Integrated Science Topics

Our Integrated Science Topics course is a comprehensive course designed to prepare elementary students for middle school, and beyond. Integrated science topics course covers several broad areas of science including, life science, physical science, space science, chemistry, physics, and earth science. Our program is designed to guide young learners to observe and understand how the world works around them. We follow the TCI science curriculum, a standard curriculum for US schools. This course has an array of tests and quizzes to evaluate student performance, accordingly instructors may also assign homework based on class progress. Our course is divided into 6 main topics, which are listed below:

TOPIC 1 - Physical Science

TOPIC 2 - Earth Science

TOPIC 3 - Space Science

TOPIC 4 - Life Science

TOPIC 5 - Chemistry

TOPIC 6 - Physics

Math I

Our Math I course is a comprehensive course designed to prepare elementary students for higher grades, and give ahead start for students on the next school year. We teach a variety of addition and subtraction strategies for numbers 0-20 in addition to sequencing, place value, measurement, telling time, using graphs and knowing three dimensional shapes. Our course is a highly accelerated course, and encompasses many grades of teaching into a small period of time. Curriculum for this course will be sent via email to parents when they register their student. 

Math II

Our Math II is a comprehensive course designed to prepare elementary students for middle school, and give students a head start on the next academic year. In this course students develop an understanding of multi-digit multiplication and division; fraction equivalence and operations with fractions; and classification and analysis of geometric figures and their angles. Students continue to explore operations with fractions; develop understanding of operations containing whole numbers and decimals to hundredths; and familiarize themselves with volume. Our course is a highly accelerated course, and encompasses many grades of teaching into a small period of time. Curriculum for this course will be sent via email to parents when they register their student. 

Introduction to Python

Our Introduction to Python course is a comprehensive course designed to prepare students for independent coding and beyond. The Introduction to Python course teaches the fundamentals of computer programming as well as some advanced features of the Python language. Students will develop an appreciation for how computers store and manipulate information by building simple console-based games. This course has an array of tests and quizzes to evaluate student performance, accordingly instructors may also assign homework based on class progress. Our course is divided into 8 main units, which are listed below:

UNIT 1 - Introduction to Programming and Turtle Graphics

UNIT 2 - Basic Python and Console Interaction

UNIT 3 - Conditionals

UNIT 4 - Looping

UNIT 5 - Functions and Exceptions

UNIT 6 - Strings

UNIT 7 - Creating and Altering data structure

UNIT 8 - Extending Data Structures