About Competitive Math 
Math taught in schools has some flaws  it is often relies too heavily on just memorization, does not cover many important regions of math such as number theory, and may not be challenging enough for talented students. Learning math for competitions, such as the AMC or AIME, is beneficial for students because it addresses the flaws of math taught in schools. Competitive math forces students to think quickly and creatively to form novel solutions, contains advanced subjects like probability, and challenges even the brightest of students. For those who want to truly dive into the world of mathematics, our courses are perfect places to start.

About Our Courses 
All classes are designed by a veteran of Competition Math Training who founded the Mathcounts Program at Oxford Academy and the Math Program at Landell and served as program Director/Coach for 8 years before leading the Math programs at YEA.
Ever since our inception, we have been producing high levels of success. Perhaps our greatest success story so far was propelling a 4th grader all the way to AIME level math, which is usually too difficult for even high school students. Our curriculum is designed specifically to tackle all of the tricky areas in math competitions because we teach numerous ways to tackle each type of problem and advanced methods not found in a school curriculum. Because we are nonprofit, we can offer prices that are much lower and much more affordable than other places, which may offer courses starting at a hefty $1000+ 
Course List:
Note: all Competition Math classes have new class IDs now. Fall session: Dec 3, 2022  Feb 26, 2023 (holiday breaks)
Fun Math program for rising 3rd graders and younger students
Is it too early for rising 3rd graders or younger students to learn Competition Math? Maybe not if they have not learned any math at an advanced level. This fun class is designed by Dr. Fu for students to learn the fundamentals and get ready for the Math Olympiad. They will learn mental math tricks and basic arithmetic operations. All students will be trained to solve math problems quickly with accuracy. Besides class handouts, IXL will be used in the class as well. Many high school students with strong math skills will work with students oneonone or in small groups. Some prizes will be awarded to the students in the class.
PreMath Olympiad: Fun Math for 3rd graders and younger students.
Schedule: Sunday 4:005:30 PM
Total Cost: $250 (+$35 more if a student does not have an IXL account already)
Math Olympiad programs (7th graders and below)
 All students in any of the Competition Math programs can participate in the Math Olympiad contests in 2022/2023 season at YEA for free.
 10 classes, 2 hours per class
 $450 for early bird, $540 otherwise
 MC104: Fun math classes offered at the appropriate level for beginners.
 Who should take this class?
 Elementary students in 4th grade or higher after summer who never took any Competition Math classes before.
 3rd graders who are in advanced level of math.
 Sunday 2:00  4:00 PM
 Who should take this class?
 MC108: Fun math classes offered at the appropriate level for beginners.
 Who should take this class?
 Elementary students in 5th grade or higher who never took any Competition Math classes before or those who took MC101MC104 before.
 Saturday 10:00  12:00 PM
 Who should take this class?
AMC 8/Mathcounts, AMC 10, and AMC 12 Programs
 10 classes, 2 hours per class
 MC208 (AMC 8): This class will continue to focus on AMC 8 and Mathcounts.
 Saturday 1:00AM  3:00 PM
 $500 for early bird, $600 otherwise
 Geometry: prepare students for Geometry
 Saturday 5:00  7:00 PM, this class will go for both Spring and Summer sessions
 $500 for early bird, $600 otherwise, for the Spring session
 AMC 10: prepare students for AMC 10.
 Friday 7:00  9:00 PM, 10 classes
 $500 for early bird, $600 otherwise
 AMC 12 Class (not offered in Spring): This new class is to prepare students for qualifying AIME. It will be taught by an AIME instructor who has helped many students qualify for AIME.
 Who should take this class？
 Have taken the AMC 10/12 with 23 questions away from qualifying AIME.
 Have taken the AMC 12 classes to cover all fundamentals.
 Have qualified AIME, but want to ensure to qualify again.
 Friday 7:00  9:00 PM, weekly
 Students will pay monthly based on the following schedule.
 1on1: $150/week
 23 students: $80/week
 4 students: $70/week
 5 or more students: $60/week
 Who should take this class？