Programs

The Chesapeake Math Program sponsors teams or individual students in the following programs. Advanced middle school students may participate in the high school programs.

First Place winners, Johns Hopkins Math Tournament, Howard Area Homeschoolers, Spring 2006

First Place winners, Johns Hopkins Math Tournament, Howard Area Homeschoolers, Spring 2006

  • American Regions Math League (ARML), Penn State tournament, high school
  • American Regions Math League (ARML), Power Contest, high school
  • American Regions Math League (ARML), Local Contest, high school
  • American Math Competitions, Eighth grade and below (AMC-8)
  • American Math Competitions, Tenth grade and below (AMC-10)
  • American Math Competitions, Twelfth grade and below (AMC-12)
  • American Invitational Math Examination (AIME), invitation only, high school
    • Students qualify by taking the AMC-10 or AMC-12
  • USA Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO, junior or┬ásenior level, invitation only, high school
    • Students qualify by taking the AIME
  • Carderock Math Tournament, middle school
  • Chesapeake Math Bowl, all grades, K-12
  • Johns Hopkins Math Tournament (JHMT), high school
  • Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT), high school.
  • Mandelbrot, high school. The Mandelbrot is currently on hiatus, but will resume in 2017.
  • Maryland Mathalon, middle school
  • MathCounts, School, Chapter, State, National, middle school
    • Students/teams must qualify for the Chapter, State, and National tournaments.
  • Math Counts Recognition dinner for Mathletes, middle school (and family and friends)
  • Math Kangaroo, all grades, K-12
  • Math Olympiad for Middle and Elementary School Students (MOEMS)
  • Perennial Annual Math Tournament, elementary and middle school
  • Princeton Math Tournament (PUMaC), high school
  • Purple Comet, high school and middle school
  • University of Maryland High School Math Contest (UMD contest), high school
  • United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) Local exam, high school
  • United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO), invitation only, high school
    • Students qualify by taking the Local exam and being nominated by their coach.
  • USA Physics Team F=MA test, high school
  • USA Physics Olympiad, invitation only, high school
    • Students qualify by taking the F=ma test.

Classes Offered

  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Algebra III
  • Geometry
  • Precalculus and Trigonometry
  • Calculus
  • Differential Equations (single variable and partial)
  • Linear Algebra
  • Chemistry Olympiad training
  • Physics Olympiad training
  • Mathematical Methods of Physics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • USAMO/AIME/AMC training
  • Problems solving for high school students
  • Problem solving for middle school students
  • Problem solving for elementary school students
  • Math club and game time for 6-7 year olds (currently on hiatus)