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The Montreal Math Circle

Session 2 starts on January 23, 2022.

Organizer and Contact Information:  Ildiko Pelczer (

We will continue hosting mathematics competitions. If the online option is available for the contest, we will opt for that. For in-person competitions, we will accept a very low number of participants.

We invite you to read Concordia University’s directives about in-person attendance of non-academic activities:

For the winter session, we are offering 8 classes of 90 minutes each for the 2021-2022 Montreal Math Circle starting on January 23rd.  Please refer to the schedule listed below for the days and times.

If you would like to register your child for this session, please complete the form: A separate form must be completed for each child you wish to register. In order to properly plan this session, we kindly ask you to register your child no later than January 28th. If by this date we have less than 6 registrations for a specific level, we must cancel that level and will inform you via email at the address you provided at registration.

Cost: There will be a one-time registration fee of $100 per child per session ($82.10 + taxes). For payment, please click on payment button below. The Montreal Math Circle reserves its right to cancel a certain level if a minimum of 6 participants is not attained.

On Sundays / Les dimanches (January 23rd to March 27th (No class on March 20th)

Grades 3-4:     1:00 - 2:30 pm
                    Grades 5-6:    11:15 am - 12:45 pm
                    Grades 7-8:     1:00 - 2:30 pm
                    Grades 9-10:    9:30 - 11:00 am

Via Zoom. Should the situation change, we will plan occasional in-person sessions.


Montreal Math Circle is on Facebook

News:  Congratulations to Montreal Math Circle students for their results at the 2019 Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC):
- Allison Tsypin:  Gold award Quebec (grade 11)
- Alexei Kieran:  Bronze award Quebec (grade 11)
- Anna Shi:  Honor Roll Quebec (grade 11)
- Leo Vanciu:  Performance with Honors (grade 11)
- Fangrui Xu:  Bronze award Quebec (grade 8 and under)

To view COMC's national winners:

The Montreal Math Circle is an enrichment program that offers an occasion for students interested in mathematics to solve challenging problems at their grade level. The circle aims at bringing pleasure and confidence in children while doing mathematics. The problems during each meeting will be centered around a specific topic. The instructor is bilingual and will accommodate students from both English and French instruction schools. For more information, please feel free to send an email at

Parents of children attending the circle are asked to complete the following form and bring it to the instructor at the beginning of the session:

Please note: We reserve the right to take photographs during our outreach activities or events and use them for promotional purposes. Thank you for your cooperation.

 Montreal Math Circle is an official writing centre for the Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC).

Venez nombreux! We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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