Whether you’d like to “get to the next level” or strengthen weaknesses in your mathematical foundation, this flexible program can help. The program, designed by a math teacher with over 20 years experience, uses the Saxon text book series for middle school courses and our honors level text books for upper school courses. A variety of courses are offered.
Math 76: Elementary school arithmetic and geometry, introduction to integers and exponents, builds fundamentals
Math 87: Final course in arithmetic, reviews arithmetic and geometry and prepares for pre-algebra
Pre-algebra: Review of pre-algebra, prepares for algebra
Algebra I: Review of algebra and basic geometry concepts, prepares for algebra II
Algebra II: Review of algebra I, prepares for pre-calculus — emphasis on trigonometry, logarithms, and analytical geometry
Geometry: Review of planar Euclidean geometry — constructions and proofs
Pre-calculus: Prepares for calculus — emphasis on function theory
Dates: June 17-July 26
Hours: 8:30 – 10:30 am Math 76, Math 87, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus
Ages: Young men, entering grades 6 – 12
Fees: $955 per 6-week session, $185 per 1-week session
Staff: Michael Hernandez, present upper school math teacher at The Heights, directs the program. Various teachers and upper-level students help as tutors.
Contact: Michael Hernandez at The Heights School, firstname.lastname@example.org
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