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AI Programs

Middle and High School Students (Grades 7 to 12) or equivalent. AI Basics and AI Advanced levels are offered. Students will be placed at different levels based on their abilities. Avant Academy does not place students based on their grades. We provide advance programs to young aspiring students.

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Application Deadlines
Winter Deadline to Register: December 3rd

Hours of Instruction: 20 hours Project Based learning Multiple classes are offered with different times to accommodate different time zones for students around the nation.

Winter Classes Start : Dec 20-31 Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Limited seats.

Program Contact: info@theavantacademy.com

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Program Fees: USD $900 (all inclusive)
Please register and pay online

Application Deadlines
Spring Deadline to Register: December 3rd

Hours of Instruction: 20 hours Project Based learning Multiple classes are offered with different times to accommodate different time zones for students around the nation.

Spring Classes Start : Jan 3 – April 30 Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Limited seats.

Program Contact: info@theavantacademy.com

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Program Fees: USD $900 (all inclusive)
Please register and pay online on the “Register” link.

Application Deadlines
Summer Deadline to Register: March 15

Hours of Instruction: 20 hours Project Based learning Multiple classes are offered with different times to accommodate different time zones for students around the nation.

Summer Classes Start : June 27 – Aug 30 Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Limited seats.

Program Contact: info@theavantacademy.com

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Programming

Computer science is an integral aspect of being a successful leader in the 21st century. Computer science not only teaches computational thinking, but also problem-solving and critical thinking. Our Philosophy is that programming should be considered mandatory to learn, in addition to Math, Science, English, and History.

Avant Academy offers computer science courses ranging from introductory to career and research focused classes. Avant Academy students in the past have gone on to win the national ACSL competition, become high-ranked USA Computing Olympiad competitors, and create and publish numerous research projects in artificial intelligence and bioinformatics that have won at the International Science Fair as well as other prestigious competitions. Through project-oriented coursework, we will teach students to create projects of their own through ideation, building, and delivery. Avant Academy also offers coursework to prepare for the AP Computer Science exam, as well as prepare for competitions like ACSL and the USA Computing Olympiad.
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Intermediate Python

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Introductory Python – ACSL (Duration - 16 Weeks , Course Period - June 26) Once a week with multiple timings to choose from.

A first course in computer programming using the Python programming language. This course covers basic programming concepts such as variables, data types, iteration, flow of control, input/output, and functions.This course will assume no previous computer programming experience. Students will be able to compete in ACSL competition.

About Program

 


Introduction to Python Programming:
Class 1:
 Compilers and Interpreters
 Working with PyCharm
 Creating and running Python files in PyCharm
 Creating comments in Python
 print() statement
 Creating variables and assigning values
 Creating Strings
 Escape characters inside Strings
 String operators + and *
 Review few String methods including capitalize(), lower(), upper(), strip(), lstrip(), rstrip()

Class 2:
 Review few additional important String methods including find(), rfind(), index(), rindex(), len and substring using the indexes
 Numbers: Integers, Floats and Scientific Notation
 Numeric Operators: +, -, , /, //, % and *
 Number Systems: Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal
 Convert from other number systems to Decimal using place values
 Convert from Decimal to other number systems using division technique

Class 3:
 Representing integers in Binary, Octal, Hexdecimal number systems in Python
 Converting decimal integers to Binary, Octal, Hexdecimal number systems in Python
 Bitwise Operators AND, OR and XOR
 Comparison Operators <, <=, >, >=, ==, !=
 Typecasting – conversion between various data types using int(), float() and str() functions
 input() function to gather data from the user
print() function with using different “end” for different end of the line string and “sep” for different separation string

Class 4:
 Self assignment operators -> +=, -=, =, /=, //=, %=, *=
 Absolute function -> abs()
 id() function for the unique identifier of the variables
 Immutability of the variables
 String indexing and slicing
 Conditionals using the "if" block
 Extensions of the "if" block with "if/else" blocks
 Extensions of the "if" block with "if/elif/else" blocks
 Multiple boolean expressions with "and" and "or" clause in the "if/elif/else" blocks

Class 5:
 while loops concept
 Counting while loops
 Nesting if block inside a while loop block
 Nesting while loop block inside an if block
 Nesting while loop block inside another while loop block
 Sentinel-controlled while loops

Class 6:
 “while” loops concept – Result Oriented Loops
 “List” data structure
 Accessing and Modifying elements in a List
 Accessing and Modifying elements in a List using variables and expressions
 “for” loop concept
 Use cases when to use “while” loop and “for” loop

Class 7:
 Slicing of Lists
 Additional List methods – reversed, sorted
 Two Dimensional Lists
 Tuples
 Dictionaries

Class 8:
 “continue” statement and using in loops.
 “break” statement and using in loops.
 “range()” function
 “ord()” and “chr()” functions
 Creating functions in Python

Class 9:
 “parameters” ordering in the function definitions.
 “recursion” in python.

