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Our programs are designed to help students succeed. Individual tutoring is available for students who want one-on-one help in any subject, and we offer group tutoring of up to 6 students per class on any subject. Enrichment classes provide a respectful and intellectual environment where students can confidently leave their comfort zone. Whether your student feels more comfortable working one-on-one, or prefers to collaborate with peers in a group setting, A1 has a program to bring out the best in everyone.
SAT/ACT Bootcamp: 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM Monday-Friday. Students will spend 8 weeks in person with one of our educators and 2 weeks online which will be held synchronously.
SAT/ACT Bootcamp: 8:30 AM-4:00 PM. Extended class time with periodic sessions with a private tutor.
Students who average at least 1420 on the SAT will partake in 3 lessons every week in the span of 11 weeks(8 weeks in person and 3 weeks online[synchonous]).
Students will spend 2 hrs/weeks to create a strong foundation for their upcoming AP classes for the following year. These classes can give students a head start when the school year begins and prevent them from lagging behind.
AP classes: Calculus AB & BC, Biology, Chemistry, Physics World History, US History
Math Prep: Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Pre-calculus
Classes will be held for 4 hours, 6 days a week. A1 will assist students who decide to take summer courses for high school credits.
Students take college-level classes to improve their GPA and stand out in college admissions. These classes are prerequisites to many other classes in college, so students can start their first year of college ahead of their peers.
3 hours, 7 weeks program. Students can participate in scientific projects that will allow them to use their knowledge in real-world scenarios. This program will give students a competitive edge in college admissions and stand out among other applicants. The fee for this program is $6000 divided by the number of students in the program, so the price will vary.
Research Programs: CDC’s biological guidance research for general public and methods of Covid testing; Opioid Issue Publications and Presentation with biological and humanitarian contribution to the community.
Entrepreneurship: 3 hours, 5 weeks program + 1 hour, 4 sessions. Students will learn how to begin a start-up business through the understanding of laws, taxes, and structures.
Business Comparison with Computer Analysis: 2.5 hours, 5 weeks program. This project develops the ability to compare and analyze businesses. Students will understand and read financial statements and disclosures of corporations and compare them with professional analysis.
4 hours, 6 weeks course. Students will learn the basics data structure and algorithm.
Writing competition held by Oxford and Princeton University. Students will submit papers and use their personal thoughts, values, philosophy, and knowledge to answer given prompts.
Mathematics, Computing Contest Prep: 3 hours, 8 weeks course. Junior Class: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Monday-Friday) learning reading, writing, and vocabulary. ISEE/SSAT: 2 hours, 3 lessons per week. 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday).
U TECH EUD-Coding/Robotics/Engineering/Competition Preparation Class: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (Thursday, Friday). 10:00 PM - 12:0 PM, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Saturday).
Daily vocabulary test and weekly practice test.
Interactive class with classroom-like setting.
One-to-one college counselling.
SAT /ACT/PSAT /Mathematics, STEM, Essay Contest Class
Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1/2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB/BC, AP Statistics
7th-12th English, AP Language & Composition, AP Literature
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP Environmental Science
AP Computer Science, AP Computer Principle
AP World History, AP European History, AP US History
PSAT/ SAT/ ACT Prep Course
ISEE/ SSAT Prep Course
American Math Competition/ USACO Prep Course
A1’s comprehensive SAT prep program tackles the respective needs of every student- enhancing their abilities in areas that are crucial for SAT and ACT test taking. Our personal approach allows us to help students choose which test is right for them and their college admission goals.
This course will allow high school students to both explore and develop skills that are commonly provided in liberal arts programs at top universities in ways that invites thought and extracts ability.
This course is intended for students looking to achieve the National Merit Scholarship from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. We offer tutoring programs in Reading, Writing, or Math sections, and focus on developing personalized strategies that enhance the testing strengths of each individual student.
A1’s AP program will train students to study for Advanced Placement programs. Rather than encouraging quick memorization, our time tested methods encourage daily review to develop understanding and comprehension that lasts.
2 or 3 days per week program available.
Includes daily mock test and section-based lessons, as well as one-on-one test review to ensure greatest east and growth.
2-weeks or 3-weeks.
Includes mock test, section lessons, one-on-one review and special lecture.
Tuesdays and Thursdays. 9am-5:00pm.
2-weeks or 3-weeks.
Daily section lessons, problem-solving courses, one-one-one review, and weekly special lectures and mock tests. 10-12 students maximum.
2-weeks or 3-weeks.
Includes daily math, reading, and science lessons and weekly mock test. Good for students new to the test or currently under 1300/28 score.
09:00 – 19:00