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FOUNDATIONAL MATH

SUGGESTED AGE 10-11

FOUNDATIONAL MATH

PRE-ALGEBRA

SUGGESTED AGE 11-12

PRE-ALGEBRA

ALGEBRA 1

SUGGESTED AGE 12-14

ALGEBRA 1

GEOMETRY

SUGGESTED AGE 14-15

GEOMETRY

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This college preparatory course must be done after Algebra 1, after Algebra 2, or concurrently with Algebra 2.

This college preparatory course covers e logic and proof, parallel lines and polygons, perimeter and area analysis, volume and surface area analysis, similarity and congruence, circles, coordinate geometry, and transformations, and much more. Emphasis will be placed on developing critical thinking skills as they relate to logical reasoning and argument, and more.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding. 

ALGEBRA 2

SUGGESTED AGE 15-16

ALGEBRA 2

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This course must be done after Algebra 1, Geometry

This college preparatory Algebra II covers the study of linear and nonlinear functions (polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and rational).  The course also extends the study of algebra from real numbers to the complex number system.  Students will demonstrate their grasp of essential concepts through their interactions with each other. 

 

Challenge problems and word problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.  

TRIGONOMETRY

SUGGESTED AGE 15-16

TRIGONOMETRY

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This course must be done after Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry

This college preparatory course covers the trigonometry of angles and real numbers; the trigonometric functions and their inverses, including their graphs; solutions of right and oblique triangles; verification of fundamental identities and analytic trigonometry; addition, subtraction, and multiple angle formulas; the laws of sines and cosines; vectors and the dot and cross product; complex numbers, De Moivre's Theorem and nth roots of complex numbers; polar coordinates and equations.

 

Challenge problems and word problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.  

PRE-CALCULUS

SUGGESTED AGE 16-17

PRE-CALCULUS

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This course must be done after Algebra 2

This college preparatory course provides a comprehensive education in all topics that will enable students to confidently charge in Calculus. Even for those students not progressing to Calculus – this course provides an amazing critical thinking aspect to one's STEM career.  The curriculum extends the study of linear and nonlinear functions.  Other topics include Basic Functions, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Polar Coordinates and Parametric Equations, Vectors in Two and Three, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Conic Sections, word problems, and much more.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.

CALCULUS/A.P. CALCULUS

SUGGESTED AGE 16-18

CALCULUS/A.P CALCULUS 

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This course must be done after Pre-calculus

This college preparatory Calculus course covers most of the first two semesters of college-level calculus, using a college-level calculus book. This course introduces students to the four key calculus concepts (limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals, word problems, and more). By establishing a solid foundation in calculus basics, this course is intended to prepare a student for college calculus and the STEM field and the things that build on it.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

This course is designed for middle school students who require basic skill development in preparation for Pre- Algebra. Students review foundational topics essential for successful pre-algebraic thinking. Topics include the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers, mixed numbers, improper fractions, fraction as a decimal, decimal as a fraction, sorting numbers from least to greatest/ greatest to least, shapes and angles, unit conversions, word problems.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

This course is designed for middle school students who require skill development in preparation for Algebra I. Students review foundational topics essential for successful algebraic thinking. Topics include the Real Number System, simplifying and evaluating variable expressions, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, percent and proportional reasoning, the coordinate plane, and word problem solving, and much more.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.  

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TOPICS WE WILL COVER:

PREREQUISITES: This course must be done after Pre-Algebra

This college preparatory course includes studying the language of algebra, solving linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, fundamental operations with monomials, polynomials, and radicals, as well as factoring, graphing different types of functions, and practical word problems. The foundation for this study is the structure of the real number system.

 

Challenge problems provide the opportunity for students to advanced their mathematical understanding.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

PLANS & PRICING

STEP UP 2 LEARN TUTOR PLANS

We offer three types of monthly memberships and two types of yearly membership tutoring plans. Please see below the details for each membership.

  • Starting Stepupper

    $99
    Every month
    Perfect for refreshing or accelerating course
    Valid for 2 months
    • • Group tutoring ( Up to 20 students)
    • • Eight weeks, 3x/week, 1hr each
    • • Accelerated Curriculum
    • • Including additional course ( Foundational Math)
  • Achieving Stepupper

    $179
    Every month
    Perfect for students who take learning mathematics seriously
    Valid for 10 months
    • • Group tutoring ( Up to 20 students)
    • • More comprehensive curriculum and topics
    • • Including additional course ( Foundational Math)
    • • 32 weeks, 3x/week, 1hr each
    • • Access to all recorded tutoring courses
    • • Private Blogs
  • Scholar Stepupper

    $299
    Every month
    Perfect for students who Seriously want to accomplish more
    Valid for 12 months
    • • Group tutoring (Up to 20 students)
    • • More comprehensive curriculum and topics
    • • Including additional course ( Foundational Math)
    • • 32 weeks, 3x/week, 1hr each
    • • Access to all recorded tutoring courses
    • • Private Blogs
    • • Personalized Coaching/Mentoring Program
    • • College Planning
    • • SAT subject math test and SAT Math portion preparation
  • Achieving Stepupper

    $1599
     
    Pay for the Entire Year for a Discounted Price
    Valid for 10 months
    • Perfect for students who take learning mathematics seriously
    • Everything You Get in Achieving Steppupper
  • Scholar Stepupper

    $3199
     
    Pay for the Entire Year for a Discounted Price
    Valid for 10 months
    • Perfect for students who Seriously want to accomplish more
    • Everything You Get in Achieving Steppupper