The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), a non-profit mathematics research institute majorly funded by the National Science Foundation, provides the following community outreach programs in Morgan Hill. All of our programs are provided by AIM at no cost to participants.

Math Activities

Math activities for students, teachers, families–just about everyone! 

Academic Programs

  • Math Circle for Elementary and Middle School Students– Zoom meeting for kids and families to explore fun, math based activities at home!
  • Mathletics– after school program offered each fall which alternates hands-on learning with word problems, for students in 4th and 5th grade.
  • MathCounts6– 6th graders tackle tough word problems in new arenas, such as counting, probability and statistics in this once-a-week fall program.
  • Math Olympiad Contest – students in 4th-8th grade meet once a month, to participate in this national math competition.
  • MATHCOUNTS – emphasizing problem solving strategies for math competitions, 7th and 8th graders tackle problem solving in ways that both challenge and enrich, from September through February each year.
  • Mu Alpha Theta – high school students in 9th through 12th grades run their own math clubs where they both mentor talented younger students and participate in math contests for their own age group.
  • Director’s Circle – challenging seminars for outstanding students with AIM’s director, Dr. Conrey.


Morgan Hill Math Teachers’ Circle

Morgan Hill now has its own Math Teachers’ Circle! Local math teachers in any grade can attend monthly meetings to explore rich math problems, rediscover the joy in learning math, and network with fellow teachers and mathematicians. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Morgan Hill CCC. Please contact Kelley Barnes at for the latest information. 

Please contact me if you are interested in restarting this awesome program!

Math Teachers’ Circles are professional learning communities of math teachers and professors. Groups meet regularly to work on challenging mathematics problems, allowing teachers to enrich their knowledge and experience of math, while building meaningful partnerships with other teachers and mathematicians. More information on Math Teachers’ Circles can be found at