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# Private Tutoring

Private tutoring is available year round.

# SAT Math Prep Workshop

This workshop helps students increase their SAT math score. Students will watch a comprehensive set of training videos. Four hours of class time will provide additional in depth training, personalized tutoring and customized assistance as needed.

# Dr. Christian Seberino's Classes:

Algebra 1

Algebra 2

AP Calculus AB

AP Computer Science A

AP Physics 1

Geometry

Physics

Prealgebra

Precalculus

(AP refers to the Advanced Placement program.)

# Class Descriptions

Algebra 1 - This is an introduction to algebra. Topics covered include real numbers, exponents, polynomials, rational expressions, radicals, factoring, solving equations, solving inequalities, solving systems of equations and solving systems of inequalities. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Prealgebra. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

Algebra 2 - This is an intermediate algebra course. Topics covered include functions and solving absolute value, polynomial, rational, radical, complex, series, exponential and logarithmic equations. materials are provided for free. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Algebra 1. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

AP Calculus AB - This is an introduction to calculus. Topics covered include limits, differentiation and integration. This course prepares students to take the Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus AB test for college credit. The AP test is optional and not required. (This course has been audited by the College Board and approved.) The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Precalculus. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

AP Computer Science A - This is an introduction to computer science. Topics covered include interpreters, compilers, variables, functions, conditionals, loops, strings, file handling, exceptions, algorithms, data structures, object oriented program design, encapsulation, primitive types, reference types, static types, interfaces, searching and sorting. This course uses the Python and Java programming languages. This course prepares students to take the Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science A test for college credit. The AP test is optional and not required. (This course has been audited by the College Board and approved.) The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Algebra 1. Concurrent enrollment in Algebra 1 is acceptable. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here.

AP Physics 1 - This is an introduction to physics. Topics covered include kinematics, dynamics, Newton's Laws, circular motion, gravity, simple harmonic motion, impulse, momentum, work, energy, rotational motion, torque, angular momentum and waves. This course prepares students to take the Advanced Placement (AP) Physics 1 test for college credit. The AP test is optional and not required. (This course has been audited by the College Board and approved.) The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class are Geometry and Algebra 2. Concurrent enrollment in Algebra 2 is acceptable. Neither trigonometry nor calculus are requirements. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

Geometry - This is an introduction to geometry. Topics covered include logic, proofs, lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, planes, prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, spheres, loci and coordinate geometry. Books and other class materials are provided for free. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Algebra 1. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

Physics - This is an introduction to physics. Topics covered include kinematics, dynamics, Newton's Laws, circular motion, gravity, simple harmonic motion, impulse, momentum, work, energy, rotational motion, torque, angular momentum and waves. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class are Geometry and Algebra 2. Concurrent enrollment in Algebra 2 is acceptable. Neither trigonometry nor calculus are requirements. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.

Prealgebra - This class prepares students for algebra. Topics covered include natural numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, percents, proportions and variables. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. There are no prerequisites for this class. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here.

Precalculus - This class prepares students for calculus. Topics covered include advanced analysis and applications of functions and trigonometry. The curriculum is a custom web based system that is compatible with several excellent textbooks. You can use one of several textbooks of your choosing. You can also use an optional freely available textbook provided with the curriculum if desired. This class will include video lectures in addition to optional weekly drop in tutoring hours. Although there is a fixed schedule, students can start at any time during the year of their choosing. The prerequisite for this class is Algebra 2. Grades will be based on several graded exams and weekly graded homeworks. See the class syllabus here. Access an entrance exam to help gauge preparedness for this class here. Get the solutions here.