Homeschool Classes

Starting in 2017, By The Numbers will be offering homeschool classes for grades 3rd through 12th! See below for a description of each class. To reserve your spot in a class, click the “Book Now!” link and reserve your spot. Jen will contact you shortly with information about what you need to get started!

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Fractions –¬†Grades 3rd through 5th – Six Weeks – 1 hour – Mondays -10AM – January 9th through February 20 – $100 per student

We will be discussing everything fractions. From what is a fraction, to adding and subtracting fractions without common denominators. There will be no class on January 16 and February 20.

Prerequisites: Basic math skills, such as multiplication and division facts.


Geometry – Grades 4th through 6th – Six Weeks – 1 hour – Tuesdays – 10AM – January 10 through February 14 – $100 per student

In this class, we will begin to explore shapes. We will learn what makes up a shape, how to identify shapes and what composite shapes are. We will also discuss perimeter and area.

Prerequisites: Basic math skills, such as multiplication and division facts.


Ratios/Proportions – Grades 4th through 7th – Six Weeks – 1 hour – Wednesdays – 10 AM – January 11 through February 15 – $100 per student

We see proportions in our everyday world. Understanding ratios and proportions can help students solve real world problems, figure out conversions and so much more.

Prerequisites: Basic math skills. Preferred skills: Basic word problems


Pre-Algebra – Grades 6th through 8th – Six Weeks – 1 hour – Wednesdays – Noon – January 11 through February 16 – $100 per student

Algebra is the building block of mathematics. Having a firm understanding of pre-algebra topics can help a student excel in their upcoming Algebra class. In this class we will discuss what variables are and how to use them in equations.

Prerequisites: Basic math skills.


Algebra I A – Grades 8th through 10th through Eight Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Mondays – Noon – January 9 through March 6 – $150 per student

Algebra is the building block of mathematics. In this class we will discuss equations, inequalities, functions, graphing, and systems of equations. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 3 quizzes and 3 tests. This class, combined with Algebra I B, will cover all Algebra I topics. There will be no class on January 16 and February 20.

Prerequisites: Pre-algebra


Algebra I A – Grades 8th through 10th through Eight Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Mondays – Noon – March 20 through May 8 – $150 per student

In this class we will discuss exponents, exponential functions, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions and equations, radical expressions and equations, rational expressions and functions, data analysis and probability. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 3 quizzes and 3 tests. This class, combined with Algebra I A, will cover all Algebra I topics.

Prerequisites: Algebra I B


High School Geometry A– Grades 9th through 11th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Tuesdays – Noon – January 10 through March 7 – $150 per student

Geometry is the study of shapes. In this class we will discuss the Foundations of Geometry, geometric reasoning, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangle congruence, properties and attributes of triangles, polygon and quadrilaterals. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with High School Geometry B, will cover all Geometry topics.

Prerequisites: Algebra I


High School Geometry B – Grades 9th through 11th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Tuesdays – Noon – March 21 through May 16 – $150 per student

In this class we will discuss similarity, right triangles, trigonometry, transformational geometry, perimeter, circumference, area, spatial reasoning, circles, and geometric probability. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with High School Geometry A, will cover all Geometry topics.

Prerequisites: High School Geometry A


Algebra II A – Grades 10th through 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Wednesdays – 1:30 PM – January 11 through March 8 – $150 per student

Algebra II takes everything learned in Algebra I and extends the knowledge. In this class, we will discuss expressions, equations, inequalities, functions, graphs, linear systems, quadratic functions, polynomials and polynomials functions, radical functions, rational exponents, and exponential and logarithmic functions. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with Algebra II B will cover all Algebra II topics.

Prerequisites: Algebra I


Algebra II B – Grades 10th through 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Wednesdays – 1:30 PM – March 22 through May 17 – $150 per student

In this class we will discuss rational functions, sequences and series, quadratic relations, conic sections, probability and statistics, matrices, periodic functions and trigonometry, and trigonometric identities and equations. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with Algebra II A will cover all Algebra II topics.

Prerequisites: Algebra II A


PreCalculus A – Grades 10th through 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Thursdays – Noon – January 12 through March 9 – $150 per student

PreCalculus is an extension of Algebra II and starts building the foundations for Calculus. In this class, we will discuss graphs, functions, linear and quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions and analytic trigonometry. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with PreCalculus B will cover all PreCalculus topics.

Prerequisites: Algebra II


PreCalculus B – Grades 10th through 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Thursdays – Noon – March 23 through May 18 – $150 per student

In this class we will discuss applications of trigonometric functions, polar coordinates, vectors, analytic geometry, systems of equations and inequalities, sequences, counting and probability, and limits. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with PreCalculus A will cover all PreCalculus topics.

Prerequisities: PreCalculus A


Calculus I A – Grades 11th and 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Mondays – 1:30 PM – January 9 through March 6 – $200 per student

Calculus is what makes math make sense. Typically, while taking a calculus course, a student will have that “Aha!” moment where everything just makes sense. In this class, we will be discussing limits and their properties and differentiation. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with Calculus I B will cover all Calculus I topics.

Prerequisites: PreCalculus


Calculus I B – Grades 11th and 12th – Nine Weeks – 1 1/2 hours – Mondays – 1:30 PM – March 20 through April 24 – $200 per student

In this class, we will be discussing applications of differentiation and integration. This class can be taken for credit and grades will be assigned. There will be 4 quizzes and 4 tests. This class, combined with Calculus I A will cover all Calculus I topics.

Prerequisites: Calculus I A