Class 10:
 Scopes of variables in conditionals and loops.
 Scopes of variables in functions.
 Defining a “global” scope.
 Reading content from text files.
 Writing text content to a file.

Class 11:
 More modes when interacting with the file.
 Binary files.
 Exception handling using try-except-finally blocks.
 Using standard modules.
 Writing text content to a file.

Class 12:
 Raising Exceptions
 Creating user defined Exceptions
 Creating and using modules
 Introducing Classes, Objects and Object Oriented Programming
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Advanced Python – Programming Skills - ACSL

This course covers advanced programming concepts such as data sctructures, algorithms, recursion, object-oriented programming, graphical user interfaces, and event-driven programming. 12 Weeks (June 26 - Sep 18) Once a week with multiple timings to choose from. Students will prepare for ACSL and USACO competitions.

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The USACO preperatory class will provide hundreds of hours of instruction and practice problems to improve your programming and problem-solving skills. This is a nationally renowned competition and is highly sought after by top IVY schools.

Duration - 12 Weeks , Course Period - June 26, 2021. Once a week with multiple timings to choose from

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2022 Summer Basic AI Classes High School

 

Class Fees: $1200

Prerequisites

This class assumes that you have strong general programming strength (critical thinking, problem solving, etc.) but not super strong actual programming fundamentals (the fundamentals of programming that are necessary will be recapped in the first few weeks).

 

Class Description

Hopefully in this class we’ll be able to explore a few different ways to tackle data problems and learn machine learning and deep learning tools and concepts. We’ll hopefully go through a review of general python programming and bash scripting, then dive into simplistic machine learning models,more advanced ones, then deep learning models and frameworks. We will also look at data manipulation, some common strategies, and tells to determine what strategy is the most effective. We will look into results analysis as well as performance optimization after, looking at how we can marginally improve results. Finally, if time permits, we will look at very advanced and complicated deep learning strategies.

 

This class will be taught in Python. Before the first class I’ll send an email about setup (I like python to be setup in a specific way - it makes it easier to ensure that packages are in the right places, there isn’t ambiguity, etc.) I will assume that students will either have Windows (Windows 10) or a Mac. If you have Windows that isn’t Windows 10, I can talk to you seperately about how to setup properly.

 

Topics Covered

1 Introduction, Math Basics, and Python Basics 

2 Python Data Science Packages 

3 Linear Regression, Simple Machine Learning 

4 SVM, Random Forest, and Scikit-Learn

5 Simple Neural Networks and Keras

6 Other Neural Networks with Keras 

7 Image Classification

8 Tensorflow and other Deep Learning Frameworks

9 Results Analysis and Calculation

10 Unsupervised Learning, k-Nearest Neighbors 

11 Performance Optimization 

12 Transfer Learning, other Advanced Topics

 

What Others Say

"I attended AI Boot camp over the summer and am currently working on a science fair project" - Nipun | Summer 2020

 

"I always thought Artificial Intelligence is hard. I learnt AI fundamentals from Avant Academy and later pursued AI certification. I was able to secure internship as a sophomore in high school" - Nidhi | Summer 2020

 

"As a Freshman at UVA, I attended the AI Bootcamp in 2018 and was able to secure an internship for 2019 summer. I am currently majoring in AI. Thank you Avant Academy for giving me the confience that I can learn AI." - Sujay | 2018 Summer Bootcamp

 

"I qualified for International Science fair for my AI project. Thank you Avant Academy for teaching me basics of AI and inspiring me to pursue AI as a high schooler" - Srija | 2017 Summer Bootcamp

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2021 Winter Basic AI Classes High School

 

Class Fees: $1200

 

Prerequisites
This class assumes that you have strong general programming strength (critical thinking, problem solving, etc.) but not super strong actual programming fundamentals (the fundamentals of programming that are necessary will be recapped in the first few weeks).


