Eat Pie Institute                mathematics and the humanities  

Engage. Explore. Alter reality.


Welcome to 
eατ · πie Institute!

Initiated in 2011 by Sabrina Chen, the 2013 Alabama State Co-Coach for National MATHCOUNTS and Scholastic National Medalist in Poetry, eατ πie has grown into a program whose materials have helped students nationwide to prepare for MATHCOUNTS, the AMC's, and AIME, as well as Speech and Debate in 2015.

Originating as a non-profit organization, 

Eat Pie has pursued one primary mission: 

to create a self-sustaining learning network, in which the community teaches the community and anybody can affect change, regardless of age. More than that, it seeks connection and building friendships. 

In 2013, Eat Pie sponsored its first summer internships for middle and high school students interested in teaching and mentoring. In 2015, the Institute is 

expanding to the humanities, hosting its first offerings in Speech and Debate as well as a novel course called Theory of Everything.


Applications for our Summer 2015 program are now open.

For information regarding summer classes or internships, please explore our Summer Program header above containing class descriptions and the insider's scoop on a day in Eat Pie

Students will be placed in classes by ability, not by grade. New students will receive a placement test in late April to early May to determine class placement.

Early Application Deadline:  March 24, 2015

Regular Application: April 20, 2015

All applications after will be considered on a rolling basis.

Early applications for all Humanities classes are due by April 30, 2015, for decisions sent out in early May. Regular applications have been extended to May 18, 2015. All applications received after the regular deadline will be evaluated on a rolling basis.

Special Congratulations!

March 2015

Congratulations to the 10 Eat Pie AIME Qualifiers 2015!

High-fives to 10 Eat Pie Instructors, Interns, and Students for

qualifying for the 2015 American Invitational Mathematics Examination!

Special high-five to Corey T., a current student and intern, who was one of the

only two eighth-graders from Alabama to qualify for the AIME.

Also, special high-five to Sam T., former student and intern, as the 

highest scorer on the AMC 12 from Alabama!


March 2015

Eat Pie is going National!

To numerous Eat Pie-ers who recently competed in Alabama State MATHCOUNTS 2015..

Congratulations to six students who placed in the top ten, and

TWO who are going to National MATHCOUNTS in Boston, Massachusetts, in May!

2nd Place: Tony T., 2-year alumnus 

3rd Place: Corey T., 3-year alumnus

5th Place: Aditi L., 2-year alumna 

6th Place: David L., 1-year alumnus

8th Place: Lawrence A., 1-year alumnus

9th Place: Anshul M., 1-year alumnus

Congratulations as well to Justin B., Aditi L., Tony T., and Corey T., all of whom are 

Eat Pie alumni, for the Alabama State Team Champion 2015!

Way to go to all who competed in the 2015 State MATHCOUNTS Competition. We were thrilled to see you laugh, smile, solve problems, and come together as a team.

To Tony and Corey, Nationals, here you come! 



January 2015

From the AMC 8 held in November 2014, the results have come back in....

Out of 144,737 students who have taken the AMC 8 around the world, congratulations to

3 Eat Pie-ers in the global Top 1%

7 Eat Pie-ers in the Top 5%

Keep enjoying what you do, and have fun all the way there.


April 2014

CONGRATULATIONS to Joey L. and Sam T., both of whom are Eat Pie alumni, for qualifying for the 2014 United States of America Junior Mathematical Olympiad (USAJMO), as the only two qualifiers from Alabama out of 231 students nationwide.


See the News header for previous announcements.