Live Online Courses

CyberMath Academy now offers year-long live online courses. Sharpen your math/coding skills with our online courses!

Dates: See calendar for each course below for details please! (dates in fall semester have been listed below, spring dates will be added soon.)

Format: Live online teaching and problem solving sessions in addition to online activities to be completed every week. Each of our courses include two hours of teaching in addition to a one hour optional problem solving session per week during the academic year. We will offer them for 12 weeks in Fall and 12 weeks in Spring.

Ages: 11-18.

Tuition: $780 ($580 for transition to algebra course. $100 deposit or full tuition might be paid at the time of registration, remaining balance will be paid in two installments: one in the beginning of September, one in the beginning of January)

Accreditation: under process with Western Association of Schools and Colleges’ Accrediting Commission for Schools.

Outstanding Teachers!

Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Our online courses will be taught by some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.

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Courses offered at our coding camp

Courses

  • Advanced Middle School Math with AMC 8-10 / MathCounts Problems

    This course covers the main topics in middle school math. Students will be mastering these topics while solving challenging problems at the level of or from MathCounts, AMC-8, AMC 10 and similar competitions. Students go above and beyond Common Core standards in this brain-stimulating course. Students will also solve mathematical puzzles and cyphers and learn topics that are typically not covered at traditional school settings.

    Recommended Grade Levels: Although we do not limit students by grade level, this course is typically recommended for students in grades 4th-8th.

    Course Description: This course will familiarize students with the essential concepts and techniques in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Number Theory and Combinatorics. We will have a specific emphasis on problem solving where the students will constantly be challenged to think creatively.

    Teacher: Ertan Kaya. Please see our faculty page for his bio.

    Time of the Class: Saturdays 12 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern Time (9 am – 11:30 am in California).

    Schedule of Weekly Classes: 12 pm – 12:40 pm: Review of Homework Problems, 12:45 pm – 1:35 pm: 1st Period, 1:40 – 2:30 pm: 2nd Period

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

    Contest Preparation: MathCounts, AMC 8, AMC 10.

    Course Objectives: As of the completion of this course, students will:

    1. Have complete mastery of concepts covered in standard Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Geometry courses, as well as topics not covered in traditional school curriculum.

    2. Be able to explain and employ important theorems and techniques used in Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Geometry.

    3. Be able to reduce unfamiliar problems to basic principles, and cleverly employ techniques they’ve learned to find shortcuts in solution methods.

    Teaching Philosophy: We believe that building good problem-solving skills is as (if not more) important than knowing lots of theorems. As such, although the course will cover a considerable amount of material, the main emphasis will be on building problem-solving intuition and training students to think creatively when faced with classes of problems they’ve never seen before.

    Class Participation: Students are expected to actively participate in class. We will employ the Socrates method, which is a cooperative dialogue between the students and teacher to stimulate critical thinking. Students will also collaborate with classmates while solving challenging problems.

    Curriculum: The course curriculum is owned and copyright by CyberMath Academy. The class material is composed of unique blends of problems hand picked from prestigious competitions from around the globe, along with many historical problems and fascinating puzzles.

    Algebra

    • Ratios and Proportions
    • Algebraic Expressions
    • Linear Equations
    • Functions
    • Inequalities
    • Polynomial Expressions
    • Pascal’s Triangle
    • Binomial Theorem
    • Quadratic Equations

    Combinatorics

    • Counting
    • Statistics
    • Probability
    • Permutations
    • Combinations

    Number Theory

    • Divisibility
    • GCD and LCM
    • Prime Factorization
    • Radicals and Exponents
    • Modular Arithmetic
    • Sequences and Series
    • Gauss’s Formula

    Geometry

    • Angles
    • Triangles
    • Pythagorean Theorem
    • Polygons
    • Circles
    • Perimeter, Area and Volume
    • Coordinate Geometry
    • 3D Geometry

  • Advanced High School Math with AMC 10-12 Problems

    This course prepares students for American Mathematics Competitions 10 and 12 and the non-proof parts of AIME. The topics taught include the entire high school curriculum including trigonometry, advanced algebra, precalculus and advanced geometry, but exclude calculus. Our curriculum also includes some additional challenging and brain-stimulating topics outside of the traditional school curriculum.