Class Description
Hopefully in this class we’ll be able to explore a few different ways to tackle data problems and learn machine learning and deep learning tools and concepts. We’ll hopefully go through a review of general python programming and bash scripting, then dive into simplistic machine learning models,more advanced ones, then deep learning models and frameworks. We will also look at data manipulation, some common strategies, and determine what strategy is the most effective. We will look into results analysis as well as performance optimization after, looking at how we can marginally improve results. Finally, if time permits, we will look at very advanced and complicated deep learning strategies (data augmentation, etc.) This class will be taught in Python. 

 

Class SetUp

Before the first class we’ll send an email about setup (I like python to be setup in a specific way - it makes it easier to ensure that packages are in the right places, there isn’t ambiguity, etc.) I will assume that students will either have Windows (Windows 10) or a Mac. If you have Windows that isn’t Windows 10.


Topics

  1. Introduction, Math Basics, and Python Basics 
  2. Python Data Science Packages 
  3. Linear Regression, Simple Machine Learning 
  4. SVM, Random Forest, and Scikit-Learn
  5. Simple Neural Networks and Keras
  6. Other Neural Networks with Keras 
  7. Image Classification
  8. Tensorflow and other Deep Learning Frameworks
  9. Results Analysis and Calculation
  10. Unsupervised Learning, k-Nearest Neighbors 
  11. Performance Optimization 
  12. Transfer Learning, other Advanced Topics 

What Others Say

"I attended AI Boot camp over the summer and am currently working on a science fair project" - Nipun | Summer 2020

 

"I always thought Artificial Intelligence is hard. I learnt AI fundamentals from Avant Academy and later pursued AI certification. I was able to secure internship as a sophomore in high school" - Nidhi | Summer 2020

 

"As a Freshman at UVA, I attended the AI Bootcamp in 2018 and was able to secure an internship for 2019 summer. I am currently majoring in AI. Thank you Avant Academy for giving me the confience that I can learn AI." - Sujay | 2018 Summer Bootcamp

 

"I qualified for International Science fair for my AI project. Thank you Avant Academy for teaching me basics of AI and inspiring me to pursue AI as a high schooler" - Srija | 2017 Summer Bootcamp

Price: $1200.00 add to cart   view cart

Competitive and Academic Math

Mathematics and problem solving is an important field of study not just in academics, but to understand complicated problems critically and enhance mathematical thinking. Avant Academy’s courses are designed to fill two purposes:

  • Help supplement your student’s work in mathematics at school through courses designed to help students understand concepts taught in traditional school courses
  • Give your student an edge in competitive math through coursework designed by students and teachers who’ve been through the competitive math process (AIME, USAMO, HMMT) in all fields from introductory to advanced.
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Prealgebra prepares students for the rigors of algebra and also teaches students problem-solving techniques to prepare them for prestigious middle school math contests such as MATHCOUNTS, MOEMS, and the AMC 8. The text is written to challenge students at a much deeper level than a traditional middle school prealgebra course, and is used for both our Prealgebra 1 and Prealgebra 2 online courses.

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The AMC 8 is the premier fall math contest for middle school students, and also gives students early problem-solving experience that is valuable towards the high-school level AMC 10 and AMC 12 contests. In this course, students learn problem solving strategies and test-taking tactics over .The course also practice of hundreds of AMC 8 problems.

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Preparation for the AMC 12, the first test in the series of contests that determine the United States team for the International Mathematics Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. The course consists of discussion of problems from past exams, as well as strategies for taking the test. The course also includes a practice AMC 12 test.

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Preparation for the AIME, the second in the series of tests used to determine the United States team at the International Math Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AIME scores as part of the college application process. The course also includes a practice AIME test.

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Overview Precalculus is  designed to challenge high-performing middle and high school students. Precalculus covers trigonometry, complex numbers, vectors, and matrices. Includes many problems from the AIME and USAMO competitions. We use ArtofProblemsolving text book which includes nearly 1000 problems, ranging from routine exercises to extremely challenging problems drawn from major mathematics competitions such as the American Invitational Mathematics Exam and the USA Mathematical Olympiad. Almost half of the problems have full, detailed solutions in the text, and the rest have full solutions in the accompanying Solutions Manual. Precalculus is structured to inspire the reader to explore and develop new ideas. Each section starts with problems, so the student has a chance to solve them without help before proceeding. The text then includes solutions to these problems, through which new techniques are taught. Important facts and powerful problem solving approaches are highlighted throughout the text.
 
