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Select a plan below, on the next page you will then choose from 6th, 7th, or 8th grade math, Algebra I or Algebra II
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Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q)
6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Math
These courses are designed to supplement students in middle school mathematics. Our goal is for the students to use mathematics and reasoning skills to investigate the world around them. Our courses are aligned to state and common core standards. Students will focus on improving their problem-solving skills as well as their mental math, estimation skills, and grow in their ability to reason critically.
6th Grade Math
We review and enrich the students. This course will provide students with essential concepts that will help them become successful in mathematics. Students will increase their basic math skills, learn problem-solving strategies, and increase their understanding in their primary/core math course. The topics include: (1) performing basic operations with whole numbers; (2) fractions; (3) decimals; (4) percents; and (5) integers.
7th Grade Math
Our program expands upon the concepts introduced in sixth grade math course. In this course the major emphasis is on early algebraic and geometric thinking, the course is also committed to strengthening students’ arithmetic and problem solving skills with rational numbers. The topics include: (1) Number & Operations with Algebra; (2) Geometry; (3) Data and Statistics.
8th Grade Math
The Grade Eight Mathematics course is heavily focused on deepening algebraic concepts and thinking. The course will provide students with essential concepts that will help them be successful in mathematics. Students will increase their basic math skills, learn problem-solving strategies, and increase their understanding in their primary/core math course. The course load includes performing basic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and integers.
The Algebra I course is aligned to state and common core standards. Our goal is to develop algebraic skills and concepts necessary for students to succeed in advanced courses. Our program in this course provides for the use of algebraic skills in a wide range of problem-solving situations. The topics include: (1) operations with real numbers; (2) linear equations and inequalities; (3) relations and functions; (4) polynomials; (5) algebraic fractions; and (6) nonlinear equations.
Extending upon the principals learned in the Algebra I course, our Algebra II course provides further development of the concepts. The topics include: (1) relations, functions, equations and inequalities; (2) conic sections; (3) polynomials; (4) algebraic fractions; (5) logarithmic and exponential functions; (6) sequences and series; and (7) counting principles and probability.
Where do I do choose the math course?
Once you click the “Select Plan” button you can choose the math course on the following page.
What hours are your live teachers/tutors available?
Our awesome tutors and certified teachers are available weekdays from 1pm to 10pm central time. On weekends they are available from 10am to 3pm central time.
Do the lessons and courses help with state exams?
Yes! Our coursework is aligned to state and common core standards, so you can be assured your student will be on a path to improve on those tests.
I still don’t understand what it means to be “adaptive”?
Our adaptive methodology figures out where a student is deficient or struggling on a math topic. We then build their skills in that topic so they concentrate on where they need the most help.
How many students have used Olympus Math?
Currently Olympus Math is used in 100+ schools in 35 school districts nationwide. We’re very proud that we’ve helped tens of thousands of students improve their math skills and scores!