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TJ Prep class for the Rising 8th-grade students in the summer of 2019: Science, English Language/Writing Class and Math Class (Part 1):
 Our TJ admission test preparation program is well known for being a highly successful program in the Northern Virginia area. Students in this program will learn the tools that enable them to be successful when they take the TJ Admissions Test in November 2019, and Student Information Sheet (SIS) and Essay writing in February 2020. In the fall of 2010 class, 10 out of 12 students were accepted for the 2015 class. In the fall 2011 class, 21 out of 27 students were accepted for the 2016 class. In fall 2012, 13 out of 20 students were accepted, plus two students were accepted in the summer round in 2013. In fall 2013 class, 22 out of 30 students were accepted by TJ. In 2014 classes, 23 out of 37 students were accepted by TJ. In 2015 classes, 28 out of 43 students were accepted by TJ. In fall 2016 classes, 16 out of 25 students were accepted by TJ. In the fall of 2017 class, there were more than 35 students were accepted by TJ, near 70% of acceptance rate.  
We designed a one-year program for the TJ Admissions Test preparation from spring/summer (Part 1) to fall (Part 2) semester. In the spring/summer semester, we focus on more basics. In the fall, we will have more practices and test skill practices. We recommend students to take the TJ preparation program from spring/summer to fall. The statistics data indicates to us which students who took both the spring and fall semester had a much higher TJ acceptance rate. Also, we always implement the new requirement changes from TJ admission office to the classes.
The New TJ Admission Test for TJHSST has been introduced during the 2017-18 School Year. The ACT Aspire test tested reading and science skills, and the Quant Q tested math skills.
Overview: Reading/Science/Writing/Math Course
The goal of the Reading/Science/Writing/Math course is to prepare students for the Math, Reading, and Science of the TJ Admissions test and to prepare students for both the Student Information Sheet (SIS) and Timed Essay. Over the course of the spring, summer and fall, students will spend considerable time reading, science, Math and writing, both in and out of class. The course will cover grammar and writing conventions, and students will be required to practice writing one essay during each class session and another essay between sessions at home. The instructor will provide students with individualized feedback designed to help each student to improve his/her writing skills. Students will also spend considerable time reading non-fiction passages to prepare for the verbal section. The course will cover:
-- ACT Aspire reading comprehension
--ACT Aspire science
-- Quant Q Math
--SIS: Students Information Sheet
--TJHSST Essays: Science Essay and Math Essay
Below are our students feedback following the 2018 revision of the TJ test:
Question--Are the questions in the test harder, or same level or easier than what we taught in the TJ prep. Class? 
Answer--The TJ test was actually easier than what we taught in the TJ prep. There were only a few questions that needed outside knowledge.
Question--Are the questions in the test harder__, or same level__ or easier __ than in our 3 mock tests? Please provide detailed examples
Answer--The T.J test was far easier than our 3 mock tests. The questions were the same level as what I learned in TJ prep. There were a lot of questions where the things we learned class was related to the test questions.

TJ prep. Part-Time course Date and Time: Twice a week.  
Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 275, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 
TJ prep. Part-time Calendar:
TuesdayTimeSaturdayTime
6/25/20197:00pm to 9:00pm6/29/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math
7/2/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/6/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math
7/9/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/13/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math
7/16/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/20/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math
7/23/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/27/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math
7/30/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/3/20199:00am to 11:00am Science, 11:00am to 1:00pm Math



