Honors Math 2
Build number sense by learning place value, the number line, addition and subtraction, estimation, and pattern recognition.
Honors Math 3
Explore perimeter and area, dive deep into multiplication and division, and introduce fractions and the use of variables.
Honors Math 4
Expand knowledge of numbers to negative integers, decimals and binary numbers, study angles and symmetry, and introduce Venn Diagrams and probability.
Honors Math 5
Study 3D shapes, explore factors, ratios, square roots and exponents, and solve word problems by creating and solving symbolic equations.
Honors Math 6
Synthesize the fundamentals of prealgebra by exploring arithmetic and geometric tools and strategies, while introducing basic concepts in discrete math and statistics.
Contest Math 6
Cover the topics in Honors Math 6, plus additional math competition problems and mock contests for MATHCOUNTS and the MAA AMC 8.
Honors Math 7
Explore algebra topics such as linear and quadratic functions, exponents and logarithms, sequences and series, complex numbers, and more!
Contest Math 7
Cover the topics in Honors Math 7, plus additional math competition problems and mock contests for MATHCOUNTS and the MAA AMC 8.
Honors Math 7.5
Explore advanced topics like permutations & combinations, Pascal’s triangle, probability, prime numbers, modular arithmetic, number bases, and more.
Honors Math 8
Master geometry topics such as angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, analytic geometry, proof writing, basic trigonometry, and more!
Contest Math 8
Cover the geometry topics in Honors Math 8, plus additional math competition problems and mock contests for MATHCOUNTS and the MAA AMC 8/10/12.
Honors Math 9
Master algebra topics like polynomials, special functions, conic sections, and more!
Year-Round Language Arts
Honors Language Arts 3
Develop writing, reading, grammar, and critical thinking skills through an exploration of ancient Greek literature and mythology!
Honors Language Arts 4
Learn how the masterful use of language has shaped history through an exploration of America's important speakers & writers!
Honors Language Arts 5
Dive deep into the great mysteries of our time while building research, writing, and critical thinking skills!
Honors Language Arts 6
Prepare for middle school and develop critical thinking skills by studying philosophy, conducting research, reading Shakespeare, and writing creatively.
Honors Language Arts 7
Craft the perfect argument for every situation - dive into classic persuasive skills, Whodunit mysteries, modern marketing, and United Nations-style debate.
Math Beasts Camp 3
Develop spatial thinking abilities, explore symmetry, knots, and plane tilings, and build reasoning skills through cryptography.
Math Beasts Camp 4
Explore number theory and discrete mathematics, manipulate dot diagrams, and introduce the mathematics upon which modern computer science is built.
Math Beasts Camp 5
Explore combinatorics, build probability skills, and solve problems in game theory through pattern recognition, working backwards, and invariance.
Math Beasts Camp 6 (Prealgebra Prep)
Introduce graph theory through puzzles and games, explore sequences and series, and reinforce number sense with fractions, statistics, and equations.
Math Beasts Camp 7-8 (Algebra Prep)
Explore the world of cryptography while reviewing key Prealgebra concepts through puzzles, games, and interactive discussions.
Math Beasts Camp 8-9 (Geometry Prep)
Review key Algebra concepts while exploring deep branches of geometry not commonly seen in a traditional curriculum.
Middle School Math Contests: Number Theory and Geometry
Prepare for challenging math competitions through 2D and 3D geometry, number bases, factors, and more.
Middle School Math Contests: Algebra and Counting
Prepare for challenging math competitions through combinatorics, sequences and series, algebraic word problems, logic, and more.
Summer Language Arts
Creative Writing(Grades 3–4)
Read and analyze short picture book stories to master storytelling techniques like narration, plot and character creation, and problems within stories.
Readers Theater(Grades 4–5)
Analyze and annotate scripts, act out a range of texts, and create scenes for the stage using interactive games and acting exercises.
Language Arts Triathlon(Grades 5-6)
Develop skills in grammar, vocabulary, and writing, then put those skills to the test in the ultimate battle of words.
Poetry and Analysis(Grades 6–7)
Build analytical and creative writing skills by reading, discussing, and creating poems and engaging in poetic presentations.
Mock Trial: Persuasive Speaking(Grades 7–8)
Engage in a mock trial to develop critical reading skills, practice public persuasive speaking, and write arguments to support your positions.