5172 Orange Ave
Cypress, California 90630

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Date: June 10 to June 28 (M-F)

Session 1: 8:00 - 10:00am

Session 2: 10:15 - 12:15am

(We will inform you which course is in what session)

 

MATH COURSES

Math 1 Honors (Session #1)

For incoming 7th graders who plan on taking Math 1 Honors during the 2019-20 school year

Students will be introduced to Common Core Math 1 Honors. We will explore operations with rational numbers, proportional reasoning, algebraic expressions & multi-step equations, geometry concepts in 2 & 3-dimensions, and statistics & probability. An equal balance between conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving with application will be emphasized in a collaborative and engaging learning environment. This program will provide a great foundation to the Oxford’s Common Core Math 1 Honors course.
 

Math 2 Honors (Session #1)

For incoming 7th/8th graders who plan on taking Math 2 Honors during the 2019-20 school year

 

Students will be introduced to Common Core Math 2 Honors. We will explore congruence and transformations of 2D figures, integer exponents,  linear functions, and systems of linear equations. An equal balance between conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving with application will be emphasized in a collaborative and engaging learning environment. This program will provide a great foundation to Oxford’s Common Core Math 2 Honors course.

 

Math 3-4 Honors (Session #2)

For incoming 8th/9th graders who plan on taking Math 3-4 Honors during the 2019-20 school year

 

Students will be introduced to Common Core Math 3-4 Honors.  We will investigate arithmetic and geometric sequences, solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, solve systems of equations and inequalities, and understand exponential growth and decay.  An equal balance between conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving with application will be emphasized in a collaborative and engaging learning environment. This program will provide a great foundation to Oxford’s Common Core Math 3-4 Honors course.

Math 4-5 Honors (Session #2)

For incoming 10th/11th graders who plan on taking Math 4-5 Honors during the 2019-20 school year

 

This course is a preparation for Math 4-5 Honors.  The course includes factoring polynomials, logarithmic and exponential functions, rational functions, solving quadratic functions, and introduction to complex numbers.  An equal balance between conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving with application will be emphasized in a collaborative and engaging learning environment.  This program will provide a great foundation to Oxford’s Common Core Math 4-5 Honors course.

ENGLISH COURSES

Strategic Readers/ Writers (Session #2)

(6th-8th grade)

Students will be immersed in a workshop-style class where they will learn strategies for becoming better readers and writers. Activities will focus on careful and purposeful reading, the writing process, and composing multi-paragraph essays for academic situations.

 

 

Developing Critical Reading and Writing Skills (Session #1)

(6th-10th grade)

This course will teach students how to think more critically and write more effectively using research-based strategies. Students will practice using cognitive techniques in both written and visual texts and use their observations to construct meaningful essays that adhere to the new Common Core standards.

 

TUITION COST

1 course: $375/ 2 courses: $690

Important Information (must read)

  • Course availability is based upon enrollment

  • Courses are for enrichment and preparation only

  • No official credit or subsequent course advancement is offered

  • Courses are intended for students grades 6-12

  • The grade levels listed with courses are based on student grade level for the 2019-2020 school year. Please respect these limitations as they assist us in providing meaningful and appropriate content to all.

  • Refund Policy:  Refunds are not given for absence, withdrawal, or any other reason. An exception is made if a course is cancelled and no alternative can be arranged.