Team:
English Language/Writing Teacher: Mrs. D. R (on Saturday)
English Language/Writing Teacher: Mrs. J. K (on Sunday)
Science Teacher: Dr. J. M (on Saturday)
Science Teacher: Ms. C. M (on Sunday)
Math Teacher: Mr. V
Teacher: Mrs. D. R. English teacher on Saturday
Mrs. D. R is thrilled to become part of the team at Discover Learning Center. Her 22 years of teaching experience includes certifications in middle and high school English, middle school Social Studies and K-12 Gifted Education. Mrs. D. R earned her Bachelor of Science in Education through East Carolina University and later pursued her Master's degree in Education there as well. Her love of learning compelled her to complete an additional certification in School Administration and Leadership through The George Washington University. Currently, Mrs. D. R is part of the exemplary school system of Fairfax County, where she works tirelessly to instill a love of learning through critical thinking, problem solving and creativity. Mrs. D.R. believes learning should be rigorous, collaborative, and above all, fun!
Teacher Ms. J. K. English teacher on Sunday
Ms. J.K. has a BA in history from the University of Mary Washington and a Masters of Education from Rutgers University. She is certified to teach K-12 Gifted Education. Over the past 26 years, Ms. K taught writing and research in AP courses and Pre-IB courses at the secondary level in Virginia and in New Jersey. Currently, she is an Advanced Academics middle school teacher in the Fairfax County School System. Her extensive experience includes helping mentor students writing their college application essays and IB History essays during their senior year. Ms. K is well versed in the area of differentiation. Her writing lessons challenge students to analyze and to explain their ideas using evidence to support their arguments. She looks forward to working with her new students and helping them achieve their goals.
Dr. J. M. Science teacher on Saturday
Dr. J. M. has been the department chair at Fairfax public school for the past five years. She is certified in middle school math and science and teaches 7th and 8th-grade science at Fairfax public school. Before that, Dr. Mike taught in three different private schools, starting in 1992 when she retired from her career as an Air Force physician. Dr. Mike has a special certification in teaching Advanced Academic courses and has seen more than 100 of her students reach Thomas Jefferson School for Science and Technology.
Ms. C. M. Science teacher on Sunday
Ms. C. M. completed her Master’s degree in education with a focus on curriculum and instruction (science) at the University of Toronto. Her undergraduate degree in biology/chemistry (interdepartmental) was completed at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin. She has a VA state professional teaching license with endorsements in biology, chemistry and gifted education. She is currently an eighth-grade physical science teacher in FCPS. Ms. C. M. has taught various subjects, including chemistry, biology, physical science, and math. With 20 years of experience teaching at all levels of the education system, Ms. C. M. has also served in other capacities such as educational administration and doing educational development work with international donor agencies in Belize.  

Math Teacher: Mr. V
Mr. V has taught all levels of Mathematics from 4th grade through AP Calculus BC over his 8 year teaching career. He built and maintained an AP Calculus program at his first teaching assignment in PA where the course was never offered. He was brought to Fairfax County four years ago to help develop a non-AP Applied Calculus course for Fairfax County Schools (which has been adopted county-wide). He currently leads the AP Calculus AB Team at a top Fairfax County Public School. He has been an AP Reader (expert teacher flown to Kansas City, MO to grade the official AP Exam Free Response Sections) and has attended several AP Collegeboard trainings and Summer Institutes for Calculus. He was a part of the leader teachers’ panel to adopt textbooks for the 2019 school year and beyond in FCPS for Computer Science and Calculus. Even with his work at the high school level, he has experience with rising 4th, 5th and 6th grade students who are looking to advance as far in mathematics as they can go. He has been a coordinator for middle school Mathcounts to which several of his students made it to rounds beyond their expectation. He has been the American Math Challenge coordinator for High school students for the past four years. Recently, he has helped a group of students master TJ prep. math in 2018. Mr. V has coached teachers that currently teach at Thomas Jefferson. All the students love his teaching.


Supplies (required)
Please read the supply list carefully. NO substitutions. There are reasons for everything on the list.
laptop (don't forget your power cord)
TWO (2) dedicated flash drives
college/narrow-ruled 8 1/2 x 11 notebook paper
college/narrow-ruled 8 1/2 x 11 SPIRAL notebook
two blue or black BALLPOINT pens (not gels, not rollers, not erasable) 
BALLPOINT pen in a color OTHER THAN blue, black, or purple
sharpened pencil (no sharpener in the room)
highlighter






Rising 8th-grade TJ prep. in Summer camp:
6/17/2019 to 7/5/2918 from 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Location: Fox Mill Elementary School, 2611 Viking Dr. Herndon, VA 20171
Please use summer camp registration
The goal of the TJ prep summer camp is to prepare students for the reading, science and math sections of the TJ Admissions test and to prepare students for both the Student Information Sheet (SIS) and timed essay. During the program, students will spend considerable time in class and at home on reading, science, and writing. The course will cover grammar and writing conventions, and students will be required to practice writing one essay during each class session and another essay between sessions at home. The instructor will provide students with individualized feedback designed to help each student to improve his/her writing skills. Students will also spend considerable time reading non-fiction passages to prepare for the verbal section. The teachers teaching TJ prep. in spring will continue teaching TJ prep. during the summer. The course will cover same curriculum and materials in spring semester:
ACT Aspire reading comprehension
ACT Aspire science
SIS: Students Information Sheet
TJHSST Essays: Problem Solving
Quant Q Math
Afternoon Team Activities:
Science Olympiad Projects
MathCounts practice/competition
Critical Thinking
Spelling Bee competition
Sports competition
Team-building activities

