- PreAlgebra
- Algebra I
- Geometry
- Algebra II/Trigonometry
- PreCalculus/Math Analysis
- AP Calculus
- AP Statistics
- Challenge Math

PreAlgebra | |

The
PreAlgebra course will prepare students to extend
their elementary skills and begin to learn algebra concepts
that serve as a transition into formal algebra and
geometry. Emphasis will be placed on word problem solving. |

Algebra I | |

The Algebra I course is the foundation for
high school mathematics. It is the bridge from the concrete
to
the abstract study of mathematics. Emphasis will be placed
on word problems and challenge problems solving. |

Geometry | |

The Geometry course is to relate concepts from
Algebra I and Algebra II to geometric phenomena. It covers
logical proof and critical thinking when solving problems or
evaluating arguments. It is a foundation for PreCalculus,
analytic geometry, and higher-level courses. |

Algebra II/Trigonometry | |

The Algebra
II/Trigonometry course complements and expands
the mathematical content and concepts of Algebra I and
Geometry. It will provide students with a strong foundation
in the practical and theoretical applications of
polynomials, inequalities, exponential and logarithmic
functions, rational functions, matrices, conic sections, and
transcendental functions. It is a prerequisite for
PreCalculus, probability and statistics, and business math
which build on the concepts of advanced algebra and
trigonometry. Extra challenge problems solving will be
practiced. |

PreCalculus/Math Analysis | |

The PreCalculus/Math
Analysis course completes the formal study of the elementary functions
begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Special attention will be
given to polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, and
trigonometric functions. Additional topics essential to
calculus include polar coordinates, complex numbers,
analytic geometry, and an introduction to limits and
continuity. |

AP Calculus | |

The AP Calculus course focuses on developing the
students' understanding the concepts of calculus and provide
experience with its methods and applications. The courses
emphasize a multi-representational approach to calculus, with
concepts, results, and problems being expressed graphically,
numerically, analytically, and verbally. TI83/84 calculator
will be used. Additional practice exams for AB/BC will be
given to students. |

AP Statistics | |

The AP Statistics course introduce students to the major
concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and draw
conclusions from data. It is equivalent to a one-semester,
introductory, non-calculus based, college course in
statistics. They include four broad conceptual themes:
exploring data, sampling and experimentation, anticipating
patterns, and statistical inference. |

AMC 8/10/12 and AIME |

This program is for student of G5 to G12. For mathematically gifted students who would like to have more challenge in mathematics. This program is to help to enhance the student's math problem solving capability. This program will help students in future standard test (such as SAT I and II math test). It will further prepare students for nationwide math contests (AMC 8/10/12, AIME, and more). |

- All tutoring instruction makes full use of the TI-83/84/89 calculators that have been widely adopted by the educational system.