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Course Catalog

Below are all of our courses, grouped roughly by difficulty or content. Click on any course below for more details about each course, including the dates and times of upcoming classes.

Introductory Math

Prealgebra 1

Prealgebra 1 includes a thorough exploration of the fundamentals of arithmetic, including fractions, exponents, and decimals. We introduce beginning topics in number theory and algebra, including common divisors and multiples, primes and prime factorizations, basic equations and inequalities, and ratios.

Prealgebra 2

Prealgebra 2 includes percent, square roots, a thorough exploration of geometric tools and strategies, an introduction to topics in discrete mathematics and statistics, and a discussion of general problem-solving strategies.

Introduction to Algebra A

(Formerly called Algebra 1) Fundamental concepts of algebra, including exponents and radicals, linear equations and inequalities, ratio and proportion, systems of linear equations, factoring quadratics, complex numbers, completing the square, and the quadratic formula.

Introduction to Counting & Probability

Fundamentals of counting and probability, including casework, multiplication, permutations, combinations, Pascal's triangle, probability, combinatorial identities, and the Binomial Theorem.

Introduction to Number Theory

Fundamental principles of number theory, including primes and composites, divisors and multiples, divisibility, remainders, modular arithmetic, and number bases.

Introduction to Algebra B

(Formerly called Algebra 2) Fundamental concepts of algebra, including quadratics, systems of equations, clever factorizations, complex numbers, functions, graphing, sequences and series, special functions, exponents and logarithms, and more.

Introduction to Geometry

Fundamentals of geometry, including angles, triangle similarity and congruence, complicated area problems, mastering the triangle, special quadrilaterals, polygons, the art of angle chasing, power of a point, 3-dimensional geometry, transformations, analytic geometry, basic trigonometry, geometric proof, and more.

Intermediate Math

Intermediate Algebra

(Formerly called Algebra 3) Algebraic subjects covered include advanced quadratics, polynomials, conics, general functions, logarithms, clever factorizations and substitutions, systems of equations, sequences and series, symmetric sums, advanced factoring methods, classical inequalities, functional equations, and more.

Intermediate Counting & Probability

Topics in discrete mathematics, including clever one-to-one correspondences, principle of inclusion-exclusion, generating functions, distributions, the pigeonhole principle, induction, constructive counting and expectation, combinatorics, systems with states, recursion, conditional probability, and introductory graph theory.

Intermediate Number Theory

Number theory using algebraic techniques, multiplicative functions, Diophantine equations, modular arithmetic, Fermat's/Euler's Theorem, primitive roots, and quadratic residues. Much of the first half of the class emphasizes using the basic tools of the Introduction class in clever ways to solve difficult problems. In the second half, more theory will be developed, leading students to the beginning Olympiad level.

Precalculus

Introduction and evaluation of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, geometry with trigonometry, parametric equations, special coordinate systems, complex numbers, exponential form of complex numbers, De Moivre's Theorem, roots of unity, geometry with complex numbers, two-dimensional and three-dimensional vectors and matrices, determinants, dot and cross product, applications of vectors and matrices to geometry.

Contest Math

MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 Basics

This course is an introduction to the problem solving strategies required for success on MATHCOUNTS and the AMC 8 tests. This class is intended for less experienced students who are just getting started on middle school math contests. Experienced MATHCOUNTS and AMC 8 students should consider our Advanced MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 class.

MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 Advanced

Designed for students preparing for State and National MATHCOUNTS, the premier middle school mathematics contest in the US. This course will also help with the harder problems on the AMC 8. The class is designed for experienced MATHCOUNTS students; less experienced students should consider our MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 Basics course.

Special AMC 8 Problem Seminar

This course is a special 5-hour weekend seminar to prepare for the AMC 8, which is the premier fall math contest for middle school students. The AMC 8 also gives students early problem-solving experience that is valuable towards the high-school level AMC 10 and AMC 12 contests, which are the first stage in determining the United States team for the International Math Olympiad. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics. The course also includes a practice AMC 8 test. This course is the same as the Special AMC 8 Problem Seminar offered last year.

AMC 10 Problem Series

Preparation for the AMC 10, the first test in the series of contests that determine the United States team for the International Mathematics Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. The course consists of discussion of problems from past exams, as well as strategies for taking the test. The course also includes a practice AMC 10 test.

Special AMC 10 Problem Seminar

This course is a special 5-hour weekend seminar to prepare for the AMC 10, which is the first step in qualifying for the United States Junior Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics. The course also includes a practice AMC 10 test. This course is the same as the Special AMC 10 Problem Seminar offered last year.

AMC 12 Problem Series

Preparation for the AMC 12, the first test in the series of contests that determine the United States team for the International Mathematics Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. The course consists of discussion of problems from past exams, as well as strategies for taking the test. The course also includes a practice AMC 12 test.

Special AMC 12 Problem Seminar

This course is a special 5-hour weekend seminar to prepare for the AMC 12, which is the first in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics. The course also includes a practice AMC 12 test. This course is the same as the Special AMC 12 Problem Seminar offered last year.

AIME Problem Series A

Preparation for the AIME, the second in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AIME scores as part of the college application process. The course also includes a practice AIME test.

AIME Problem Series B

Preparation for the AIME, the second in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AIME scores as part of the college application process. The course also includes a practice AIME test.

Special AIME Problem Seminar A

This class is a special 5-hour weekend seminar to prepare for the AIME, which is the second in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AIME scores as part of the college application process. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics relevant to the AIME. The course also includes a practice AIME test.

Special AIME Problem Seminar B

This class is a special 5-hour weekend seminar to prepare for the AIME, which is the second in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AIME scores as part of the college application process. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics relevant to the AIME. The course also includes a practice AIME test.

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