AoPS Academy offers small, engaging virtual math courses yearround for motivated students in grades 2 through 12.
In instructorled classes, your student will develop problemsolving and communication skills that will help them succeed in school and beyond. An interactive online platform complements live instruction from mathematics experts.
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Format
Students learn from live instructors in an interactive virtual classroom. With 10 to 16 students per class, there’s plenty of opportunity for direct interaction as students collaborate with their class and dedicated peer group.

Curriculum
All of our courses follow a curriculum designed by AoPS. Since 1993, AoPS has trained the next generation of resilient, confident problem solvers. We believe in tough but accessible challenges and student ownership of learning.
Our Honors Math courses 2–5 use Beast Academy, a rigorous math curriculum designed by AoPS. Beast Academy is set up as a complete math program, but it can also be used as a supplementary curriculum in a public, private, or homeschool setting.
Starting at Level 6, we offer two parallel curricular tracks. While our Honors Math courses continue to challenge students to develop their critical thinking skills, our Contest Math courses add problemsolving sessions to prepare students for math competitions like MATHCOUNTS, MAA AMC, and more.
The AoPS curriculum team has designed a wide variety of special activities and explorations for our summer courses. These classes dive into topics that we believe are essential for students' success in the following academic year and introduce students to mathematical concepts not typically covered in a school curriculum.

Requirements
Classes are held through video conferences in an online classroom. Students will need:
 Access to a desktop or laptop with a camera and microphone
 A calm, quiet location to work

Sequence
A higherlevel course is built upon the knowledge and skills of a lowerlevel course. We recommend first honing in on your student’s level by their age, and then have them take a placement test.
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