Our Math Faculty Graduated with summa cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in mathematics (1988), received his Masters in Advanced Study with distinction from Cambridge University while on a Churchill Scholarship (1989), and received a Masters of Science from the University of Chicago while enrolled in the PhD program in mathematics (1990).
 
Class starts on June 26, 12 weeks course. Each class is 1.5 hour long. Please call 7034008066 to enquire about the schedule.
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A comprehensive textbook covering single-variable calculus. Specific topics covered include limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, power series, plane curves, and differential equations.

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Science

A strong understand of science is fundamental to being able to interact with the world. Through Avant Academy students can learn at the highest level of both school and competitive science in a variety of fields, including Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Students have access to award winning curriculum and teachers who can help with Honors and AP sciences, as well as science at the Olympiad level, which can show a students dedication and knowledge in these fundamental fields.
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Prepare for the most prestigious high school Bio Olympiad competition which is highly sought after by Ivy College admissions. You will also prepare for AP Biology and SAT Biology.

Students interested in medicine will have a great portfolio to showcase their accomplishments as USA Biolympiad Semifinalist or national finalist.

USA Bio OLympiad: https://www.usabo-trc.org/

Competition schedule: https://www.usabo-trc.org/usabo-2021-calendar-tentative

Students will also be prepared for deeper research in the field of medicine.

Please buy the text book: https://www.amazon.com/Campbell-Biology-11th-Lisa-Urry/dp/0134093410

Homework: Students will work about 100-200 Bio Olympiad questions each week. Bio Olympiad questions will be provided each week to the students.

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Prepare for the most prestigious high school Physics Olympiad competition which is highly sought after by Ivy College admissions.

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Prepare for College Board AP Chemistry exam. Student should have completed Honors Chemistry as a prerequisite.

AP Chemistry / SAT Chemistry Subject Test

This is to help students prepare for summer AP Chemistry course for upcoming academic year & SAT Chemistry subject test. 

Price: $1200.00 for 14 classes of 2.5 hours each. Total of 36 hours of class.

 

Date Units and the topic details to be covered in each unit
6/26/2021 1.Atomic Structure & Properties : Moles, Molar Mass, Spectroscopy(Mas/Photolectronic), Compositions, Atomic Structure,
Electron Configuration, Periodic Trends, Valence Electrons and Ionic Compounds
7/03/2021 2.Molecular & Ionic Compound Structures/Properties: Types of Chemical Bonds, Intramolecular Force & Potential Energy,
Structure of Metals & Alloys, Lewis Diagrams, Resonance and Formal Charge, VSEPR and Bond Hybridization
7/10/2021 3.Intermolecular Forces & Properties #1: Intermolecular Forces, Props of Solids/Liquids/Gases, KMT, Ideal Gas Law, Deviations
7/17/2021 3.Intermolecular Forces & Properties #2: Solutions/mixtures, Chromatography, Solubility, Electromagnetic Spectrum,
Photoelectric Effect & Beer-Lambert Law
7/21/2021 4.Chemical Reactions #1: Introduction for Reactions, Net Ionic Equations, Representations of Reactions, Phy & Chem Changes,
Stoichiometry
7/25/2021 4.Chemical Reactions #2: Continue Stoichiometry, Introduction to Titration/Acid-Base reactions, Types of Chemical Reactions,
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
7/28/2021 5.Kinetics: Reaction Rates, Rate Law, Concentration Changes Over Time, Elementary Reactions, Collision Model,
Reaction Mechanisms & Rate Law, Steady-State Approximation, Multistep Reaction Energy Profile & Catalysis
8/1/2021 6.Thermodynamics: Endo/Exothermic Processes, Energy Diagrams, Heat Transfer & Thermal Eqbm, Heat Capacity & Calorimetry,
Energy of Phase Changes, Enthalpy of Reaction, Bond Enthalpies, Enthalpy of Formation & Hess’s Law
8/4/2021 7.Equilibrium: Intro to Eqbm, Rev Reactions, Reaction Quotient Q & Eqbm Constant K, Calc/Magnitude/Props of K, Calc Eqbm Concns,
Representations of Eqbm, Le Chatlier’s Principle Q & K, Solubility, Common-Ion Effect, pH & Solubility, Free Energy of Dissolution
8/8/2021 8.Acids & Bases #1: Intro to Acids/Bases, pH and pOH of Strong Acids/Bases, Weak Acid/Base Eqbm, Acid-Base Reactions & Buffers
8/11/2021 8.Acids & Bases #2: Acid-Base Titrations, Molecular Structure of Acid/Bases, pH & pKa, Props of Buffers, Henderson-Hasselbalch Eqn
& Buffer Capacity
8/15/2021 9.Applications of Thermodynamics: Entropy absolute/change, Gibbs Free Energy, Thermo & Kinetic Control, Free Energy & Eqbm,
Coupled Reactions, Galvanic/Voltaic & Electrolytic Cells, Std/NonStd Cell Potential, Free Energy, Electrolysis and Faraday’s Law
8/18/2021 10.Comprehensive Review #1:  Summarize the topics completed from Units 1-5 and provide 360 degree overview of AP Chemistry
8/22/2021 10.Comprehensive Review #2:  Summarize the topics completed from Units 6-9 and provide 360 degree overview of AP Chemistry
8/25/2021 11.AP Chemistry Test Review: Overview of AP Chemistry Test and provide approach, tips, techniques and resources to prepare and succeed on this test with perfect/high scores to strengthen your college applications
8/29/2021 12.SAT Chemistry Subject Test Review: Overview of SAT Subject Chemistry  Subject Test, provide approach, tips, techniques and resources to prepare and succeed on this test with perfect/high scores to strengthen your college applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In this course, students will be exposed to many of the exciting new discoveries related to the brain and how it functions. The course is not intended to be an introduction to neurobiology (which is more appropriately addressed at the college level). Rather, it is intended to give students an opportunity to learn about such topics ranging from how memories are formed and stored to the mechanism of depression; from gender differences in brain structure and function to synesthesia (a condition whereby peoples senses get mixed up); from the causes of and treatments for Alzheimer's disease to the effects of cocaine on the brain. The class modus operandi is similar to a graduate school seminar: students will lead and participate in discussions on specific topics, based on readings from the scientific literature. There is a heavy emphasis on the interpretation of data, analysis of methodology, and experimental design. Furthermore, creative thought is required for the discussions on the best path to take for future research.

