High School Math Tutoring
From Algebra I to Calculus, APi Math can support you throughout high school. Our instructors will help you prepare for college and career, and can even help you with your advanced math classes. Also see our Test Prep class for help with AP, SAT, and ACT tests.
High School Math Concepts
Number and Quantity
Students use rational and irrational exponents, complex numbers, vector quantities, and matrices.
Students choose and use appropriate mathematics and statistics to analyze and understand situations. This includes the use of technology such as graphing calculators, spreadsheets, and software.
Students perform operations with polynomials. They solve systems of equations and represent them graphically.
Students prove geometric theorems and make geometric constructions. They understand theorems about circles and explain volume formulas.
Students analyze and build functions that model relationships between quantities. They use trigonometric functions and prove trigonometric identities.
Statistics and Probability
Students summarize, represent, and interpret data, including linear models. They understand independence and conditional probability and compute probabilities of compound events.
Common Core standards focus on mastering multiple strategies to solve a problem, from concrete to abstract. Students need to demonstrate a deep understanding of mathematical concepts such as place value and equivalence. APi Math is aligned with Common Core standards and the curricula used in most middle schools.
Based on the national math curriculum used in Singaporean schools, Singapore math focuses on teaching fewer concepts at greater depth. Using a three-phase system of teaching concepts (concrete, pictorial, abstract), students master each skill in a way that is developmentally appropriate. APi offers Singapore Math for interested families.
Is your student struggling to stay engaged in class? APi Math provides challenging advanced math instruction that will test students' fluency and problem-solving skills. Concepts are accelerated, and students are introduced to more advanced math topics. Students also use their skills to solve complex real-world problems.