This summer's best way to learn online
Summer Math Should
Shatter your expectations of what online math looks like.
Welcome to the most efficient and enjoyable way to learn math this summer, from the comfort of your own home. Our curriculum takes students from Pre-Algebra all the way to middle and high school math competitions such as MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, and AIME.
We've invented a way to make education as engaging as Instagram Live and Twitch, while lifting students far beyond the regular curriculum.
It actually looks and feels like what you just scrolled past.
And for a limited time, you can receive a discount by following the steps in our summer sale program.
If you haven't seen our revolutionary format, created by Prof. Po-Shen Loh, visit our introduction:
Our new technology platform allows us to launch new class times based upon requests. If you cannot find a match below for your dates, times, and course levels, please just submit a new class time request and we will try to create one for you. Or, you can choose to take our self-paced versions of these courses, which contain all of Prof. Loh's teaching.
We also offer a standard set of dates and times below. Our summer program operates like a university. Mix and match 20-hour courses. We have 2 paces for Summer 2022.
- Daily pace (recommended): 4 weeks, 5 weekdays per week. Homework over weekends.
- Session 1: Tue Jun 14 to Mon Jul 11
- Session 2: Tue Jul 12 to Mon Aug 8
- Alternate pace: 8 weeks, 2–3 evenings per week. Homework before every 5th class.
- Early July Start: Tue Jul 5 to Sun Aug 28
- Mid July Start: Mon Jul 18 to Sun Sep 11. (These evening classes continue during the school year.)
For the most effective results, we recommend taking one or two daily pace courses for each of the 2 sessions. This allows a student to take a total of 2–4 courses during the summer. Our unique live video teaching style is so entertaining that students love our classes, and can take them for 1–2 hours every day. This immersion in a fun math environment, guided by brilliant near-peers, transforms attitudes.
Our curriculum and teaching style were custom-designed by Prof. Po-Shen Loh. Through live interactive video, students develop mathematical creativity by brainstorming their own ideas for solving unfamiliar problems. They then receive expert guidance to see how their ideas can become solutions. The topics systematically cover the concepts in middle school (MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8) and early high school (AMC 10, AMC 12, AIME) math competitions.
Importantly, although the courses will significantly boost performance on math competitions, the teaching environment and content welcomes, encourages, and inspires students who are uninterested in math competitions. Our live courses give all students a new view of how interesting math can be, in a non-competitive environment. Each course module contains 20+ hours of class meeting time.
Our live courses follow the same curriculum as our self-paced courses (which have been taken by thousands of students). The full syllabus for each course is listed on the page for the self-paced version for each course.
Module 0 (Introduction)
An efficient whirlwind tour through all areas of beyond-curricular math (aligned with MATHCOUNTS and AMC 8). Designed to inspire students to love challenging math.Self-paced M0
Module 1 (Algebra Basics)
A deep dive into the algebraic concepts which can be understood with just a Pre-Algebra background (prerequisite knowledge: decimals, fractions, and percents). These concepts form the majority of the early problems on MATHCOUNTS and AMC 8.Self-paced M1
Module 2 (Geometry)
Rapidly teaches geometrical concepts through custom-designed problems that are understandable to students who have not yet taken a proof-based high school geometry course. Covers geometry which appears in MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, and AMC 10.Self-paced M2
Module 3 (Combinatorics)
A systematic introduction to one of the most interesting math subjects which is not taught in the standard school curriculum, but which often appears in hard problems on math contests. Covers concepts in MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, and AIME.Self-paced M3
Module 4 (Algebra)
Since algebraic problems appear twice as frequently as other subjects on MATHCOUNTS and AMC 8, this course makes a second pass at algebra, covering more advanced topics that Module 1 did not have time for.Self-paced M4
Module 5 (Number Theory)
Our most challenging course. A systematic introduction to abstract concepts across number theory, illustrated through custom-designed problems that make difficult-to-grasp ideas concrete. Covers concepts in MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, and AIME.Self-paced M5
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Have you taken any systematic math contest classes outside of school which are beyond Algebra?
All listed times are in USA Eastern Time. Each course costs $399, for 20+ hours of instruction (~$20/hour). However, for a limited time, you can receive a discount by following the steps in our summer sale program.
If none of these dates, times, and levels work for you, just submit a custom request. We will open new class dates and times when enough people submit overlapping requests. Or, you can choose to take our self-paced versions of these courses, which contain all of Prof. Loh's teaching.Submit custom request
Daily Pace Session 1
Tue Jun 14 to Mon Jul 11 (4 weeks), meeting every weekday. Schedule shifted on week of July 4.
Daily Pace Session 2
Tue Jul 12 to Mon Aug 8 (4 weeks), meeting every weekday.
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Module 5 (Number Theory)Enroll
Alternate Pace Starting Early July
Tue Jul 5 to Sun Aug 28 (8 weeks), meeting 2–3 evenings per week.
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Alternate Pace Starting Mid July
Mon Jul 18 to Sun Sep 11 (8 weeks), meeting 2–3 evenings per week.
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Course Info Sessions
Prof. Loh regularly holds interactive information sessions for parents. In them, he discusses our educational philosophy, and explains our new teaching techniques. He'll also answer any questions you have about anything in education.
Upcoming info sessions:
- Thu May 26, 8–9pm Eastern
- Thu Jun 2, 10–11pm Eastern
We'd love to talk. We want to help you find the best learning resources for your students. If it's not ours, we'll point you elsewhere. We understand the landscape, and created this because we know it's the best fit for many students. Email us any time at email@example.com.