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English and Debate

Research has shown that debate promotes critical thinking, logical reasoning, problem solving and innovative thinking and develop interpersonal effective communications. Students will have higher GPAs, higher standardized test scores, better college admission outcomes Perhaps most importantly debaters become better informed citizens and increase in civic engagements and leadership.
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One class per week for 12 Weeks (June 26) Pick a weekly batch time:  Tuesday 6:00PM-7:30PM

Coach is a national high school debate winner and is a phenomenal coach.

Prepare for debate competitions with focus on cross fires, rebuttals, constructive speeches identify logical fallacies which develops confident presentation skills. Students develop quick thinking, logical analysis, public speaking and learn skills needed to research and deliver cases. Students will practice impromptu speeches. Students will explore a number of different, nationally competitive, events, including Public Forum, Lincoln Douglas, and Extemporaneous Speaking.

Price: $800.00 add to cart   view cart

One class per week for 16 Weeks (Course Period - Starts from June 26, 2021) Pick a weekly batch time: Monday : 7-8:30pm. Class time is 1.5 hour

Coach is a national high school debate winner and is a phenomenal coach.

Prepare for debate competitions with focus on cross fires, rebuttals, constructive speeches identify logical fallacies which develops confident presentation skills. Students develop quick thinking, logical analysis, public speaking and learn skills needed to research and deliver cases. Students will practice impromptu speeches. Students will explore a number of different, nationally competitive, events, including Public Forum, Lincoln Douglas, and Extemporaneous Speaking.

Price: $800.00 add to cart   view cart

SAT/PSAT/ACT faculty is a Humanities graduate from Yale University with 15 years of coaching experience. He has helped students gain perfect scores in ACT, PSAT and SAT. Many of his students have won the US Presidential scholar award which is given to 2 students per state. He has tutored several hundred students in one-on-one settings and taught several hundred more in group classes. He specializes in both standard test preparation (SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Test, AP Exams), for which he has written course curricula, and academic tutoring (literature, history, math, French, Latin).  He spent the 2013-2014 academic year in Paris and London, homeschooling two fourteen-year-old American students traveling with their families. Prior to becoming a tutor, he served as the lead editor for the SparkNotes series of literature study guides. He is also a former Jeopardy! champion.

