orlando math circle

CREATIVITY AND MATH

About US

Orlando Math Circle is a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to build a diverse and inclusive student community of mathematicians where we increase the quantity and quality of  students who become mathematics educators, researchers or just those who love and use math in their studies, work and daily activities.

ORLANDO MATH
CIRCLE

Guest Speakers

One of the ways OMC engages students in mathematics is by bringing guest speakers to discuss math-related careers and projects to the students.

Classes

SUMMER 2017 VARIETY OF SUMMER ACTIVITIES Trianglethon 2017 – help create world’s largest Sierpinski Triangle Math content video creation

Summer 2017

VARIETY OF SUMMER ACTIVITIES, TRIANGLETHON 2017,World’s largest Sierpinski Triangle Create math videos & More...

Florida Math Girls

ARE YOU A FLORIDA GIRL? Do you want to cheer on girls to participate in math & science? Please contact us if you are interested in helping OMC...

ORLANDO MATH CIRCLE EVENTS

SEPTEMBER GUEST SPEAKER
GLOBAL MATH PROJECT
OMC in Maker Faire Orlando
20th MATH KANGAROO COMPETITION
SUMMER BOOK CLUB
EXPLODING DOTS

@OrlandoMathCircle

Congrats to all students who participated in the qualifying round 1 of WWTBAM !! @orlando_science_school What is wrong with these pictures? Who can tell?

This is a weekend marathon to reach 1,000 followers! Help us improve the mathematical community landscape! Help us grow - follow!

#orlandomathcircle #mathforall #AMSMathGame
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Ribbon cutting/Tour…
KATHERINE G. JOHNSON COMPUTATIONAL RESEARCH FACILITY
NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER
(Named in honor of the legendary mathematician.)
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THE MATH REVOLUTION

David Stoner and nearly 600 other math whizzes from all over the world sat huddled in small groups around wicker bistro tables, talking in low voices and obsessively refreshing the browsers on their laptops. The air in the cavernous lobby of the Lotus Hotel Pang Suan Kaew in Chiang Mai, Thailand, was humid, recalls Stoner, whose light South Carolina accent warms his carefully chosen words. The tension in the room made it seem especially heavy, like the atmosphere at a high-stakes poker tournament.

Contact Us

531 Versailles Drive, Suite 102 Maitland, FL 32751

(407) 588-6846

orlandomathcircle@gmail.com