With the holiday quickly approaching, MEK is shifting its focus to Spring 2023 with our High School Honors courses. These classes are designed to help students in grades 8-10 who are currently enrolled in Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or Geometry take their skills to the next level. With our Spring 2023 High School Honors course offerings, we want to provide students with the opportunity to master key concepts in their challenging classes. It’s our mission to have our students excel in the classroom and beyond.
Algebra II (In-Person at Palisades Park & Closter Campuses)
Students will meet weekly with their teacher virtually or in person at one of our campuses for 90 minutes.
Class sizes are kept small to ensure an interactive, and engaging experience with individualized attention for each student. (*Class sizes for virtual and in-person have not been determined.)
For students enrolled in Pre-Calculus, Geometry, and Algebra II, there are 20 sessions starting at the beginning of February.
Key Benefits of Spring 2023 High School Honors Courses
Smaller Class Sizes
Smaller classes mean students get more time with our experienced teachers to ensure no question goes unanswered.
We’ve designed our courses with your child’s traditional schooling in mind which means expect less homework. We’ve curated our classes to exist largely in 90-minute sessions. In those sessions, you can expect intensive lectures, in-class drills, and additional exercises provided if requested or needed by the individual student.
Preparation for Advanced Placement Courses and Exams
Our courses provide students with the foundation necessary to succeed in future AP exams and beyond.
A Specialized Curriculum
Through our curated curriculum, students learn to master core concepts allowing them to think critically and thrive in the classroom
Who Should Enroll in this Course
Students with a thirst for knowledge, who want to excel not only in the classroom but also on their standardized tests.
Students that intend to challenge themselves by taking advanced courses and college admissions exams in the future.