**Project Summary**:
The main objective of this summer camp is to offer courses and activities that provide enthusiasm in learning math, introduces important concepts, practices strategies for problem solving and develops abilities of those who may become leaders in the next mathematical generation. On the other hand, in this camp, students are faced with challenging math problems; faculty and graduate students work as advisors for the students, providing tips when needed but encouraging the students to work on their own. The math topics covered in the camp include geometry, number theory, combinatorics, algebra and games and strategies.

The proposed Camp will be the last activity of the annual activities of the Puerto Rico Math Olympiads Program (OMPR). OMPR SUMMER CAMP caters exclusively to Puerto Rico Middle and High School students, in both public and private schools, and is exclusively merit based, with a very rigorous selection process (4 math Olympiads filters). The selection process starts with more than 3000 students from all around the Island and only 25 students are selected for the Math Camp.

Activities of OMPR are organized by professors of the Math Department of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. For more information you may visit the homepage: om.pr