Summer Math Camp

Welcome to UPLIFT Academy’s Summer Math Camp! The camp takes place every summer in various locations throughout New Jersey. Each camp includes 10 days of instruction spread out over 2 weeks.

Summer Math Camp is free to income-qualifying students, who will take Algebra 1 in the coming academic year.

Summer Math Camp makes a positive impact by filling a gap in the education system that leaves students from low-income communities behind, providing critical educational resources to students with the greatest needs.

Program Mission

UPLIFT’s Summer Math Camps are designed to fortify students’ mathematical foundations, mitigate summer learning loss, and maximize their academic success in high school and beyond.

With these camps, UPLIFT aims to bridge achievement gaps and enhance students’ intellectual capacity, ensuring they are well-prepared for the upcoming school year.


Students who attend schools in low-income areas and who will take Algebra 1 in the coming academic year are eligible to apply.

Summer Math Camp

Math for College Readiness

Students need at least three years of high school math to enroll in most colleges and universities, though four years of math education is preferable.

Join our math camp today and be ready for the upcoming school year!

Improve your math foundations

Overcome summer learning loss

Set yourself apart from the rest

Get ahead for the next school year

Why summer math camp? Top 11 benefits

  1. Feel a sense of purpose
  2. Maintain intellectual-engagement
  3. Refresh prior math knowledge
  4. Improve math foundations
  5. Avoid summer learning loss
  6. Get ahead for the next school year
  7. Uphold routines
  8. Make new friends and socialize
  9. Increase self-confidence
  10. Receive individualized support
  11. Get an academic edge

Partnership Opportunites

NYA is looking for nonprofit partners in Bergen, Passaic, and Essex Counties in New Jersey. Please contact us if you represent a tax-exempt organization.


If I were again beginning my studies, I would follow the advice of Plato and start with mathematics.

— Galileo Galilei