- To deliver to exceptional mathematics students a curriculum that challenges them in the same way that standard school curricula challenges students of lesser ability.
- To positively serve this subset of exceptional students (which even the largest schools cannot serve adequately).
- To place emphasis on providing skills for students who may pursue future university work in mathematics, other sciences, or the humanities; rather than on the development of professional mathematicians.
- To capture the interest of young scholars at a critical time in their development. Read more...