Students study vocabulary by writing context-clue sentences with the words they do not know.
Students learn how to use our TAG system to take a sentence apart and find the meaning.
Students find the most important parts of the passages, making questions more predictable.
Students use our PRE (Point, Reason, Example) method to read and to write essays and reports.
Students read Paine, Jefferson, Twain, Orwell, and Hitchens.
English classes begin with the study of grammar and the meanings of words. Then, the student learns how to create sentences and analyze their structure. Finally, the student learns how to put many sentences together to create complex thoughts.
Math classes focus on translating word problems into Algebra equations and solving for variables. Students use an exclusive math AI to practice and assess their skills.