    Recommended Grade Levels: Although we do not limit students by grade level, this course is typically recommended for advanced 7th and 8th graders and high school students.

    Course Description: This course will familiarize students with the essential concepts and techniques in Algebra II, PreCalculus, Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Geometry. We will have a specific emphasis on problem solving where the students will constantly be challenged to think creatively.

    Teacher: Justin Stevens. Please see our faculty page for his bio.

    Time of the Class: Saturdays 12 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern Time (9 am – 11:30 am in California).

    Schedule of Weekly Classes: 12 pm – 12:40 pm: Review of Homework Problems, 12:45 pm – 1:35 pm: 1st Period, 1:40 – 2:30 pm: 2nd Period

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

    Contest Preparation: AMC 10/12, AIME, ARML, Mandelbrot, Purple Comet.

    Course Objectives: As of the completion of this course, students will:

    1. Have complete mastery of concepts covered in standard Algebra II and PreCalculus courses, as well as more advanced topics (such as Vieta’s formulas, Complex Numbers, and manipulation of Series).

    2. Be able to explain and employ important theorems and techniques used in Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Geometry.

    3. Be able to reduce unfamiliar problems to basic principles, and cleverly employ techniques they’ve learned to find shortcuts in solution methods.

    Teaching Philosophy: We believe that building good problem-solving skills is as (if not more) important than knowing lots of theorems. As such, although the course will cover a considerable amount of material, the main emphasis will be on building problem-solving intuition and training students to think creatively when faced with classes of problems they’ve never seen before.

    Class Participation: Students are expected to actively participate in class. We will employ the Socrates method, which is a cooperative dialogue between the students and teacher to stimulate critical thinking. Students will also collaborate with classmates while solving challenging problems.

    Curriculum: The course curriculum is owned and copyright by CyberMath Academy. The class material is composed of unique blends of problems hand picked from prestigious competitions from around the globe, along with many historical problems and fascinating puzzles.

     

    Topics Covered In This Course

    Algebra

    – Quadratics/Discriminants & Conic Sections
    – System of Equations
    – Polynomial Division
    – Rational Root Theorem
    – Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
    – Vieta’s Formulas
    – Sequences and Series
    – Induction
    – Radicals and Rationalizing Denominators
    – Algebraic Factorizations
    – Complex Numbers
    – Inequalities
    – Functions
    – Exponents and Logarithms

    Combinatorics

    – Basic Counting: Constructive and Complimentary
    – Sets, Bijections, and Logic
    – Principle of Inclusion Exclusion
    – Combinations and Permutations
    – Pascal’s Triangle
    – Binomial Theorem
    – Combinatorial Identities
    – Pigeonhole Principle
    – Expected Value
    – Stars & Bars
    – Recursion
    – Fibonacci Numbers

    Number Theory

    – Prime Factorization
    – Divisibility Rules
    – Euclidean Algorithm
    – Diophantine Equations
    – Bezout’s Identity
    – Modular Arithmetic & Exponentiation
    – Fermat’s Little Theorem
    – Wilson’s Theorem
    – Chinese Remainder Theorem
    – Multiplicative Functions
    – Euler’s Theorem

    Geometry

    – Congruent & Similar Triangles
    – Special Parts of a Triangle
    – Triangle Area Formulas
    – Quadrilaterals
    – Angles in Polygons
    – Inscribed Angles in Circles
    – Power of a Point
    – Three-Dimensional Geometry
    – Trigonometry for Right Triangles
    – Unit Circle & Radians
    – Trigonometric Identities
    – Extended Law of Sines & Law of Cosines
    – Polar Coordinates & Geometry of Complex Numbers

    Click below to see sample lecture notes

    AUTHORS

    Justin Stevens: Accelerated Math Program Coordinator
    University of Alberta – jstevens@cybermath.academy – (909) 713-4398

    Forest Kobayashi: Curriculum Designer, Harvey Mudd College

    Alex Toller: Curriculum Designer

  • Transition to Algebra (suitable for 4th, 5th and 6th graders)

    Algebra Readiness-Building a strong foundation for success in algebra in the era of Common Core.

