Virginia Algebra

Rising Grades 7 to 9

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Get ready for your first high school-level math course: Algebra I.

Virginia Algebra is for students who want to study high school-level Algebra I skills - either as a review of what they learned last school year or to get a head start on the new year ahead.

Students may enroll in Virginia Math courses multiple times during the summer and continue their progress across multiple sessions. Topics are based on the HS Algebra I curriculum used in local schools, including: expressions, equations, inequalities, functions, exponents, polynomials, quadratics, and statistics.

Students work at a truly individualized pace for the first part of the day, cycling through mini-lessons, guided practice, and individual skill building. Instructors rotate frequently among students, ensuring that everyone receives ample personalized instruction and coaching. The typical student-to-teacher ratio is 6 to 1.

In the second part of the day, students work together on group challenge activities selected by the instructor. These activities include open-ended creative puzzles, competition problems, and real-world applications.

The class workbook, Virginia Algebra, is developed in-house by Fairfax Collegiate’s team of experienced and professional educators.

Interested in year-round classes? Check out the Virginia School of Math.