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    • Mathematics
Upper School (9–12)


All classes IN-PERSON

Algebra I 

This is an elementary Algebra course where emphasis is placed on developing facility in working with algebraic terminology. Students study concepts including variables, linear equations, factoring, graphing, and verbal problems. Classroom lectures are supplemented by homework assignments and video lessons from an electronic textbook. (Also listed for Middle School.) 
June 17 – July 26*  
10:00 am–12:00 pm
*No class: June 19, July 4 & July 5

Intensive Algebra I Review MiniCourse

Grades 8-9
This 3-hour class is designed for students who have already completed an Algebra I course but need additional practice and review to internalize the concepts. Topics will include but not be limited to linear systems, quadratic analysis, and transformations of all types of functions. This will be a very active course, with students participating in discussions and sharing solutions on a daily basis.
June 17 – June 28*  
12:30 pm–3:30 pm
*No class: June 19

Algebra II

A review and extension of topics from Algebra I, new topics studied in Algebra II include absolute value, exponents and radicals, quadratic and higher polynomial functions, and logarithms. Students also receive an introduction to Trigonometry. Prerequisite: Algebra I 
June 17– July 26*
8:00 am–10:00 am
*No class:  June 19, July 4 & July 5


A deductive Euclidean Geometry course in two and three dimensions, students study logical systems, lines, planes, angles, triangles, congruence, polygons, and circles. The course also covers the volume and surface area of three dimensional figures. Prerequisite: Algebra I 
June 17 – July 26
12:30–2:30 pm
*No class: June 19, July 4 & July 5


An intensive development of the elementary functions of a single variable, students learn about real numbers, inequalities, analytic geometry of the plane, and the function concept. Polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic and trigonometric functions are studied in detail. Prerequisite: Algebra II
June 17 – July 26
10:00am–12:00 pm
*No class: June 19, July 4 & July 5

Introduction to Calculus MINICOURSE *New Start Date

Grades 10-12 
The intent of this daily one-hour session is to review several important topics from Precalculus for Calculus I or AB in the Fall. We will focus on different types of functions, graphs, and trigonometry. Also, we will take a brief look at derivatives and integrals.  Prerequisite: Precalculus 
June 24 - July 26

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning NEWCANCELLED

Grades 9-12
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is a summer course for those interested in pursuing future study in mathematics, data science, computer science or statistics and are curious about technology. Artificial intelligence is a broad field of computer science focused on creating intelligent systems capable of performing tasks that would typically require human intelligence. Machine learning is defined as the specialized branch of AI that aims to use mathematical models that learn from data.  This class will familiarize students with a broad cross section of applications, models and algorithms for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The course will involve computer programming in Python. Prerequisites: Algebra II. Students should have a strong foundation in mathematics including working knowledge of matrices, functions, descriptive statistics and mathematical modeling. Prior experience with programming and computer science are nice-to-haves but not required. Also listed under Upper School Technology

Introduction to Statistics and Probability NEWCANCELLED

Grades 10-12
Unlock the power of data and probability in this intensive three-week summer course designed for high school students. Statistics and Probability offers an engaging and hands-on approach to understanding key concepts in statistics and probability theory. Throughout the course, students will delve into the world of data analysis, learning how to collect, organize, and interpret data to make informed decisions. The curriculum covers fundamental statistical concepts such as measures of central tendency, variability, and correlation. Students will also explore probability theory, including basic probability rules, conditional probability, and probability distributions. The course integrates practical applications of statistics and probability in various real-world scenarios, emphasizing their relevance in fields such as finance, science, and social sciences. Students will engage in interactive activities, case studies, and projects that encourage critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Prerequisites: Algebra 1. Students should have a strong foundation in mathematics and be curious about data. Note: If your student has access to a Ti-84 graphing calculator or higher model, that'd be a plus.
Located in Washington, D.C., St. Albans Summer Programs – a combined summer camp and summer school for area and out-of-town boys and girls in grades Pre-K through 12 – provides half- and full-day academic and art classes and athletic camps for football, golf, swimming, and tennis at state-of-the-art athletic facilities.