SCHOLARSHIPS (merit-based reductions)
There are merit scholarships for three groups of students.
1. AMC8 Perfect Scorers
All students with perfect scores in the AMC8 competition are eligible for a scholarship of $250 to attend for four weeks. Perfect scorers who are younger and opt to attend camp for two weeks are eligible for $125.
2. MathCounts National Winners
There is one full scholarship of $4500 for the boy scoring highest among boys from grade 6 or 7 in the written part of the national competition.
There is one full scholarship of $4500 to the girl scoring highest among girls from grade 6 or 7 in the written part of the national competition.
3. MathCounts State Winners
The four state winners from each state in the MathCounts state competitions are eligible for a scholarship of $250 for four weeks, $125 for two weeks.
Each scholarship is good for one year. For instance, if a student receives an AMC8 perfect score in Fall 2008, the scholarship is good for MathPath 2009 but not for MathPath 2010 (unless the student gets a perfect
score again in Fall 2009).
A student can get more than one scholarship up to a maximum of $4500. Thus a student who is an AMC8 perfect scorer and who is also a MathCounts state winner gets a scholarship of $500 to attend for four weeks and pays the remaining fee of $4000.
However, scholarships cannot be combined with
financial aid (need-based reductions).
You may take one or the other, whichever lowers your tuition the most.