanced mathematics contests. According to Kim Langen, CEO at Spirit of Math Schools (SOM) - an after-school math program for high-performing students – programs like SOM and summer camps keep bright minds sharp in the off-season and give students something that they can "dig their teeth into.” "There are so many very interesting ideas in math that just simply cannot be introduced in the regular school because of time constraints,” she explains. "A good program for a high-performing student should be exposing them to other ideas, and getting the students to stretch their minds.” "Teaching a topic just to say that it has been covered is not sufficient. They must go deeper into topics and be given the opportunity to explore and discover the more complex ideas within them. This means taking more time on each topic. A strong math program develops concepts slowly and intently so that one idea can be linked directly to another.” The University of Waterloo for example, according their admissions requirements for the undergraduate mathematics/Business admistarion program, stronglhy encourages that applicants write the Euclid Mathematics Contest. According to their website, "Results of the contest will be used in scholarship decisions and possibly admission decisions for programs in the Faculty of Mathematics.” Math programs outside of the day-school curriculum help students prepare for these challenges. Gaining Perspective One of the biggest challenges facing a 16 or 17-year-old high school student whose graduation looms on the horizon is having to choose an area of concentration for their post-secondary education. At such a young age, it is very difficult to set your career trajectory, especially when you’re a high-performer excelling in a multitude of subjects. Math camps for high school students help future undergrads gain a deeper perspective of where they’d like to apply their knowledge, whether it’s in the sciences, engineering, information technology, or another discipline. The Helix Summer Science Initiative is a summer program for high-performing students run by York University focusing on physics, astronomy, applied mathematics and other scientific areas. According to one HSSI attendee, the camp helped her discover whether or not a career in the sciences is something she wanted to pursue academically. "I choose to do this program so I could get a taste of what it’d be like,” she explains in a promotional video on the camp’s website. "What it’s done is it’s given me a good idea of what it’d be like, and it’s actually motivated me into maybe going into the sciences. I used to think it would be exciting, but at the same time boring. This has proven to me that the sciences can be fun.” From robotics to coding, there are a wide range of camps for high school students that help them apply their mathematics skills to other areas so that they can expand their horizons, gain a greater perspective of where they’d like to focus those skills, and strengthen their university application. Through group projects, experiments, and other engaging activities, camps and other supplementary programs give students a deeper understanding of the role math plays in day-to-day life and their future career. Back to Home Share Your Experience or Sign up Engage with the Spirit of Math online community! Ask questions, contribute content, leave reviews and read compelling stories from industry experts OPEN HOUSES REGISTER NOW FREE TRIAL CLASSES Popular Posts Categories Home Blog Education Tips Parenting Tips Student Tips Educator’s Tips Promotions Reviews FAQ Contact RTG News Magazine Subscribe Newsletter See what's new! 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