​Advanced PSAT_SAT_ACT intensive course in summer of 2019: 
This course will help students gain the strategies, skills and practice needed to achieve a top SAT and ACT score. Specific strategies will be introduced to address each area of the test. Students will learn how to move around the test in order to achieve the highest scores. Instruction will focus on the specific mistakes and deficiencies of the high-scoring students in the class, and the lessons will be tailored to the participants. Students will also learn how to be more consistently accurate, how to improve their pacing, and how to identify and fix their own mistakes while taking the test. This course requires extensive work outside of class on the part of the student. 

This course will cover Math, Science, Reading, Writing and Language, Essay writing for SAT and ACT which includes:
-- Strategies for approaching the test
-- using time to make points
-- Relevant words in context to make points
-- High-utility academic words in phrases; Analyzing Word Choice; making effective use of language 
-- Identify various “traps”
-- Command of evidence in reading and writing: use of evidence, understand how an argument uses or doesn’t  
  use evidence.
-- Rhetorically approaching essay topics
-- Analyzing a source in the essay
-- Problems grounded in real-world contexts in reading writing and language sections.
-- Analysis in science, history and social studies; interpreting data presented in information graphics;  
  improving a passage’s structure, support and focus 
-- Founding documents and great global conversation
-- Advanced question types in science 
-- Scientific Method
-- Advanced Mathematics
-- Problem solving and data analysis


Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 275, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 

English Teacher: Ms. L. M.
This year we welcome Ms. M, a 20+ year veteran teacher. Ms. M, who has taught in Florida, Texas, and Virginia, has experience teaching 5th - 12th grades. She holds a reading specialist license for K-12, has a Master's degree plus 30 credits, taught struggling high school students, honors level, AP, and IB. She currently teaches Honors 10 English, IB Language and Literature 2 HL and SL at FCPS. She has taught SAT prep. for many years. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Discover, but mostly her love of teaching.

Math Teacher: Mr. M. V
Mr. V has taught all levels of Mathematics from 4th grade through AP Calculus BC over his 8-year teaching career. He built and maintained an AP Calculus program at his first teaching assignment in PA where the course was never offered. He was brought to Fairfax County four years ago to help develop a non-AP Applied Calculus course for Fairfax County Schools (which has been adopted county-wide). He currently leads the AP Calculus AB Team at a top Fairfax County Public School. He has taught SAT math for many years. He’s very excited to work with Discover in the hopes that he can have an even larger impact on students’ lives.
Dr. J. M. Science teacher 
Dr. J. M. has been the department chair at Fairfax public school for the past five years. She is certified in middle school math and science and teaches 7th and 8th-grade science at Fairfax public school. Before that, Dr. Mike taught in three different private schools, starting in 1992 when she retired from her career as an Air Force physician. Dr. Mike has a special certification in teaching Advanced Academic courses and has seen more than 100 of her students reach Thomas Jefferson School for Science and Technology.

English Calendar: Four times a week
ThursdayTimeFridayTimeSaturdayTimeSundayTime
7/11/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/12/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/13/2019 SAT test6:30om to 10:00pm7/14/20197:00pm to 9:00pm
7/18/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/19/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/20/2019 SAT test6:30om to 10:00pm7/21/20197:00pm to 9:00pm
7/25/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/26/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/27/2019 ACT test6:30om to 10:00pm7/28/20197:00pm to 9:00pm
8/1/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/2/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/3/2019 SAT test6:30om to 10:00pm8/4/20197:00pm to 9:00pm
8/8/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/9/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/10/2019 ACT test6:30om to 10:00pm8/11/20197:00pm to 9:00pm
8/15/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/16/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/17/2019 SAT test6:30om to 10:00pm8/18/20197:00pm to 9:00pm


Math Science Calendar: Once a week
7/8/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm 
7/15/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm
7/22/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm
7/29/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm
8/5/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm
8/12/2019 SAT Math7:00pm to 9:00pm



Bio is one of the tough courses in 9th grade. For the past several years, it helped the 9th graders to be successful in the first year in high school. The feedback from the students was "Dr. Mich is much better than the bio teacher in my school." "I like the bio after taking the bio in summer". "My son even discussed the bio topics with me, he said he may be want to try medical school".

