The QuantumCamp math and science curricula plugs seamlessly into schools in the United States and around the world. Contact Michael Finnegan, QC executive director, for an overview on how you can build your entire math and science program using QC curricula -


Step 1: Choose courses for each grade level and embed into your weekly schedule.

  • Students:

    • QC runs math and science for K-12

    • Maximum 25 students per lab group

  • Weekly schedule:

    • 1.5-hour to 3-hour lab blocks, meeting weekly

    • 1-hour to 2-hour independent study blocks for completion of QC lab extensions, convening weekly

  • Yearly calendar:

    • 3 academic sessions per year

    • 8 to 12 weeks each

Step 2: Plan the academic program

  • Lab Explorations. For further exploration and reinforcement of the lab discoveries, accompanying every lab is a suite of supporting material include recap emails, readings and videos, and problem and answer sets.

  • Assessments. Upon request, QC can also provide assessments of student acquisition of knowledge through end-of-trimester narrative commentaries and specific assessment of the major concepts addressed in each course.

  • Student-driven projects. QC can layer in a project, which springs forth out of the deep scientific concepts defining each course. We provide guidelines, suggestions, parameters, and scaffolding for the research/project work. On the final day of each course, students share their projects in formal presentations.

  • QC symposium. QC can also schedule another symposium time where students share presentations and parents can learn from the students.

Step 3: Invite QC into your school

  • We connect with you to set up a customized implementation plan to ensure smooth functioning of all details.

Contact Michael Finnegan, QC executive director, to learn how QC can power math and science in your school -