Greater Richmond Math Circle

for Creative, Inquiring Minds

​​​​Greater Richmond Math Circle

The Greater Richmond Math Circle is partially funded by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation, and the Clowes Foundation via the National Association of Math Circles, a program of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.


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Registration for Spring 2017 session is now closed.



Rachele Dominguez, Ph.D.

Assistant Program Director

Assistant Professor

of Physics

Randolph-Macon College

Chirashree Bhattacharya, Ph.D. 

Program Director

Associate Professor of Mathematics

​Randolph-Macon College

The Greater Richmond Math Circle has been established to provide a weekly mathematics program for elementary and middle school children of Richmond and its surrounding areas. The goal of the program is to present mathematics to young children in a fun, engaging, challenging and discussion-based format. This is not a tutoring program. Rather we are geared towards students who are eager to be challenged further than they are in their regular classrooms. We create opportunities for young mathematicians to engage with research mathematicians from colleges and universities, by regularly inviting outside speakers to our sessions. 

Greater Richmond Math Circle (GRMC) has two levels:

 - Beginner Level (for elementary schoolers in grades 4 and 5. Advanced 3rd graders may apply.) 

 - Intermediate Level (for middle schoolers in grades 7 and 8. Advanced 6th graders may apply.)

GRMC Spring 2017 session enrollment is now closed.

Beginner Level  classes will be held on Sundays 4 - 5 pm


Intermediate Level  classes will be held on Sundays 5:15 - 6:15 pm