Common Core


A heightened understanding of mathematical concepts covered throughout the Common Core standards helps prepare students for competitive careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Deeper Understanding

A deeper understanding of fewer concepts covered in each grade level. This helps prepare students for advanced degrees. Each grade, students apply what they have already learned to more challenging mathematical concepts and gain a richer understanding of the material being covered.

Common Core

Real World Applications

A focus on real-world applications for mathematics. Students are taught to apply mathematical concepts to real-world situations involving numbers. Examples include computing taxes and interest. An introduction to statistics at an early age helps prepare students for degrees in the liberal arts and sciences

Solid Foundation

A solid foundation of arithmetic prepares students for everyday math.