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High School Summer Math Classes

Up!Grade Learning Center has invited, Mr. Karl Hoffman from Lowell High School, to offer SUMMER math classes in different subjects to help your child prepare for next year. Your child will learn and understand the most difficult topics in each subject.

Mr. Karl Hoffman, Lowell High School’s Teacher with 28 years of teaching experience in high school mathematics.

Summer Classes :

  • Algebra 1 (06/13-06/30) (07/08- 07/30)
        – Monday, Friday, & Saturday 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm PDT     
  • Geometry (06/13-06/30) (07/08- 07/30)
        – Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm PDT
  • Algebra 2 (06/13-06/30) (07/08- 07/30)
        – Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm PDT
  • Pre-Calculus (UNAVAILABLE 2022) 
  • Calculus (UNAVAILABLE 2022)    
  • Math Validation Test Preparation (UNAVAILABLE 2022)    

Calendar: June 13th, 2022 – July 30th, 2022 (No Class July 1st – July 7th)
Cost: $720/subject (Contact us if you cannot attend the full program)

For enrollments or information, please contact us at (415) 661-1225.

**The Math Validation Exam (MVT) is a test required by the SFUSD for entering freshmen who wish to be placed out of Algebra 1 and take only Geometry in 9th grade. SFUSD will only allow you to take the MVT if you took 8th grade Algebra in you non-SFUSD school, or in an approved online course such as Apex. Contact the SFUSD Math Curriculum Office at for more detailed information about which online Algebra courses qualify.

The Up!Grade MVT Prep course will review the Algebra topics you learned in 8th grade, including special emphasis on the Common Core topics which are not usually found in traditional Algebra 1 courses. Specific topics of course will be: Statistics, Bi-variate Data, Geometry Transformations, Linear Equations, Coordinate Geometry, Polynomial functions, Modeling with Functions, and Quadratic equations. These topics will be addressed by practicing and discussing the Math Validation Exams from 2015, 2016, and 2017, so that students will become familiar with the non-traditional format of the test.

For more information about the MVT, visit