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MathPath 2020 will be held remotely from Sunday, July 5 through Saturday, July 25. Click here for a message from our Interim Executive Director.
Registration & Fees. All students planning to attend Remote MathPath must submit the new Registration Form that will be sent via email. If you do not receive this form, please contact Program Director April Verser via email at email@example.com. The all-inclusive cost of the program is $2200, less any reductions due to early payment or sibling enrollment. Registration and full payment is due no later than May 31, 2020. Refunds of overpayment will be issued upon registration.
Financial Aid. Financial aid, in most cases, will be computed as described on our Fees and Financial Aid page, except aided tuition will be only 3% of adjusted taxable income rather than 4%.
Daily and Weekly Schedule. Students will be expected to attend MathPath programming on Monday-Saturday, with optional activities offered on Sundays. The program schedule will be mostly the same on Monday - Friday.
The activities and schedule for Sundays (July 12 and 19) will be finalized while the program is in session, and will be announced to students and families with sufficient notice for planning. We design these days with student interests in mind to create activities that will appeal to as many participants as possible.
Sunday, July 5 will be the Opening and Orientation Day, with required attendance of all students and open to attendance of family members. The schedule for July 5 will be released to families in June.
Saturday, July 25 will be the Closing Ceremonies, with required attendance of all students and open to attendance of family members. The schedule for July 25 will be released to families in July.
Required Forms & Submissions. All forms will be due no later than June 15, 2020 for students planning to attend Remote MathPath. Please carefully follow these instructions for submitting completed forms.
Faculty, Staff, and Counselors. To provide an adequate level of attention to students while online, we are increasing our staff-to-student ratio. Breakouts will contain approximately 12-18 students each, with one or two counselors present in each breakout along with the instructor. Counselor groups will average around 8 students, and will meet regularly throughout the day. We strive to build good relationships between all students at MathPath, and between staff and all students at MathPath, and intend for this to continue to be the case in a remote model.
International Students. We understand that the remote schedule of MathPath, which has been created to be ideal for students residing in North America, may not be reasonable for students outside of North/South America to attend. We encourage any student who plans to be located outside of the Americas during the Remote MathPath sessions to contact us before registering.
Not interested in attending Remote MathPath? Families that are registered for MathPath as of May 16, 2020 and no longer wish to attend Remote MathPath 2020 should write to Program Director April Verser at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to May 31, 2020 to request their withdrawal of registration. These families will recieve a full refund of all fees paid - MathPath will not retain the usual $100 administration fee for qualifying families. By default, acceptances may not be deferred to MathPath 2021 or a later MathPath session.