We envision a world where every girl believes that they are able and capable of achieving success in math.


FLY (Financial Literacy for Youth) Math Club’s mission is to increase girls’ interest and engagement in math by boosting their academic confidence through authentic learning opportunities using a financial literacy-based curriculum. 


Girls ages 10-14 need a supportive and collaborative learning environment where they can build their math confidence. Through our year-round programming, we inspire girls to become academic risk-takers who are leaders, critical thinkers, and problem solvers. We break down mental barriers to math success for girls with the ultimate goal to close the gender gap in STEM fields. Check out our programs.

Our FLY Math Saturday Club is a 9-month program where students participate in workshops, plan and execute service-learning projects, and attend learning expeditions. 

We host an annual Girls Love Math 2 Summit where girls participate in team-building activities, a career exploration fair, and hands-on STEM learning experiences. 

We host a Math 4 Change conference  where girls come together to collaborate as advocates using leadership, design thinking, and of course their STEM skills to become leaders of social change. 


We provide a creative twist on math clubs. Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY) Math Club is different from other math clubs because we increase self-efficacy in girls by using math and experiential learning experiences.


                                                                    CLUB MEMBER THOUGHTS

The camp was a good experience. We worked with people we didn’t know before camp and we solved problems together. We played fun math games that we don’t get to play in school.
— Meaghan
My favorite part about FLY Math Club is that we learned how to start a business. With starting a business, you use math to figure out the profit and to create a budget because you have to pay taxes, employees, and other expenses.
— Soraya
My favorite part about the math club is being able to meet new girls from other schools and learn how to use math in real life.
— Jordan

                                                                               OUR SUPPORTERS

Through our generous funders and our individual donors, we are able to provide partial scholarships to families who qualify for free/reduced lunch as specified by the US Food and Nutrition Service.