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Breakthrough New York
http://www.btny.org/
Six-years of tutoring, classes and more to get ready for college. Runs year-round, including summers and the school yearCollege students teach promising middle & high school kids math, reading, writing and science to help them get ready for collegeSmart, low-income 6th grade through high school
Application process has several stages. Email admissions@btny.org by mid-February to sign up for a family information session, and check website for parts one and two of the application, due in March
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College Now @ Hunter College
http://collegenow.cuny.edu/about-college-now/
Free classes taught by Hunter faculty to prepare high-schoolers for college work during fall and spring semestersExplore areas of interest not covered in school and get academic credit for high school or collegeClasses are geared towards 11th and 12th graders
Fall applications due early June, spring applications due in December
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Courant Splash (cSplash) @ NYU
http://www.cims.nyu.edu/~csplash/
Day-long math workshops and talks one Saturday in AprilSchmooze with math geeks in workshops like "Surprising Probabilities," "The Math in Money" and "Wireless Communications"High school students
Check website in late March/early April for sign up link
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MathMatters!
http://nycmathmatters.org/
An after-school enrichment program where high school students teach discrete mathematics to middle school studentsLearn about topics like game theory, graph theory, number theory, and other fun mathematics that are not normally taught in math class
High school students from any school may participate as tutors; middle school students must attend a participating school
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Pushkin Academy’s Math-M-Addicts Program
http://www.pushkinacademy.com/en/pamm/
Low-cost math for math-lovers on Saturday mornings at PS 6 during the school yearStudents work alone and on teams to solve multi-step math problemsMiddle and high school studentsOngoing
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Williams College Math Camp (WCMC)
http://sites.williams.edu/mathcamp/
A free, one-week residential math camp
Number Theory & The Art of Mathematical Thinking: students will learn to explore the theory of numbers by asking thoughtful questions, working out examples, looking for patterns, making conjectures, and finally, proving their results
High school students who have completed or are currently enrolled in Algebra 2 or its equivalent
Application process has several stages. Email admissions@btny.org by mid-February to sign up for a family information session, and check website for parts one and two of the application, due in March
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Applications are due in April
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MathABC.com
http://www.mathabc.com/math-test
A free online website to practice skillsDrills range from times tables to telling time to graphsGrades K-6
No application, program ongoing
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Top Honors
http://www.tophonors.org/
Free math help on Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings during the school yearMath games and exercises to boost lagging skills; kids earn fake dollars to win prizes for good workMiddle school studentsOngoing
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