Foundations of Math and Pre Calc 10

Foundations and Pre-Calculus Math 10 is an introduction to the abstract world of mathematics. Students are required to reach a deeper understanding of algebra, linear functions and trigonometry, and so in this course Carolyn aims to frame these topics in both a practical and intriguing context. Students of this course should be expecting a challenge, and be prepared to meet this challenge with a commitment to working hard while in class. Carolyn has a personal passion for viewing the world through a mathematical lens, and values the opportunity to share this insight with her students. There is no guarantee that taking this course will change your life, but maybe we’ll figure out the probability of such an outcome together.

Key Benefits & Takeaways

  • small, focused classes
  • students earn high school credits*
  • customized content and support to fit the needs of each student

*students register with an online school who administers the course and grants the credits

Your Teacher – Carolyn Jepson

Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Carolyn has lived and explored across Canada. She has an honours bachelor’s degree in Arts and Science from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario where she focused on pre-med sciences. She moved to Vancouver in 2017 to pursue a Master of Public Health at UBC with a focus on epidemiology, bio-statistics and social determinants of health.

Carolyn is passionate about equity and the social, cultural and economic intersections where education happens. Teaching has been a natural part of her life from an early age and she has taught many different students over the years. She is passionate about working with students in math and science to reduce anxiety and help them develop positive dialogues around their own learning and abilities. Carolyn lives for the light bulb moments when students realize they are more capable than they previously thought.

In her spare time, you can find Carolyn knitting, trying new recipes, at any kind of movie or concert, visiting friends across the country, or cuddling with her geriatric cat.

How much does it cost?


When is it?

10 – 3pm

What are the dates?

July 5th – August 6th 2021
(with an optional week of Study Space Aug 9-13)

What ages is it appropriate for?

15 – 17

What credits can be earned?

Math 10

Contact us to sign up

To be eligible for credit for this class, students must be enrolled in an accredited distance learning program.
For full details on our cancellation policy, please our Payment & Cancellation Policy page.

3355 West Broadway – #240 Vancouver, BC V6R 2B1