Open House

STEAM in the Park

Come join us at our annual summer event, STEAM in the Park. This fun-filled event, hosted at Bill Barber Park on Sunday, September 9, 2018 from 2-4PM, includes a multitude of our favorite STEM related games such as Number Cruncher, Who Wants To Be A Mathematician, Matchsticks, and many more!

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2017-18 Board Applications Now Open!

All Girls Math Tournament is completely run by students (of both genders) serving on a board. Students are selected for these board positions annually along with the other branches of Math for Service. Math for Service opened its annual board application on February 7, 2017. If you are interested in being a board member for All Girls Math Tournament, OC Math Circle, OC Scholar, OC Coder, OC Science, OC Arts, OC Engineer, or OC Launch please click here to access the application information. All students currently in grades 8 to 11 are encouraged to apply. Please make sure you read through the whole application as the submission guidelines and timeline are listed towards the bottom as well as the supplemental questions. Applications will be due March 1, 2017. Good luck!

Prep Classes

We are having multiple prep classes hosted at Ardent Academy Northwood for those interested in our tournament. Please sign up for the classes you wish to take that correspond to your current grade level.

There is extremely limited space. If you have registered for a class, and do not plan on attending, please let us know. We can give another girl the opportunity to attend the class.

AGMT End of Year Summary

The 7th annual All Girls Math Tournament was held on the weekend of April 23rd and 24th. This year, the tournament expanded from having 2 locations to having 5 different locations: Cypress, Cupertino, Las Vegas, San Diego, and the main location, Laguna Niguel. These different locations were able to serve over 200 girls and provide opportunities for more than 40 volunteers.

Many changes and innovations were introduced this year. Several of the tournament locations invited guest speakers to the event in order to talk to the girls about how math had helped them in their respective careers. In addition, the team round was replaced with an activity round in an effort to make the competition more interactive.

Over the next year, AGMT is hoping to be able to inspire even more girls to pursue math. Under the leadership of President Natalie Yee, we are expanding to reach all over the nation and establish more satellites.