Emory Math Circle

Photos from our 2016 Math Festivals

Welcome to Emory Math Circle

Is there a last prime? Are there more decimals than fractions? If questions like these spark your interest and imagination (and you're in grades 6 - 12), then the Emory Math Circle is for you!

The Spring 2017 session of Emory Math Circle will meet on Saturdays at the Mathematics and Science Center on Emory's campus. Math Circle is split into six sections of four levels (for more information about them, see the registration page):

What is Emory Math Circle?

Emory Math Circle is a free math enrichment program for middle school and high school students in the Atlanta area. Our goal is to teach students how to think both logically and creatively while sparking and developing in them a passion for mathematics. We want to expose students to topics outside of the standard mathematics curriculum and let them experience the mathematical process of asking questions, making conjectures, and working to prove them. Our sessions are interactive, fun, and challenging.


Emory Math Circle is a program of Emory Math and CS Department. We also receive funding from the National Security Agency via the National Association of Math Circles, a program of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.