Math is the subject that typically has the greatest learning loss over time. Our math enrichment pathways are specifically designed to support students in learning and retaining key math skills.
Each of these pathways engage students for eight hours to deeply understand a specific set of topics. Our instructors work with students to dig into specific math topics, filling skill gaps they may have missed or forgotten, supporting the work they’re doing now, and preparing them to return to school ready for higher-level math classes.
Advanced Number Topics
This advanced-level pathway focuses on broader topics that are included in many precalculus curricula. These skills allow students to fully understand advanced number properties—and what they can and cannot do with these numbers. The foundations of these skills are crucial to success in college level math and STEM classes.
Some topics instructors may cover include complex numbers, logarithms, trigonometry, matrices, and vectors as well as an overview of discrete math and rational/irrational numbers.
Math for the Real World
Instructors work with students to build vital math skills that they will use for their entire lives and are crucial for college readiness.
In this pathway, students will dive deeply into statistics, probability, and data representation. These skills foster critical thinking and allow students to analyze and interpret a variety of data distributions and models.
Algebra II for College-Level Rigor
This pathway explores key Algebra II concepts, transferring 10th and 11th grade knowledge to the level of rigor seen on college entrance exams, including the ACT and SAT. This includes challenging skills like nonlinear equations and functions, factoring, solving quadratic equations, and conics.
An in-depth understanding of these topics is critical for progressing to the next level of math, and this module supports students getting ready to move beyond Algebra II.
Our Foundations module enables mastery of essential math basics that many students may have missed or forgotten, like ratios, proportional thinking, unit conversions, percents, and linear equations.
This module is scaled for an 8th – 10th grade level. Student understanding of these topics will extend into the higher levels of rigor needed to be successful in high school and college math.