Adv Math (Saxon - 2nd Edition) - Complete
Open To:

Grade 9-12 students who have successfully finished Saxon Algebra II with A or B grade.

Materials Used:

Saxon Advanced Math, 2nd edition and home school packet.

Description:

This challenging course completes the entire text in one year. This pre-calculus course covers topics in advanced algebra, analytic geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. Course focuses on key areas. Most tests online but a few need to be mailed or scanned. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

2 HS credits

Cost: $482.00
Adv Math (Saxon - 2nd Edition) - Year 1
Open To:

Grade 9-12 students who have completed the majority of Saxon Algebra 2 with a grade of A or B. 

Materials Used:

Saxon Advanced Math, 2nd edition and home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This pre-calculus course covers topics in advanced algebra, analytic geometry, and trigonometry. Course will focus on key areas. Most tests online but a few need to be mailed or scanned. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

1 HS credit

Cost: $482.00
Adv Math (Saxon - 2nd Edition) - Year 2
Open To:

Grade 9-12 students who have completed the first half of Advanced Math with a grade of A or B. 

Materials Used:

Saxon Advanced Math, 2nd edition and home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This pre-calculus course covers topics in advanced algebra, analytic geometry, and trigonometry. Course will focus on key areas. Most tests online but a few need to be mailed or scanned. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

1 HS credit

Cost: $482.00
Algebra 1/2 (Saxon - 3rd Edition)
Open To:

Grade 7-12 students. (Placement test may be required.)

Materials Used:

Saxon Algebra 1/2, 3rd edition home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard Pre-Algebra course. Course focuses on key areas. Students use family site for online tests and quizzes. Class meets once a week, 60 minutes duration.

1 HS credit if done in Grade 9 or above.

Cost: $300.00
Algebra I (Saxon - 3rd Edition) (2x a week)
Open To:

Grade 7-12 students who have completed a pre-algebra course with a grade of A or B. Note: Please contact us if you would like a Grade 7 student to take this course.

Materials Used:

Saxon Algebra 1, 3rd edition, home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard Algebra 1 course. Course focuses on key areas. Students use family site for online tests and quizzes. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

1 HS credit if done in Grade 8 or above.

Cost: $482.00
Algebra II (Saxon - 3rd Edition) (2x a week)
Open To:

Grade 8-12 students who have completed the majority of Saxon Algebra 1 with a grade of A or B.

Materials Used:

Saxon Algebra 2, 3rd edition and home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard Algebra 2 course. This is the necessary course to transition from high school level work to college level work. Course focuses on key areas. Most tests online but a few need to be mailed or scanned. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

1 HS credit

Cost: $482.00
Calculus I (Saxon)
Open To:

Students in Grades 10-12 who have completed Adv Math 2 or Adv Math Complete or TT Pre-Calculus..

Materials Used:

Saxon Calculus, 2nd edition, homeschool packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers the first half of Saxon's Calculus book and includes standard calculus topics like limits, derivatives, and integrals. Course will focus on key areas. Most tests online but a few need to be mailed or scanned.  

1.0 HS credits

Cost: $482.00
Geometry (Jacobs - 3rd Edition)
Open To:

Grade 9-12 students who have completed the majority of Saxon Algebra 1 with a grade of C or above.

Materials Used:

Jacob’s Geometry by Harold Jacobs, 3rd edition, test booklet and Teacher’s Manual for 3rd edition.

Description:

This course teaches Euclidean geometry; students will discuss and demonstrate proofs in class. Students use family site for online tests and quizzes. Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.

1 HS credit

Cost: $482.00
Integrated Algebra I & Geometry
Open To:

Grade 8-12 students who have completed the majority of a pre-algebra  with a grade of B or above.

Materials Used:

Jacob’s Geometry by Harold Jacobs, 3rd edition, test booklet and Teacher’s Manual for 3rd editionl; Saxon Algebra 1, 3rd edition, home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course will teach Algebra I and Geometry side by side. Students will complete both books over a two year period. The students doing this course will not get rusty on their Algebra! Class meets twice a week, 45 minutes duration.
1 HS credit

Cost: $482.00
Math 76 (Saxon - 4th Edition)
Open To:

Students in Grades 5-12. 

Materials Used:

Saxon Math 76, 4th edition, home school packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard middle school course. Course focuses on key areas including pre algebra skills. Students use family site for online tests and quizzes. Class meets once a week, 60 minutes duration.

Cost: $300.00
Math 87 (Saxon - 3rd Edition)
Open To:

Students in Grade 6-12

Materials Used:

Saxon Math 87, 3rd edition homeschool packet from Saxon.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard middle school course. Course focuses on key areas including pre algebra skills. Students use family site for online tests and quizzes. Class meets once a week, 60 minutes duration.

1.0 HS credit if done in Grades 9-12.

Cost: $300.00
PreCalculus (Teaching Textbooks)
Open To:

Students in Grades 9-12 who have completed Algebra II.

Materials Used:

Teaching Textbook's Pre-Calculus 2.0, Textbook and Answer Key. Online syllabus provided.

Description:

This course covers topics mastered in a standard Pre-Calculus course. This is the necessary course to transition from high school level work to college level work. Course focuses on key areas. All tests are graded via mail or uploading feature. Class meets four times a week, 25 minutes duration.

Cost: $482.00

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