Dr. Mich's class evoked many student's interests in biology.

Please don't miss the opportunity this summer.

Biology
This course will provide a solid foundation in the biological sciences to prepare students for the rigorous Biology courses offered at high school. The course will provide an overview of the topics that will a focus on content. Problem solving, real-world applications study skills will be integral to this course. Please find the detailed syllabus. 

Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 125, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street

TEACHER BIO – Dr. Mike, M.D.
Dr. Mike is a graduate of Georgetown University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, in paramedicine program. She then graduated from Georgetown University with a Doctor of Medicine degree. After spending time in the Air Force Flight Medicine office, she retired and became a teacher. She began teaching high school chemistry before switching to middle school science and math. She has 16 years of teaching and 8 years of private tutoring experience. She has taught Chemistry, Earth Science, Life Science and Physical Science and has worked with students in Grades 5 through 11. 
Dr. Mike has been the science department chair at fcps  for the past 5 years. She is the Fairfax County instructor for all new 8th grade science teachers. She has been a science fair coordinator for two years and head coach for the fcps Science Olympiad team for the past 5 years. She has tutored students in all levels of science from elementary to high school. She has extensive experience writing physical science and life science curriculum, assessments and labs. She has taught many students that currently attend TJHSST as well as students that attend other local schools and is certified as an Advanced Academic instructor. 

Class Calendar: twice a week, Thursday 7:00pm to 9:30pm, Saturday from 11:00am to 1:00pm

Biology_summer_2019
ThursdayTimeSaturdayTime
6/20/20197:00pm to 9:30pm6/22/201911:00am to 1:00pm
6/27/20197:00pm to 9:30pm6/29/201911:00am to 1:00pm
7/6/201911:00am to 1:00pm
7/11/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/13/201911:00am to 1:00pm
7/18/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/20/201911:00am to 1:00pm
7/25/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/27/201911:00am to 1:00pm



Chemistry 1 Honors course description:
Chemistry 1 Honors focuses on investigating the world of matter and energy through critical inquiry, problem solving, and research. Due to its enabling roles in fields from the life sciences and agriculture to engineering, materials science, and nanotechnology, chemistry is often regarded as the “central science.” This unique centrality is emphasized through class dialogue, activities, and laboratory experiments in which students observe and analyze chemical systems in order to bolster conceptual understanding. As fundamentals are developed, students continue to deepen their grasp of the molecular basis of macroscopic properties and phenomena and examine principles and questions of increasing complexity. 

Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 125, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street

TEACHER BIO – Dr. Mike, M.D.
Dr. Mike is a graduate of Georgetown University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, in paramedicine program. She then graduated from Georgetown University with a Doctor of Medicine degree. After spending time in the Air Force Flight Medicine office, she retired and became a teacher. She began teaching high school chemistry before switching to middle school science and math. She has 16 years of teaching and 8 years of private tutoring experience. She has taught Chemistry, Earth Science, Life Science and Physical Science and has worked with students in Grades 5 through 11. 
Dr. Mike has been the science department chair at fcps for the past 5 years. She is the Fairfax County instructor for all new 8th grade science teachers. She has been a science fair coordinator for two years and head coach for the fcps Science Olympiad team for the past 5 years. She has tutored students in all levels of science from elementary to high school. She has extensive experience writing physical science and life science curriculum, assessments and labs. She has taught many students that currently attend TJHSST as well as students that attend other local schools and is certified as an Advanced Academic instructor. 