    Success in algebra expands opportunities for college and career; the foundations should start long before high school and make a successful transition between arithmetic and algebra. In order to think and reason mathematically, young students need to develop algebraic thinking, which includes recognizing and analyzing patterns, studying and representing relationships, and most importantly making sense of mathematics. How can we support our youngest learners to think algebraically? These series of algebra readiness sessions, students in grade 4 to 6 will develop essential understanding of algebraic thinking, reason abstractly, operate variables, grasp functional thinking, develop a holistic view of equations and inequalities, and enter the initial steps of the proof world.

     

    Recommended Grade Levels: 4th-6th

    Prerequisites: None

    Teacher: Dr. Sinan Kanbir. Please see our faculty page for his bio.

    Time of the Class: Sundays 6 pm – 7:30 pm Eastern Time (3 pm – 4:30 pm in California).

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

    Topics Covered:

    – Problem solving- Standards for Mathematical Practices (SMP-Common Core)

    Students will develop a positive attitude toward problem solving and becoming a successful problem solver by practicing SMPs. The goals are to try several strategies, understanding the problems and persevering solving them, and reasoning abstractly.

    – Structure in the Number Systems

    Algebra is often referred to as generalized arithmetic. Two of the most challenging aspects of research into early algebra learning are mapping student transitions from recognition of numerical properties to algebraic structures, and defining levels of algebraic abstraction. With recognition of the structural properties, students will able to recognize algebraic structure of numbers.

    – Modeling and Functional Approaches: From Recursive to Explicit Rule

    Students will articulate the ideas about linear functional relationships and engage functional thinking. This session can motivate students’ development of symbolic representation skills.

    – Proportional and Multiplicative Reasoning

    Students will move from additive thinking to multiplicative thinking. They will be able coordinates units and connect different types of proportions.

    – Equations and Inequalities_ Holistic Approaches

    Students will understand the structure and the meaning of the equal sign. They will then develop holistic approach to solve some advanced equations.

    – Algebra and Geometry Connection-Geometric Habits of Mind

    Students will relate various geometric formulas and their algebraic structures. They will be able to identify functional nature of the formulas along with some of the conjectures. Students will use algebraic thinking to making sense of geometric formulas.

    – Proof and Justification

    Students will attempt to complete a formal mathematical proof by using their abstract reasoning. They will develop inductive and deductive reasoning to investigate their conjectures. These sessions will also enrich middle-grade geometry learning by exploring and proving well-known formulas.

  • Algebra-1 and Integrated Math-1

    Course Description: The main objective of Algebra 1 is to provide the students with a strong background for all mathematical courses ahead. The basics of algebraic problem-solving are systematically taught. The students will gain a good grasp of the following topics: Basics of Algebra, equations, inequalities, functions at introductory level, linear functions, quadratic functions, equation and inequality systems, exponential functions, polynomials with factoring, radical expressions and equations, and data analysis and probability. Common Core State Standards will be taught and reinforced as the students learn how to practice these concepts in real-life situations. This course prepares students to take Honors Algebra 1, 2 and other upper level related courses.

    Prerequisites:Pre Algebra or 8th Grade Math, or placement test.

    Teacher: Ali Ersoz. Please see our faculty page for his bio.

    Time of the Class: Saturdays 12 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern Time (9 am – 11:30 am in California).

    Schedule of Weekly Classes: 12 pm – 12:40 pm: Review of Homework Problems, 12:45 pm – 1:35 pm: 1st Period, 1:40 – 2:30 pm: 2nd Period

