We develop expert writers before they enter college so that they can succeed in any class. They will have outstanding reading skills, comprehension, and master essay writing. We teach students how to do critical thinking questions and grammar. They will become knowledgeable and mature young individuals who are ready for enriched college experience.
We will focus on essays and research paper writings because students encounter them in high school and in college. They will know how to write convincing essays and clearly convey their message or ideas.
Students will also be studying different genres and styles of writing so that they know how to encounter each type. They will be studying poems and classics to practice their abilities to interpret the texts and identify the hidden message or ideas that the author wants to convey.
The high school curriculum sees an increase in specialization and focus, and whether a student seeks supplemental support for schoolwork or is preparing for college applications, our tutors are committed and well prepared to meet the needs of each student. Specific areas of study may include: Algebra: A study of Real Numbers, Algebraic Expressions, Linear and Quadratic Equations, Exponents, Exponential Polynomials, Factoring, Radicals Geometry: With a focus on definitions, theorems, and proofs, the curriculum covers Euclidean/plane geometry (conic sections/circles, constructions, coordinate plane, triangles/polygons), volumetric study (of spheres, cylinders, cones) and polyhedral, non-Euclidean (elliptical/spherical, hyperbolic, projective geometry), practical geometry (word problems), and symmetry/tessellations.
Pre-Calculus: This course of study reviews The Cartesian Plane, Graphs and Graphing Utilities, Lines in the Plane, Solving Equations and Inequalities Algebraically and Graphically. New material includes that of Functions, Quadratic Functions, Complex Numbers, Radical Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Equations, Systems of Equations, Trigonometric Functions, Right Triangle Trigonometry, and Inverse Trigonometric Functions.
This study of collecting and analyzing data is an interesting, practical, and relevant pursuit, and topics of exploring data (describing patterns and departures from patterns), sampling and experimentation (planning and conducting a study), anticipating patterns (exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation), and statistical inference (estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses) serve as an introduction to this field.
Calculus: Basic Calculus concepts are covered, such as Number systems (integers, rationals, real numbers), Limits, Derivatives, Exponential, Logarithms, Trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, etc.), Integrals, Differential Equations.
AP Calculus AB: This high-powered, comprehensive survey of Calculus covers a wide range of information about functions, graphs, and limits (analysis of graphs, limits of functions, asymptotic and unbounded behavior, continuity as a property of functions), derivatives (at a point, as a function, second derivatives, applications of derivatives, computation of derivatives), and integrals (interpretations and property of definite integrals, applications of integrals, fundamental theorem of calculus, techniques and applications of anti differentiation, numerical approximations to definite integrals).
Statistics: This study of collecting and analyzing data is an interesting, practical, and relevant pursuit, and topics of exploring data (describing patterns and departures from patterns), sampling and experimentation (planning and conducting a study), anticipating patterns (exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation), and statistical inference (estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses) serve as an introduction to this field.