Class Calendar: twice a week, Monday 7:30pm to 9:30pm, Friday 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Chemistry_summer_2019
MondayTimeFridayTime
6/17/20197:30pm to 9:30pm6/21/20197:30pm to 9:30pm
6/24/20197:30pm to 9:30pm6/28/20197:30pm to 9:30pm
7/1/20197:30pm to 9:30pm7/5/20197:30pm to 9:30pm
7/8/20197:30pm to 9:30pm7/12/20197:30pm to 9:30pm
7/15/20197:30pm to 9:30pm7/19/20197:30pm to 9:30pm
7/22/20197:30pm to 9:30pm7/26/20197:30pm to 9:30pm



 Trigonometry_Pre-Cal /TJ Math 4_5 Course Description in summer of 2019:
This class will cover the most important concepts of the newly designated TJHSST course "TJ Math 4" commonly referred to as "Trigonometry". In this course, students will become familiar with the following topics: right triangle ratios, radian angle measures, circular functions, the unit circle, solving trigonometric equations, inverses, identities, the Laws of Sines, the Law of Cosines, graphing trigonometric functions, and applying trigonometric techniques to solving real-world problems. A transformational approach to graphing is used with families of related graphs. Numerical, graphical, and algebraic solutions are considered for all problems as applicable. Graphing utilities on the graphing calculator are integral to the course. 

Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 275, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 

Teacher Mr. V
Mr. V has taught all levels of Mathematics from 4th grade through AP Calculus BC over his 8 year teaching career. He built and maintained an AP Calculus program at his first teaching assignment in PA where the course was never offered. He was brought to Fairfax County four years ago to help develop a non-AP Applied Calculus course for Fairfax County Schools (which has been adopted county-wide). He currently leads the AP Calculus AB Team at a top Fairfax County Public School. He has been an AP Reader (expert teacher flown to Kansas City, MO to grade the official AP Exam Free Response Sections) and has attended several AP Collegeboard trainings and Summer Institutes for Calculus. He was a part of the leader teachers’ panel to adopt textbooks for the 2019 school year and beyond in FCPS for Computer Science and Calculus. Even with his work at the high school level, he has experience with rising 4th, 5th and 6th grade students who are looking to advance as far in mathematics as they can go. He has been a coordinator for middle school Mathcounts to which several of his students made it to rounds beyond their expectation. He has been the American Math Challenge coordinator for High school students for the past four years. Recently, he has helped a group of 7th graders master Geometry this past summer 2018. He’s very excited to work with Discover in the hopes that he can have an even larger impact on students’ lives.

Class Calendar: twice a week, Saturday from 2:00pm to 5:00pm, Sunday from 2:00pm to 5:00pm


6/15/20192:00pm to 5:00pm6/16/20192:00pm to 5:00pm
6/22/20192:00pm to 5:00pm6/23/20192:00pm to 5:00pm
6/29/20192:00pm to 5:00pm6/30/20192:00pm to 5:00pm
7/6/20192:00pm to 5:00pm7/7/20192:00pm to 5:00pm
7/13/20192:00pm to 5:00pm7/14/20192:00pm to 5:00pm
7/20/20192:00pm to 5:00pm7/21/20192:00pm to 5:00pm


Algebra 2/TJ math 3
Course Description:
This class will cover the most important concepts of the Algebra 2 in FCPS and newly designated TJHSST course "TJ Math 3" commonly referred to as "Algebra 2". In this course, Students will examine functions and relations, to include quadratics, polynomials, power and square root functions, rational functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, and conics. Students study characteristics of each family of functions, such as graph sketching, transformations, and applications. Introductory linear algebra topics, such as matrices and determinants, are introduced in relation to systems of equations and inequalities. The process standard focus will be Problem Solving. Graphing utilities, especially graphing calculators, are integral to the course. 
 Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 125, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street. 


Teacher Mr. V
Mr. V has taught all levels of Mathematics from 4th grade through AP Calculus BC over his 8 year teaching career. He built and maintained an AP Calculus program at his first teaching assignment in PA where the course was never offered. He was brought to Fairfax County four years ago to help develop a non-AP Applied Calculus course for Fairfax County Schools (which has been adopted county-wide). He currently leads the AP Calculus AB Team at a top Fairfax County Public School. He has been an AP Reader (expert teacher flown to Kansas City, MO to grade the official AP Exam Free Response Sections) and has attended several AP Collegeboard trainings and Summer Institutes for Calculus. He was a part of the leader teachers’ panel to adopt textbooks for the 2019 school year and beyond in FCPS for Computer Science and Calculus. Even with his work at the high school level, he has experience with rising 4th, 5th and 6th grade students who are looking to advance as far in mathematics as they can go. He has been a coordinator for middle school Mathcounts to which several of his students made it to rounds beyond their expectation. He has been the American Math Challenge coordinator for High school students for the past four years. Recently, he has helped a group of 7th graders master Geometry this past summer 2018. He’s very excited to work with Discover in the hopes that he can have an even larger impact on students’ lives.
Class Calendar: twice a week, Saturday 5:00pm to 8:00pm, Sunday 5:00pm to 8:00pm
DateTimeDateTime
6/29/20195:00pm to 8:00pm6/30/20195:00pm to 8:00pm
7/6/20195:00pm to 8:00pm7/7/20195:00pm to 8:00pm
7/13/20195:00pm to 8:00pm7/14/20195:00pm to 8:00pm
7/20/20195:00pm to 8:00pm7/21/20195:00pm to 8:00pm
7/27/20195:00pm to 8:00pm7/28/20195:00pm to 8:00pm
8/3/20195:00pm to 8:00pm8/4/20195:00pm to 8:00pm



