High School Honors
High School Honors

MEK’s High School Honors programs are designed to help students master advanced topics in challenging high school honors courses before they take them in school. Through expert instruction, carefully curated milestones, and constant guidance, students learn, practice, and gain the skills to earn top grades in the classroom.

 

High School Honors programs are available in the Spring and Summer for Algebra, Algebra II, Analysis, Advanced Analysis II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, and Advanced English. All courses are offered virtually, using Zoom, Canvas, and Kami platforms.

Our Spring and Summer Pre-Calculus course introduces students to discrete math topics in the Pre-Calculus curriculum.

 

In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

This Spring and Summer Algebra group course helps 7th and 8th graders ace their Honors Algebra classes by mastering key algebraic concepts and algebraic analysis. This course follows the course format and structure of the MEK Learning Circles.

 

This course is perfect for students who want to place themselves on the advanced track for high school and also gives students a head start on mastering SAT math skills.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Algebra II course helps students ace their Honors Math classes in the upcoming year by learning functions as a generalized approach to graphing and solving equations.

 

This course is offered in the Spring and Summer. In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

*Placement in Spring Algebra or Spring Algebra II is determined by initial test evaluation.

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

This Spring and Summer Analysis course is perfect for 8th graders/incoming freshmen who have placed in “Analysis” or “Advanced Analysis” at Bergen County Academies, are entering Bergen Tech or Academies @ Englewood, or are attending a STEM private or magnet school.

 

This course also gives students a head start on mastering SAT math skills.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

This Summer-only Advanced Analysis ll course is perfect for incoming 10th graders who have completed Analysis I or Advanced Analysis I at Bergen County Academies, Bergen Tech, Academies @ Englewood, or a STEM private or magnet school.

 

This course covers Pre-Calculus topics, such as theory of polynomials, trigonometry, and matrices.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

This Spring and Summer Geometry course covers key concepts in geometry, such as theorems, postulates, and deductive conclusions. It fully prepares students who need to master writing proofs and employ higher-level thinking skills, especially compared to middle school math.

 

In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

The Biology course gives students a strong foundation in the subject by covering the essential concepts of molecular biology. It increases their confidence by helping them to navigate the more difficult topics compared to middle school science, especially the increased amount of information and new, required lab experience.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Biology. For information about AP or SAT Biology courses, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Physics course focuses on introducing students to key physics concepts, including kinematics, dynamics, electricity, and magnetism.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Physics. For information about our AP Physics course, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Chemistry course covers essential concepts that provide the foundation for optimal performance on the SAT Subject Chemistry test.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Chemistry. For information about our AP Chemistry course, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

MEK’s High School Honors programs are designed to help students master advanced topics in challenging high school honors courses before they take them in school. Through expert instruction, carefully curated milestones, and constant guidance, students learn, practice, and gain the skills to earn top grades in the classroom.

 

High School Honors programs are available in the Spring and Summer for Algebra, Algebra II, Analysis, Advanced Analysis II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, and Advanced English. All courses are offered virtually, using Zoom, Canvas, and Kami platforms.

Our Spring and Summer Pre-Calculus course introduces students to discrete math topics in the Pre-Calculus curriculum.

 

In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

This Spring and Summer Algebra group course helps 7th and 8th graders ace their Honors Algebra classes by mastering key algebraic concepts and algebraic analysis. This course follows the course format and structure of the MEK Learning Circles.

 

This course is perfect for students who want to place themselves on the advanced track for high school and also gives students a head start on mastering SAT math skills.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Algebra II course helps students ace their Honors Math classes in the upcoming year by learning functions as a generalized approach to graphing and solving equations.

 

This course is offered in the Spring and Summer. In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

*Placement in Spring Algebra or Spring Algebra II is determined by initial test evaluation.

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

This Spring and Summer Analysis course is perfect for 8th graders/incoming freshmen who have placed in “Analysis” or “Advanced Analysis” at Bergen County Academies, are entering Bergen Tech or Academies @ Englewood, or are attending a STEM private or magnet school.

 

This course also gives students a head start on mastering SAT math skills.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

This Summer-only Advanced Analysis ll course is perfect for incoming 10th graders who have completed Analysis I or Advanced Analysis I at Bergen County Academies, Bergen Tech, Academies @ Englewood, or a STEM private or magnet school.

 

This course covers Pre-Calculus topics, such as theory of polynomials, trigonometry, and matrices.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

This Spring and Summer Geometry course covers key concepts in geometry, such as theorems, postulates, and deductive conclusions. It fully prepares students who need to master writing proofs and employ higher-level thinking skills, especially compared to middle school math.

 

In the Spring, students meet once a week for 20 weeks to reinforce concepts learned at school. In the Summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks to target the next academic year’s math curriculum.

 

Schedule: 20 sessions, once a week

Season: Spring only

 

Schedule: 16 sessions, twice a week

Season: Summer only

The Biology course gives students a strong foundation in the subject by covering the essential concepts of molecular biology. It increases their confidence by helping them to navigate the more difficult topics compared to middle school science, especially the increased amount of information and new, required lab experience.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Biology. For information about AP or SAT Biology courses, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Physics course focuses on introducing students to key physics concepts, including kinematics, dynamics, electricity, and magnetism.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Physics. For information about our AP Physics course, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

The Chemistry course covers essential concepts that provide the foundation for optimal performance on the SAT Subject Chemistry test.

 

This course is designed according to the curriculum of First Year Chemistry. For information about our AP Chemistry course, please refer to College Test Prep.

 

In the summer, students meet twice a week for 8 weeks.

 

Season: Summer only

Schedule: 16 sessions

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GETTING STARTED

Students interested in registering for any one of our High School Honors courses must complete the following:

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Meet with one of our expert counselors to create a plan.

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Enroll in the High School Honors course that best fits your academic needs and goals.

 

Contact us for more information.

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