Welcome to Project MEGSSS’ MathJam19 registration page! If you need registration assistance, contact us at (314) 842-5968 or at email@example.com.
MathJam19 is offered in two-week sessions:
- Session 1: June 10–21 at St. John Vianney High School, Kirkwood, 1311 S. Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood from 8:30AM to 4PM Half-day (8:30AM – 11:30 AM or 12:30PM – 3:45PM) sessions are available, or you may make a full-day by registering for a morning and afternoon session.
- Session 2: July 8–19 at Christian Brothers College High School, 1850 De La Salle Drive, Town and Country from 8:30AM to 4PM Half-day (8:30AM – 11:30AM or 12:30PM – 3:45PM) sessions are available, or you may make a full-day by registering for a morning and afternoon session.
A typical MathJam day for students consists of math enrichment in the morning with courses designed to introduce students to topics not well covered in standard curricula, followed by “After” Math, an afternoon of fun that blends art and literature with math and science inspiration. Some courses have pre-requisites that limit participation to students who tested and qualified for the Elements program. Students who enroll in morning courses receive priority for the After Math afternoon enrichment course, but you are welcome to register for After Math on a stand-alone basis. Some courses have pre-requisites that limit participation to students who tested and qualified for the Elements program. Classes are available for students ages 10 to 14 (by August 1, 2019).
Please note that students who are 11 or older (by August 1, 2019) also have the option to test for entry into the Elements program (for more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or see the summer registration packet for the Elements program, available online).
Before and After Care
For Sessions 1 and 2, before care begins at 7:30AM, and after care ends at 5:30PM. Please register separately for before/after care at this page.
Financial Aid Options
We offer two financial aid programs, and we encourage applications before the deadline of Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Decisions will be made prior to May 13. All applicants must have registered for courses, or the application will be denied.
- Families who are eligible for federal lunch programs are eligible for our educator-directed scholarship that streamlines the application process. In 2019, students in districts where all receive federal lunch programs must also meet an income test and provide income verification. Please inquire at email@example.com.
- For all others, financial aid applications are accepted online. Submission of the most recent federal tax return is required for this process.