Homeschool students who wish to take Calculus I have a few decisions to make about the format that will be best suited to their needs. Three options to consider include taking Calculus I as a oneyear high school course, a one year AP course, or a one semester dual credit course. There are many considerations in making this decision and there is not one right answer for all students. Here are some pros and cons about each option:
High School Math Live offers both Calculus I as a regular course and AP Calculus AB. All Calculus classes meet twice a week in a live and online interactive format. The AP students then meet an additional 20 times to focus on the test prep aspect of the material. Both Calculus I and AP Calculus AB are taught by Regina London. Mrs. London, who taught AP Calculus AB in North Carolina schools for 17 years, has a high level of success helping students achieve a high score on the AP exam. High School Math Live would love to be your solution for Calculus I – let us know if you have any questions!
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AuthorBrenda Barnett, secondary math teacher in public schools for 7 years, homeschooler for 14 years and counting... Archives
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