UCC Math Select brings the thrill of competition to the math arena, training students to write and excel at North America’s most popular math contests — including the Waterloo and American contests.
The program is open to eligible boys and girls in grades 5 through 12 at any school, not just Upper Canada College. Students in grades 5 to 8 don't need experience writing math contests, as instructors will prepare them with the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve the best possible results. They just need a love of math and the desire to take it to the next level. Students interested in the senior program should have some math contest writing experience in order to fully benefit from the program (AMC score of 60 or higher preferred).
Next Session Info:
The next session will begin October 11, 2018. Registration is now closed, if you would like to inquire about space availability, please contact Heather McCall at email@example.com.
LOCATION: Upper Canada College, 200 Lonsdale Rd., room 223 (students check in with reception at the main entrance on the first day of class, clock tower building) JUNIOR GRADES 5-8: 6-week session on Thursdays, October 11 to November 22, 2018 (no class on Nov. 1) SENIOR GRADES 9-12: 8-week session on Thursdays, October 11 to November 29, 2018 (no class on Nov. 1) TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. COST: $75 per session for all students, payable on the first day of class by cheque
For more information contact Byung Chun at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-488-1125 ext. 3318.
UCC Math Select Coaches
Byung Chun This UCC math teacher started writing contests in Grade 2 when he won the Gauss contest in the Vancouver region, and he’s never looked back. As a high school competitor, Chun won the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad and earned three medals at the International Mathematical Olympiad. More recently, he’s been the academic organizer for the Canadian National Math Camp and a regular lecturer at Toronto Math Circles. Chun joined the UCC faculty in 2012 and has been working with students to foster a healthy math atmosphere.