Welcome to eατ · πie Institute!
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 will be open soon.
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.
Regular Application Deadline: March 14, 2015
Late Registration Deadline: May 4, 2015
We would like to extend a round of kudos to several of our students who participated in Alabama's State MATHCOUNTS in March 2014:
1st place: Tanuj A., 3-year alumnus
7th place: Aditi L., 1-year alumna
9th place: Tony T., 1-year alumnus
10th place: Alan G., 2-year alumnus
Congratulations, and best of luck in the coming year!
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.
Congratulations to four Eat Pie-ers who tied as the highest scorers on the 2014 Alabama Team for the American Regions Mathematics League (ARML).