Summer is a great time to get a head-start on challenging courses for the upcoming school year. We design personalized prep programs for all subjects that we tutor, which review important fundamentals from the past school year and introduce new concepts that students will soon face in their upcoming course work. Each transition program includes weekly homework, reading assignments, and practice tests to monitor and map student progress.

We offer in-person sessions, online tutoring, and hybrid programs (in-person/online combination).

SAT/ACT Summer Prep Program

More and more parents and students are using the summer to prepare for the SAT and ACT exams. This option is particularly beneficial to students who want to take SAT &/or ACT tests during the fall semester, have taken algebra II, and have busy schedules during the school year due to sports or other extracurricular activities. Our SAT/ACT program includes:

• 30 hours of individualized SAT/ACT math and verbal tutoring
• Instructional books and materials
• 3 full-length practice exams

Transition Into Algebra I

Many students in the Common Core curriculum begin high school with algebra I, making the transition from middle school challenging. To help students feel more confident about beginning high school math, we offer a structured review of pre-algebra topics including:

• Solving equations
• Translating word problems into equations
• Exponents
• Review of polynomials
• Factoring

Transition Into Algebra II & Geometry

If you are worried that your student is a bit rusty and may need to brush up on their algebra skills or get a jump-start on geometry concepts, our math transition programs are the answer!

Our algebra II program provides students with review of important algebra I concepts and gradually expands into more complex aspects of algebra II. The transition into algebra II program covers:

• Linear equations
• Functions
• Solving inequalities
• Laws of exponents
• Polynomials
• Factoring
• Using factoring to solve equations

Our geometry program provides students with an introduction to deductive reasoning and proofs, which many students find to be particularly challenging in the first semester because they differ so drastically from concepts learned in algebra I. The transition into geometry program covers:

• Use of definitions and postulates
• Introduction to deductive reasoning (proofs)
• Definition and properties of parallel lines
• Triangles and proofs involving congruent triangles

Transition Into Math I & Math II

Our transition into math I program provides students with review of important pre-algebra concepts and gradually expands into more complex aspects of algebra, as well as an introduction to deductive reasoning and proofs, which many students find to be particularly challenging in the first semester.

Our transition into math II program covers concepts heavily emphasized by Common Core curriculum such as:

• Functions
• Function transformations
• Review of linear equations
• Fractional equations
• Factoring
• Solving equations using factoring

This program also provides a review of coordinate geometry, proportions, deductive reasoning (proofs) and logic.

Transition Into AP Calculus

To ensure success with the new (and, we think, exciting) concepts introduced in Calculus, a strong foundation in algebra is essential. Our program will focus on reviewing advanced algebraic concepts such as:

• Complex fractions
• Fractional powers
• The difference quotient
• Parent functions and graphing
• Introduction to limits and basic derivatives - time permitting

Transition Into AP Chemistry & AP Biology

We can make AP chemistry less challenging! Our program helps students develop a strong understanding of:

• Dimensional analysis
• Atomic theory and periodic trends
• Composition and reaction stoichiometry (including empirical and molecular formulas, limiting and excess reactant problems, and solution stoichiometry)

Set yourself up for success in AP biology! Our program provides students with an overview of basic inorganic chemistry fundamentals, in particular the chemistry of water and an understanding of the biochemistry macromolecules, including:

• Nucleic acids
• Proteins
• Carbohydrates

Summer Reading Development For All Ages

Get a strong start on next school year's academic reading with our reading development program! Our tutors will work with students to create an individualized plan that includes both fiction and non fiction reading specific to their interests and abilities. Our program includes: