Honors Calculus covers a full year of calculus for advanced eleventh graders and above (ages 16+).
Live instructors guide students through engaging calculus lessons, teaching problem-solving techniques that cultivate critical thinking and analytical skills vital to achieving college-level readiness in diverse fields like physics, engineering, economics, and computer science.
Choose the right level
Students who complete Honors Math 10: Precalculus are ready for Honors Calculus. To determine if your student is ready for this course or others at the Virtual Campus, learn more here.
Our expert instructors use Art of Problem Solving curriculum to teach Honors Calculus. AoPS curriculum is a much broader and deeper exploration of challenging mathematics than a typical math curriculum, preparing students for success at top universities and in competitive careers.
This course covers the Art of Problem Solving Calculus book.
In this comprehensive course, students delve into the essential concepts of calculus, mastering core topics such as limits, derivatives, integrals, and infinite series through thought-provoking investigations and meticulous proofs that foster a deep understanding and appreciation for the subject.
Our instructors hold classes virtually, in a small-sized (10-16 students) videoconferencing classroom.
Homework and exams
There are about 2 to 3 hours of homework each week. There are two timed exams in the course — one at the midpoint of the course, and one at the end.
Drop and refund policies
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The course runs for 36 weeks with one 105-minute lesson per week.
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