Math Festival Scholarship



In order to expand the opportunity for K-8 schools throughout California to benefit from the exciting learning of a Math Festival, CMC is offering up to a $1,000 scholarship to partially fund your school’s daytime or daytime/evening Festival. Please tell us about your school or district (in accordance with our beliefs and mission, priority will be given to underserved students and schools with demonstrated needs). Festivals awarded funds need to be scheduled and completed within one year of award notice. signatory page with the Principal's and Applicant's signatures is required to eligible for consideration. Please download and submit the signatory page with your online application.

The CMC Math Festival Scholarship is meant to partially offset the cost of program fees for schools wishing to host a Math Festival. There will be additional costs for the school for the balance of the program fees and travel-related expenses. Please contact [email protected] to get a detailed cost estimate to see what those additional fees and travel costs will be for the Math Festival programs you desire. Your cost will be the difference between the amount of your CMC Math Festival Scholarship, should one be awarded, and the detailed cost estimate.

For more details about the Math Festival program including the fees, visit the Math Festival website. 


CA Math Festival Program Scholarship

Past awardees:

  • Agnes Baptist Elementary School, Modesto
  • Allendale Elementary School, Oakland
  • Columbia Elementary School, Bakersfield
  • Esther L. Walter School, Anaheim
  • Gridley Elementary, San Fernando
  • Gustine Elementary School, Gustine
  • Paddison Elementary School, Norwalk
  • Magnolia Science Academy, Santa Ana
  • Main Street Middle School, Soledad USD
  • Mission Middle School, Jurupa USD
  • Morrill Middle School, San Jose
  • Quailwood Elementary, Bakersfield
  • Rosemary Kennedy Elementary School, Alford USD
  • Thomas Starr King Middle School, Los Angeles
  • Woodlake Valley Middle School, Woodlake
  • Wright STEAM Magnet School, Los Angeles