Pre-Calculus 12 is a challenging and engaging course that prepares students for a future in math and science. It’s a prerequisite for almost all science, engineering, and math programs in university. In this course you will build on familiar topics like quadratics and trigonometry and extend your reasoning to more advanced kinds of functions like logarithms and exponential functions. This is a great course if you love problem-solving, finding patterns, and really getting at the meaning of different relationships in math. It is also the course where many of the skills you’ve developed over the past years start to pay off and you learn to apply them to variety of new and interesting situations.
Key Benefits & Takeaways
- small, focused classes
- students earn high school credits*
- customized content to fit the needs of each student
*students register with an online school who administers the course and grants the credits
Pre-Calc 12 is beneficial for
- kids who want a spare block next year
Your Teacher: Michaela Kelly
Michaela graduated from Quest University, where she explored public health and gender studies. She discovered her passion for sharing knowledge as a peer tutor at Quest, and has never looked back. Outside of school, Michaela also worked with individuals struggling with substance use and homelessness, and learned more than she ever imagined from the amazing people she met. She believes that she has just as much to learn from the students she’ll meet at BrainBoost. Michaela tutors a hodgepodge of subjects,but she’s always had a nerdy soft spot for math. She loves the instant gratification that comes from finally solving a challenging problem! Overall, she loves to see her students believe in themselves, and trust in their own abilities. When she’s not tutoring, you might find Michaela getting cozy in a nook with a nice cup of tea, smiling at strangers, or standing on her head.
Your Teacher: Debbie Le
Debbie is an Edmontonian-turned-Vancouverit
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