Geometry Honor for 7th and 8th grade students: 

Course Description:
Geometry introduces the study of points, segments, triangles, polygons, circles, solid figures, and their associated relationships as a mathematical system. Emphasis is placed on the description and use of inductive, deductive, and intuitive reasoning skills. Powers of abstract reasoning, spatial visualization and logical reasoning patterns are improved through this course. Points, segments, triangles, polygons, circles, and solid figures are the structures studied. The focus is on comparisons between these figures concerning surface areas, volumes, congruency, similarity, transformations, and coordinate Geometry.

 Location: 503 Carlisle Dr., Room 125, Herndon, VA 20170. There is easy access from Route 7100/286 (Fairfax County PKWY) and is right off Elden Street.

Teacher: Mr. V
Mr. V. has taught all levels of Mathematics from 7th grade through AP Calculus BC over his 7+ year teaching career. Mr. V. has taught Geometry for four years. Mr. V. knows the important concepts in Geometry that are necessary for higher level mathematics, scoring pass advanced on the standards of learning test, and scoring a high grade in a Geometry Honors course in Fairfax County.

Class Calendar: twice a week, Tuesday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, Sunday from 11:00am to 2:00pm

TuesdayTimeSundayTime
6/25/20197:00pm to 9:00pm6/30/201911:00am to 2:00pm
7/2/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/7/201911:00am to 2:00pm
7/9/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/14/201911:00am to 2:00pm
7/16/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/21/201911:00am to 2:00pm
7/23/20197:00pm to 9:00pm7/28/201911:00am to 2:00pm
7/30/20197:00pm to 9:00pm8/4/201911:00am to 2:00pm


AP BC Calculus:
This course is intended to prepare students for the standard AP Calculus BC course. The course will cover the major topics from AP Calculus BC. The class will be designed around the AP College board curriculum. The students planning to take AP Physics or AP Calculus BC during the 2019-2020 course will benefit greatly from the course.

Instructor: Mr. V. 
Mr. V has taught AP Calculus AB and BC for the past 7 years. He has completely mastered preparing students for this exam over his teaching career. He’s worked closely with top teachers in the world in this subject to be able to show concepts with multiple representations to reach all learners. Students that take Mr. V’s BC Calculus course and follow his directions in preparing will be able to score a 5/5 on the AP Calculus BC exam. Students planning to take the AP Test without having taken a high school AP Calculus BC course will have extra preparation necessary to score a 5/5. He currently leads the AP Calculus team at a top Fairfax County Public School. He was a part of the leader teachers’ panel to adopt textbooks for the 2019 school year and beyond in FCPS for Computer Science and Calculus.

Place_Herndon: 503 Carlisle Dr. room 275, Herndon, VA 20170 Near 7100 (Fairfax County PKWY and Elden Street). 



Class Calendar: Twice a week, Wednesday 7:00pm to 9:30pm, Sunday 8:30am to 11:00am

WednesdayTimeSundayTime
6/26/20197:00pm to 9:30pm6/30/20198:30am to 11:00am
7/3/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/7/20198:30am to 11:00am
7/10/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/14/20198:30am to 11:00am
7/17/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/21/20198:30am to 11:00am
7/24/20197:00pm to 9:30pm7/28/20198:30am to 11:00am
7/31/20197:00pm to 9:30pm8/4/20198:30am to 11:00am
8/7/20197:00pm to 9:30pm8/11/20198:30am to 11:00am


Please send your check or other payment style to reserve the seat:
 Discover Learning Center,
 P.O. Box 386, 
Great Falls, VA 22066

Please e-mail us at: discover386@hotmail.com