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

    Common Core Standards Covered:
    NRN.1, NRN.2, NRN.3, NQ.1, NQ.2, NQ.3, NCN.1, NCN.2, NCN.3, NCN.4, NCN.5, NCN.6, NCN.7, NCN.8, NCN.9, ASSE.1, ASSE.1a, ASSE.1b, ASSE.2, ASSE.3, ASSE.3a, ASSE.3b, ASSE.3c, ASSE.4, AAPR.1, AAPR.2, AAPR.3, AAPR.4, AAPR.5, AAPR.6, AAPR.7, ACED.1, ACED.2, ACED.3, ACED.4, AREI.1, AREI.2, AREI.3, AREI.4, AREI.4a, AREI.4b, AREI.5, AREI.6, AREI.7, AREI.8, AREI.9, AREI.10, AREI.11, AREI.12, F.IF.1, F.IF.2, F.IF.3, F.IF.4, F.IF.5, F.IF.6, F.IF.7, F.IF.7a, F.IF.7b, F.IF.7c, F.IF.7d, F.IF.7e, F.IF.8, F.IF.8a, F.IF.8b, F.IF.9, F.BF.1, F.BF.1a, F.BF.1b, F.BF.1c, F.BF.2, F.BF.3, F.BF.4, F.BF.4a, F.BF.4b, F.BF.4c, F.BF.4d, F.BF.5, F.LE.1, F.LE.1a, F.LE.1b, F.LE.1c, F.LE.2, F.LE.3, F.LE.4, F.LE.5, S.ID.1, S.ID.2, S.ID.3, S.ID.4, S.ID.5, S.ID.6, S.ID.6a, S.ID.6b, S.ID.6c, S.ID.7, S.ID.8, S.ID.9

    Textbook: Mathematics Enhancement Programme.

    Course Outcomes: After completing, students will be able to:

    • Write expressions and evaluate them with unknown values,
    • Use properties to simplify expressions,
    • Identify and differentiate the types of relationships that can be represented by proportions.
    • Use inverse operations to simplify and find equivalent equations,
    • Solve equations using mathematical operations and equality properties,
    • Write and plot inequalities,
    • Model real-world situations using functions.
    • Model and analyze real-world situations using a system of equations or inequalities,
    • Simplify expressions by applying properties of exponents,
    • Explore the characteristics of exponential functions,
    • Explore polynomials through adding, subtracting, multiplying and factoring, and apply real number properties to manipulate polynomial expressions,
    • Plot and identify characteristics of quadratic functions,
    • Plot and simplify rational expressions,
    • Figure out different strategies to find solutions for quadratic equations,
    • Add, subtract, multiply and divide using radicals and learn how to rationalize the denominator of a radical expression,
    • Multiply and divide rational expressions and divide polynomials,
    • Interpret data in a real-world terms,
    • Analyze data with multiple approaches.

    Topics Covered In This Course:

    • Review of Pre-Algebra
    • Solving Equations
    • Solving Inequalities
    • Introduction to Functions
    • Linear Functions
    • Systems of Equations and Inequalities
    • Polynomial and Factoring
    • Quadratic Functions and Equations
    • Radical Expressions and Equations
    • Rational Expressions and Functions
    • Data Analysis and Probability

  • Algebra-2

    Course Description: Algebra 2 is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. Throughout the course, Common Core standards are taught and reinforced as the student learns how to apply the concepts in real-life situations. It develops advanced Algebra skills such as Algebra 2 review, function families, quadratic functions and complex numbers, polynomials expressions and equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, rational functions, statistics, periodic functions and trigonometry, and applying trigonometric functions. This course prepares students to take Honors Algebra 1, 2 and other upper level related courses.

    Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and Geometry, or placement test.

    Common Core Codes: NRN.1, NRN.2, NQ.2, NCN.1, NCN.2, NCN.7, NCN.8, NCN.9, ASSE.1a, ASSE.2, ASSE.3a, ASSE.4, AAPR.1, AAPR.2, AAPR.3, AAPR.4, AAPR.5, AAPR.6, ACED.1, ACED.2, ACED.3, ACED.4, AREI.1, AREI.2, AREI.4, AREI.4a, AREI.4b, AREI.6, AREI.7, AREI.11, F.TF.1, F.TF.2, F.TF.5, F.TF.8, F.IF.1, F.IF.2, F.IF.3, F.IF.4, F.IF.5, F.IF.6, F.IF.7, F.IF.7b, F.IF.7c, F.IF.7e, F.IF.8, F.IF.9, F.BF.1, F.BF.1b, F.BF.3, F.BF.4, F.BF.4a, F.LE.4, S.ID.4, S.ID.6, S.IC.1, S.IC.2, S.IC.3, S.IC.4, S.IC.5, S.IC.6, S.MD.6, S.MD.7.

