UCLA Math Circle Satellite

(ORMC Program)

ORMC is short for UCLA Olga Radko Endowed Math Circle. ORMC is a free Sunday school for gifted children run by UCLA Department of Mathematics. Among other things, ORMC creates a novel curriculum, teaching students of various ages the math never before taught in primary and secondary schools. There are currently about 400 students and 75 instructors in the program. ORMC students routinely place high on national math competitions. ORMC high school students occasionally produce publishable research. In 2023, an ORMC student was named as one of the top 40 young scientists in the nation by Regeneron Science Talent Search, formerly Intel Science Fair, possibly the oldest and most prestigious national science competitions for high school students. The ORMC curriculum will be offered to students as a weekly after-school program at no cost to students. The program consists of three sessions of 8-week instruction during the school year.

William Chen

  • USAMO winner (2024)
  • 2-time USAJMO winner (2022, 2023)
  • 5-time AIME qualifier
  • AMC 10 Perfect Score
  • AMC 8 Perfect Score
  • Math Counts: 7 th individual in California State and 1 st individual in Southern California South Bay-Santa Monica Chapter;
  • Team Captain of 1st Place Team in Southern California South Bay-Santa Monica Chapter
  • Math Kangaroo National 1st Place Winner since 5th grade
  • UCLA Math Circle instructor
  • Founder and President of UCLA Math Circle Satellite Program

Alycia Fei

  • AMC8 Honor Roll
  • LACOE Math Field Day Top 3 team
  • Math Kangaroo National Winner since 4th grade
  • UCLA Math Circle student
  • Co-founder and Co-president of UCLA Math Circle Satellite Program

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