Enrichment Program

Enrichment Program

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Middle School and High School Enrichment Program

 

Middle School Enrichment Program

  • Math: Pre-Algebra/Algebra I 
    1. Accepting Grades 6 and Above.
    2. Algebra is the most fundamental math course in middle and high school.
    3. Algebra is a required course for graduation.
    4. Topics include expressions, systems of equations, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, radical and rational expressions.
    5. Fundamental step towards entering secondary schools.
    6. Essential subject for various standardized tests including SAT I, ACT, SHSAT, SSAT/ISEE, Hunter College High School (HCHS) Entrance Exam.
    7. Approximately 90% of SAT questions will derive from Algebra I based questions.

 

  • English Language Arts 
    1. Accepting Grades 6 and Above.
    2. ELA is the most fundamental course in middle and high school.
    3. Topics will focus on mastery of reading comprehension and grammar .
    4. ELA is a required course for graduation.
    5. Essential subject for various standardized tests including SAT I, ACT, SHSAT, SSAT/ISEE, Hunter College High School (HCHS) Entrance Exam.

 

High School Enrichment Program

 

Mathematics

  • Algebra I 
    1. Accepting Grades 8 and Above.
    2. Algebra I is the most fundamental math course in high school.
    3. A required course for graduation.
    4. Topics include expressions, systems of equations, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, radical and rational expressions.
    5. Essential subject for various standardized tests including SAT I and ACT.
    6. Approximately 90% of SAT questions will derive from Algebra I based questions.
    7. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

  • Geometry 
    1. Accepting Grades 9 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Geometry is another fundamental math class in high school.
    4. Topics include lines, planes, angles, parallel lines, triangles, similarity, trigonometry, quadrilaterals, transformations, circles and area.
    5. Essential subject for various standardized tests including SAT I and ACT.
    6. Approximately 10% of SAT questions will derive from Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-calculus based questions.
    7. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

  • Algebra II (Trigonometry) 
    1. Accepting Grades 10 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Algebra II is another fundamental math course in high school.
    4. Topics include linear equations, inequalities, graphs, matrices, polynomials and radical expressions, quadratic equations, functions, exponential and logarithmic expressions, sequences and series, probability and trigonometry.
    5. Essential subject for various standardized tests including SAT I and ACT.
    6. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

Science

  • Biology
    1. Accepting Grades 9 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Topics include life processes and learn how different organisms meet the challenges of living in their environment.
    4. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

  • Chemistry
    1. Accepting Grades 9 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Topics include stoichiometry, thermodynamics, and virtual laboratory experiments.
    4. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

  • Physics
    1. Accepting Grades 10 and Above.
    2. Topics include motion, energy, electricity, magnetism, and the laws related to physical universe.
    3. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

 

History 

  • Global History
    1. Accepting Grades 9 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Topics include history and geography related to cultural development, political and economic systems and social structures.
    4. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

 

  • U.S. History
    1. Accepting Grades 10 and Above.
    2. A required course for graduation.
    3. Topics will focus on various events that have shaped U.S. history.
    4. Fundamental step towards taking advanced classes like APs and pursuing dream college entrances.

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