LTP is proud to offer our High School Jump Start Program for Summer 2017. These courses are designed to help students “hit the ground running” in the fall by preparing throughout the summer. LTP tutors are very familiar and experienced with the Loudoun County curriculum and know what students need to learn for initial and continued success in the first semester.
2017 Summer Jump Start Program
Each class is designed as a four-week session, meeting twice a week, for a total of 16 hours. Please see below for exact days and times for each class, which will be limited to 10 students.
Price per class: $799 (Multiple class discounts available)
Introduction to AP Calculus
Calculus demystified. A comprehensive approach to Calculus, this course includes Precalculus review, limits, derivatives and its applications. Course success is enhanced by our tutors’ familiarity with the Loudoun County math curriculum and the nuances of individual teachers and their testing methods.
Monday July 24, 7pm – 9pm Wednesday July 26, 7pm – 9pm
Monday July 31, 7pm – 9pm Wednesday August 2, 7pm – 9pm
Monday August 7, 7pm – 9pm Wednesday August 9, 7pm – 9pm
Monday August 14, 7pm – 9pm Wednesday August 16, 7pm – 9pm
Introduction to Precalculus
This thorough introduction to Precalculus provides a course overview, focusing on 1st semester material. Topics include analytical geometry (conic sections), polynomial and rational functions, trigonometric functions and concepts, and logarithms.
Tuesday July 25, 7pm – 9pm Thursday July 27, 7pm – 9pm
Tuesday August 1, 7pm – 9pm Thursday August 3, 7pm – 9pm
Tuesday August 8, 7pm – 9pm Thursday August 10, 7pm – 9pm
Tuesday August 15, 7pm – 9pm Thursday August 17, 7pm – 9pm
Introduction to Algebra II
Algebra II builds on the concepts learned in Algebra I and forms the basis for all major problem solving activity in Precalculus and Calculus. Key activities that will be studied include functions, radical and polynomial expressions, solving quadratic equations, rationalizing and factoring, complex numbers, graphing non-linear equations using transformations, domain and range, end behavior, and horizontal and vertical asymptotes.
Sunday July 23, 4pm – 6pm Thursday July 27, 5pm – 7pm
Sunday July 30, 4pm – 6pm Thursday August 3, 5pm – 7pm
Sunday August 6, 4pm – 6pm Sunday August 13, 4pm – 6pm
Monday August 14, 5pm – 7pm Sunday August 20, 4pm – 6pm
Introduction to Geometry
A clear and organized approach to foster an understanding of Geometry, this comprehensive class offers an overview for students, allowing them to focus on the practical aspects of geometry and specifically, how to solve various geometric problems. Basics of geometry include: relationships between angles formed by two lines cut by a transversal; understanding problems involving congruency, symmetry and transformation; review of coordinate geometry skills; and an introduction to triangle concepts and circle concepts.
Saturday July 29, 12pm – 2pm Sunday July 30, 12pm – 2pm
Saturday August 5, 12pm – 2pm Sunday August 6, 12pm – 2pm
Tuesday August 8, 7pm – 9pm Saturday August 12, 12pm – 2pm
Sunday August 13, 12pm – 2pm Tuesday August 22, 7pm – 9pm