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Course Description

What can I get ahead and ensure the best grades in high-school math coursework? 


In this course, students get supplementary instruction and practice with math, allowing them to get head and gain a leg-up to ensure strong grades.


When: Saturday mornings, June and July

  • Algebra 1: 9:30am to 11am

  • Geometry: 11:30am to 1pm

  • Algebra 2: 9:30am to 11am

Where: Live Online Instruction, via Zoom

Instructors: Neil Kothari (EduAvenues Co-Founder), Charles Tang (Lead Mathematics Instructor), Sameer Sheth (Mathematics Instructor)

Learning Goal

By the end of this course, students will understand all of the foundational elements of the course, along with applications of these concepts.

Students will also gain access to numerous academic resources to advance their understanding.

Students in Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 bootcamps will also be exposed to word problems frequently found on the TJ Admissions test. 

Students choose between our Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus bootcamps

Summer 2022


Algebra 1

  • Expressions and equations, rates

  • Dimensional analysis, systems of equations

  • Inequalities and functions

  • Geometric and arithmetic sequences; irrational functions

  • Quadratics, exponential growth and decay


  • Planes, lines, and angles; triangles and properties

  • Pythagorean theorem and special tricks

  • Polygons and 2-sided proofs; circles and arc lengths

  • Distance and midpoint formulas; applications

  • Basic trig: sin, cos, tan functions and solid geometry

Algebra 2 & Trigonometry

  • Unit CirclePolynomials and synthetic/long division

  • Complex numbers, exponential modeling

  • Logarithms and natural logs, "e"

  • Sinusoidal models: shifting, scaling, and transforming functions

  • Tirgonometric identities and specific function graphs


  • Composite and inverse functions

  • Sin/cos/tan, sinusoidal functions

  • Complex numbers and rational functions

  • Matricies and vectors; combinatorics and probability

  • Introduction to conics


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What is the class size? What is the student:instructor ratio?
A: We cap our student to instructor ratio at 9:1. In other words, for every 9 students, we have at least 1 instructor present. This helps ensure that each student is able to receive plenty of individualized attention throughout the course.

Q: What if I can't attend one of the classes? What is the makeup policy?

A: No worries, we record every session, so every student can stay on pace. All students and parents will have access to the course material including recordings for the following year.

Q: How much homework can my student expect to receive per week?

A: Students can expect to receive 4-5 hours of homework between sessions, for a total of 32-40 hours of assignments outside of the class.

Q: Whom does this curriculum apply to?
A: This curriculum is geared towards students entering the math course the following year or summer. For example, if a student is currently in Algebra 1, but will be starting Geometry next Fall or this Summer, the Geometry bootcamp is most appropriate.

Q: Is there a sibling discount?

A: Yes! We have a $100 discount per family, for any families with two siblings who are enrolled in any of our bootcamps in the same year. Please email us to receive this discount.

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