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What is Mensa?

aspen leaf Mensa is an international society in which the sole requirement for membership is a score at or above the 98th percentile on an approved IQ test.

Colorado local Mensas:
High Mountain Mensa
Denver Mensa
Boulder Mensa
Plains and Peaks Mensa

United States Mensa:
American Mensa

Worldwide Mensa:
International Mensa

Mensa Foundation:
Mensa Education & Research Foundation

About High Mountain Mensa.

We are one of four local Colorado chapters of Region 7, the Heartland Region of American Mensa, Ltd. High Mountain Mensa is located in the western half of the state of Colorado, U.S.A., but we have dedicated members (even officers) who live outside of this geographical area.

High Mountain Mensa was one of the first local groups of American Mensa to display its local newsletters on the Internet. All of those newsletters are still on our official website, going back as far as the year 2000. Find our public and members-only "HMMmm" newsletters here.

Map of Colorado Mensas

About American Mensa.

American Mensa, Ltd.("AML") is the national Mensa of the United States. American Mensa's first members joined between 1951 and 1959. Currently, AML has more than 57,000 members. American Mensa estimates that six million Americans are eligible for Mensa membership. Read more about AML here.

About Mensa International.

Mensa International, Ltd. ("MIL" or simply, "Mensa") is an international federated society composed of national Mensas and Direct International Members. There are Mensa members in more than 100 countries around the world. Read more about International Mensa here.

Official Websites.

Explore High Mountain Mensa, American Mensa and International Mensa on their official websites.