Prevent the Summer Slide.
Math can be hard to remember on good day! Now imagine you haven't looked at it for almost 3 months.
Math is cumulative  having a strong base is important to do well in future math classes.
Keep your math skills sharp, get a deeper understanding of confusing concepts, and jump start next year's math success.
Algebra I  six 2 hour sessions:
Tues 6/25/24  7/30/24 from 3:305:30pm
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Algebra 2  six 2 hour sessions:
Wed 6/26/24  7/31/24 from 3:305:30pm
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Geometry  six 2 hour sessions:
Wed 6/26/24  7/31/24 from 68pm
Algebra I
Algebra 1 is a fundamental course in mathematics that focuses on the study of algebraic operations and their applications. In this summer Algebra 1 course, students will learn the basics of algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities and apply them to linear functions, graphing, and systems of equations.
The course will begin with an introduction to variables, expressions, and equations, including how to solve equations using the four operations. Students will learn how to solve and graph linear equations and inequalities using slope and intercepts.
After mastering the basics, students will move on to more complex topics, such as quadratic equations, polynomials, factoring, and rational expressions. They will also learn about the properties of exponents and roots, as well as how to work with scientific notation.
Throughout the course, students will be expected to apply algebraic concepts to realworld problems and use critical thinking skills to solve challenging mathematical problems. By the end of the course, students will have a solid foundation in algebra and be prepared to move on to higherlevel math courses.
Algebra 2
Algebra 2 goes deeper into the study of functions, equations, and graphs learned in Algebra 1. In an Algebra 2 summer course, students cover a lot of material in a condensed period of time, typically over the course of six to eight weeks. Here is a summary of what a typical Algebra 2 summer course might cover:

Functions: Students begin by reviewing the concept of a function, and learn how to analyze and graph different types of functions, including linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions.

Systems of Equations and Inequalities: Students learn how to solve systems of linear equations and inequalities, both algebraically and graphically. They also learn how to solve and graph systems involving other types of equations, such as quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic equations.

Polynomials: Students learn how to factor and solve polynomial equations, including quadratic, cubic, and higherdegree polynomials. They also learn how to use the Remainder and Factor Theorems to analyze polynomial functions.

Rational Functions: Students learn how to analyze and graph rational functions, including how to find the domain, vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and intercepts.

Conic Sections: Students learn how to graph and analyze conic sections, including circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas.

Sequences and Series: Students learn how to analyze and graph sequences and series, including arithmetic and geometric sequences, as well as finite and infinite series.

Trigonometry: Students learn the basic trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, tangent) and their inverses, and how to use them to solve right triangles and other problems.

Matrices: Students learn how to perform operations on matrices, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and inversion, as well as how to use matrices to solve systems of equations.

Probability and Statistics: Students learn the basics of probability and statistics, including how to calculate probabilities, analyze data sets, and use statistical measures such as mean, median, and mode.
Throughout the course, students also develop problemsolving skills, learn to work with realworld applications, and become proficient in using graphing calculators and other technology to aid in their studies. By the end of the course, students should have a solid foundation in algebraic concepts and techniques, which will prepare them for more advanced courses in math and science.
Geometry
Our Summer Geometry Essentials course offers a condensed yet comprehensive exploration of fundamental geometric concepts. Through a combination of lectures, problemsolving sessions, and interactive activities, you'll gain a solid understanding of geometric principles that will serve as a foundation for further mathematical study and realworld applications.
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Course Objectives:

Understand the basic principles of Euclidean geometry, including points, lines, angles, and planes and their relationships with one another.

Explore geometric transformations such as reflections, translations, rotations, and dilations.

Learn about geometric properties of polygons, circles, and threedimensional figures.

Develop problemsolving and proof writing skills through application of geometric theorems and postulates.

Discover connections between geometry and other mathematical disciplines, as well as practical applications in fields such as architecture, engineering, and computer graphic
The course will incorporate various algebraic essentials, including solving equations, factoring quadratics, multiplying binomials, and simplifying radicals, into some of its units.