Practice for upcoming ACT, focus on developing skills in the areas of your weakness, realistic PSAT materials, mock testing, feedback and individualized feedback.12 Weeks (Starts from June 26, 2021) Once a week with multiple timings to choose from. Please call at 7034008066. 

Price: $1000.00 add to cart   view cart

SAT/PSAT/ACT faculty is a Humanities graduate from Yale University with 15 years of coaching experience. He has helped students gain perfect scores in ACT, PSAT and SAT. Many of his students have won the US Presidential scholar award which is given to 2 students per state. He has tutored several hundred students in one-on-one settings and taught several hundred more in group classes. He specializes in both standard test preparation (SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Test, AP Exams), for which he has written course curricula, and academic tutoring (literature, history, math, French, Latin).  He spent the 2013-2014 academic year in Paris and London, homeschooling two fourteen-year-old American students traveling with their families. Prior to becoming a tutor, he served as the lead editor for the SparkNotes series of literature study guides. He is also a former Jeopardy! champion.

Practice for upcoming SAT, focus on developing skills in the areas of your weakness, realistic  SAT materials, mock testing, feedback and individualized feedback. 12 Weeks  Once a week with multiple timings to choose from. Please call at 7034008066. 

The class will teach 45 mins of reading and 45 mins of writing.

Price: $1200.00 add to cart   view cart

SAT/PSAT/ACT faculty is a Humanities graduate from Yale University with 15 years of coaching experience. He has helped students gain perfect scores in ACT, PSAT and SAT. Many of his students have won the US Presidential scholar award which is given to 2 students per state. He has tutored several hundred students in one-on-one settings and taught several hundred more in group classes. He specializes in both standard test preparation (SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Test, AP Exams), for which he has written course curricula, and academic tutoring (literature, history, math, French, Latin).  He spent the 2013-2014 academic year in Paris and London, homeschooling two fourteen-year-old American students traveling with their families. Prior to becoming a tutor, he served as the lead editor for the SparkNotes series of literature study guides. He is also a former Jeopardy! champion.

Practice for upcoming ACT, focus on developing skills in the areas of your weakness, realistic ACT / SAT materials, mock testing, feedback and individualized feedback.12 Weeks (Starts from June 26) Once a week with multiple timings to choose from. Please call at 7034008066. 

Price: $1000.00 add to cart   view cart

Middle and High school Counseling Services

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Annual College Counseling Services for Elementary , Middle and High school

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Annual High school counseling services

Avant College Counseling provides individualized guidance with the following comprehensive services:

  • Academic planning, course selections, and GPA management
  • Test prep recommendation
  • Achieving competitive edge in a variety of science fair, research, publications, academic, innovation-oriented, and business competitions
  • Talent development and career exploration
  • Extracurricular pursuits
  • Leadership and community service
  • Summer programs and internships 
  • Competitions, research, and scholarships opportunities
  • Study skills and time management tips and strategies
  • Private and magnet high school or early entrance college applications
  • Direct guarenteed medical program application
  • College application and essays
  • Mock interviews
Price: $15000.00 add to cart   view cart
Middle school counseling services start at $8000 for an year

Avant College Counseling provides individualized guidance with the following comprehensive services:

  • Academic planning, course selections, and GPA management
  • Test prep recommendation
  • Achieving competitive edge in a variety of science fair, research, publications, academic, innovation-oriented, and business competitions
  • Talent development and career exploration
  • Extracurricular pursuits
  • Leadership and community service
  • Summer programs and internships 
  • Competitions, research, and scholarships opportunities
  • Study skills and time management tips and strategies
  • Private and magnet high school or early entrance college applications
  • Direct guarenteed medical program application
  • College application and essays
  • Mock interviews
Price: $8000.00 add to cart   view cart

Science Research

Scientific research allows everyone to progress the world, in technology, biology, physics, and more. Learn how to effectively communicate groundbreaking research and present at conferences.
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Scientific research brings together observations, knowledge, and data to solve problems, invent solutions, and develop new products.

The goal of this course is to provide highly motivated students an opportunity to learn how to effectively perform research and communicate their results. Students will learn how to properly write research papers, perform statistical analysis, and be provided general feedback with existing research projects. Students must complete an application and be approved before registering. Students will not be provided help with their research, but instead the ability to help with their paper, presentation, and more to participate in regional and national science fair competitions.

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