The Agoura Math Circle, established by Pranav Kalyan in September 2015, is a student-led nonprofit community service organization registered as a 501(c)(3). Our mission is to provide a free educational program that emphasizes problem-solving skills, equipping students for success in academics and real-world challenges. We aim to boost students' confidence and problem-solving abilities, preparing them for any academic or practical task. Our ultimate objective is to lay a strong foundation for children, enhancing their critical thinking skills and inspiring them to aspire to prestigious universities, all within an engaging and enjoyable environment.
Agoura Math Circle offers diverse opportunities to cater to students' varied interests. Currently, we provide both online and on-site programs for math, and online programs for engineering and test preparation. Agoura Engineering Circle specifically allows high school students to apply their math skills in engineering contexts, and our test preparation courses assist students in achieving their desired scores in standardized tests such as the PSAT, SAT, and ACT. As part of our Satellite program, we also collaborate with students, teachers, schools, and educational institutions to support the setup of their own clubs, study groups, or enrichment classes. Additionally, for young learners worldwide seeking to explore mathematical concepts, we maintain a dedicated YouTube channel.
Agoura Math Circle offers diverse learning opportunities to cater to students' varying interests, such as engineering, computer science, and problem-solving for national math competitions such as AMC and Math Kangaroo. Additionally, we hold monthly seminars from highly qualified STEM professionals and prepare students for standardized testing. Currently, we provide both online and on-site programs for the Math Circle and online classes for Engineering Circle, Test Preparation, and Triangular Talks. Our latest addition is the Satellite program, where we collaborate with students, teachers, schools, and educational institutions to support the setup of their own clubs, study groups, or enrichment classes.