Alcumus – Precalculus Now Available
September 11, 2019
We’re excited to announce that Alcumus has expanded to include Precalculus! With over 1,500 new problems, students have a brand new set of advanced topics to explore.
Self-Paced Prealgebra 2 opens this August
August 1, 2019
Ever since our self-paced Prealgebra 1 course opened in June, we’ve received more than a few questions about when self-paced Prealgebra 2 would be available. After working all summer, we are excited to announce that our new self-paced Prealgebra 2 course will be open for access on August 27!
AoPS Update: New AoPS Online Classes, Features in Beast Academy Online, IMO and IPhO Start, and More
July 5, 2019
Multiple Olympiad level competitions take place this month, as well as new features for Beast Academy Online, AoPS course times, and more:
AoPS News Update: Self-Paced Prealgebra 2, New Beast Academy Videos, New Alcumus Material, and more
June 25, 2019
Learn about our upcoming self-paced Algebra 2 course, new Beast Academy Videos and more!
Announcing a New AoPS Academy in Pleasanton!
May 31, 2019
We’re excited to announce some good news for Northern California families—we’ve signed a lease on our third Bay Area location, this time in Pleasanton!
Self-Paced Prealgebra 1 course access opens in June
May 22, 2019
In two weeks, we’ll launch our newest course: self-paced Prealgebra 1. We’ve been working on this course for over a year, and we’re excited to finally open it to the world!
AoPS Update: News from National MATHCOUNTS, San Diego Math Field Day, Beast Academy in Mankato Public Schools, and more
May 22, 2019
MATHCOUNTS, San Diego Math Field Day, new classes starting, and more!
AoPS Update: News about the Pathway Scholarship Program, National MATHCOUNTS, New Features, and more
May 6, 2019
We’re excited about offering our Pathway Scholarship Program at even more campuses, plus MATHCOUNTS Nationals are almost here!
We’re Hosting a Special Online Discussion about Prealgebra 1
May 1, 2019
If your child is getting close to the end of Beast Academy Grade 5, or finishing another elementary math curriculum, you may find yourself wondering What’s next?