√mathroots is a 14-day summer program hosted by MIT-PRIMES for promising high school students from underrepresented backgrounds or underserved communities who are interested in exploring creative topics in mathematics. Students will discover new mathematical ideas and learn problem-solving skills through a series of classes, group activities, and invited lectures led by a team of instructors with diverse experiences teaching both research and competition math.


Must be a US citizen or attending a high school in the US (before the last year of high school). The applicant should be between the ages of 14-18 and demonstrate academic excellence, especially in mathematics. You should also be comfortable with high school algebra, geometry, trigonometry, exponents, and logarithms. Precalculus is strongly recommended. Calculus is not required.



March 14