    Textbook: Mathematics Enhancement Programme.

    Teacher: Ertan Kaya. Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Our online courses will be taught by some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.

    Time of the Class: Saturdays 4 pm – 6:30 pm Eastern Time (1 pm – 3:30 pm in California).

    Schedule of Weekly Classes: 12 pm – 12:40 pm: Review of Homework Problems, 12:45 pm – 1:35 pm: 1st Period, 1:40 – 2:30 pm: 2nd Period

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

    Course Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

    • Use algebraic expressions to represent patterns,
    • Solve equations and inequalities,
    • Solve absolute value equations,
    • Use functions to model real world situations,
    • Work with functions,
    • Analyze transformations and characteristics of function families,
    • Find the vertex and standard form of a quadratic equation,
    • Factor quadratic expressions,
    • Solve quadratic equations,
    • Gain an understanding of complex numbers,
    • Classify, graph, and define end behavior of polynomial functions,
    • Analyze the factored form of the polynomials and write polynomial functions from their zeros,
    • Solve polynomial functions by graphing and factoring,
    • Divide polynomials by long division and synthetic division,
    • Model polynomial functions and identify the effect of transformations of polynomial functions,
    • Work with radicals as a part of a function, equation, or by themselves,
    • Add, subtract, multiply and divide functions,
    • Find the composite of two functions,
    • Find the inverse of a relation or a function,
    • Understand the relationship between exponential and logarithmic functions and model exponential and logarithmic functions,
    • Graph rational functions,
    • Solve rational equations,
    • Apply theoretical and experimental probabilities and compare data sets,
    • Relate geometric measurements to trigonometry, to define radians, how to use radian measures and write and graph functions to describe periodic data,
    • Verify trigonometric identity,
    • Solve trigonometric equations and to solve real-world problems involving right triangles by using trigonometric ratios.

    Topics Covered In This Course:

    • Review of Algebra 1 topics
    • Quadratic Functions and Complex Numbers
    • Polynomial Expressions and Equations
    • Radical Functions
    • Composite and Inverse Functions
    • Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
    • Rational Functions
    • Statistics
    • Periodic Functions and Trigonometry
    • Applying Trigonometric Functions

  • Python Programming

    Learn to deal with common algorithmic problems. Beginners will learn the basics of programming and will be able to write codes that solve beginner level computer science problems. Students with programming experience will improve their skills to solve challenging projects.

     

    Recommended Grade Levels: 4th-12th

    Prerequisites: None

    Teacher: TBA. Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Our online courses will be taught by some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.

    Time of the Class: Sundays 12 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern Time (9 am – 11:30 am in California).

    Schedule of Weekly Classes: 12 pm – 12:40 pm: Review of Homework Problems, 12:45 pm – 1:35 pm: 1st Period, 1:40 – 2:30 pm: 2nd Period

    Sessions: There will be a total of 15 sessions comprised of 12 teaching sessions and 3 quiz sessions (one of them being the final exam). The first two quizzes will be completed by the students online at their convenience until the assigned deadline by the teacher.

    Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14 (Final Exam)

     

    Topics Covered

    – Variables and Operators
    – Conditionals
    – Loops
    – Arrays
    – Strings
    – Functions
    – Files
    – Matrices

Admission and Placement

Please fill out the form below to apply. Please provide as much detailed information on the student’s background as possible.

Continuing Students: You do not need to fill out all fields if you have attended CyberMath courses/camps before. We just need your and your parents’ names and addresses and contact info (email addresses and phone numbers).

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We will get back to you with an admission decision and payment details if the student is admitted. All students will take a placement test on the first instructional day of our summer camps and will be assigned to their appropriate groups. We continuously monitor our students’ progress throughout the course and make adjustments to their assignments when necessary. If you would like to discuss your child’s placement, please do not hesitate to give us a call or email us at info@cybermath.academy

Minimum Required Number of Students: 8 for a course to be opened. If course is not opened for low enrollment, full tuition will be refunded.

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