## AP Test Prep Classes

AP Calculus BC

- 6/15/2021 - 8/24/2021
- Tuesday 4 -5 PM
- Text book: Khan Academy AP Calculus BC
- In person only

**Class Schedule**

6/15/2021 - Limits and continuity

6/22/2021 - Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules

6/29/2021 - Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

7/6/2021 - Contextual applications of differentiation

7/13/2021 - Applying derivatives to analyze functions

7/20/2021 - Integration and accumulation of change

7/27/2021 - Differential equations

8/3/2021 - Applications of integration

8/10/2021 - Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions

8/17/2021 - Infinite sequences and series

8/24/2021 - Practice test review

AP Calculus I & II (AB/BC)

- Jun 15 – Aug 19
- Tuesday and Thursday 9-10 AM
- Online only

AP Physics C

- 6/17/2021 - 8/26/2021
- Thursday 4 - 5 PM
- Textbook: Princeton Review AP Physics C

**Class Schedule**

6/17/2021 - Vectors : Ch 3 p.54 - 57 number 1 + 8(n-1)

6/24/2021- Kinematics : Ch 4 p. 78 - 86 number 1 + 10(n-1)

7/1/2021- Newton's Law of Motion : Ch 6 p. 130 - 139 number 1 + 8(n-1)

7/8/2021- Work, Energy, and Power : Ch 8 p. 189 - 200 number 1 + 10(n-1)

7/15/2021- Systems of Particles and Linear Momentums : Ch 9 p.230 - 240 number 1 + 10(n-1)

7/22/2021- Rotation : Ch 11 p.296 - 304 number 1 + 8(n-1)

7/29/2021- Oscillations : Ch 15 p. 405 - 412number 1 + 10(n-1)

8/5/2021- Gravitation : Ch 13 p. 351 - 358 number 1 + 8(n-1)

8/12/2021- Electrostatics : Ch 24 p. 648 - 655 number 1 + 10(n-1)

8/19/2021- Conductors, Capacitors, and Dielectrics : Ch 25 p.676 - 681 number 1 + 8(n-1)

8/26/2021- Electric Circuits : Ch 27 p.726 - 734 number 1 + 8(n-1)

AP Physics 1 & 2

- 6/7/2021 - 8/30/2021
- Monday and Wednesday 9 - 10 PM
- Text book: Cutnell & Johnson Physics 9th Edition

**Class Schedule**

6/7/2021 - 1. Introduction and Mathematical Concepts

6/9/2021 - 2. Kinematics in one Dimension

6/11/2021 - 3. Kinematics in Two Dimensions

6/14/2021 - 4. Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion

6/16/2021 - 5. Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion

6/18/2021 - 6. Work and Energy

6/21/2021 - 7. Impulse and Momentum

6/23/2021 - 8. Rotational Kinematics

6/25/2021 - 9. Rotational Dynamics

6/28/2021 - 10. Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity

6/30/2021 - 11. Fluids

7/2/2021 - 12. Temperature and Heat

7/5/2021 - 13. The Transfer of Heat

7/7/2021 - 14. The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory

7/9/2021 - 15. Thermodynamics

7/12/2021 - 16. Waves and Sound

7/14/2021 - 17. The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena

7/16/2021 - 18. Electric Forces and Electric Fields

7/19/2021 - 19. Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential

7/21/2021 - 20. Electric Circuits

7/23/2021 - 21. Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields

7/26/2021 - 22. Electromagnetic Induction

7/28/2021 - 22. Electromagnetic Induction

7/30/2021 - 23. Alternating Current Circuits

8/2/2021 - 24. Electromagnetic Waves

8/4/2021 - 25. The Reflection of Light: Mirrors

8/6/2021 - 26. The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments

8/9/2021 - 27. Interference and the Wave Nature of Light

8/11/2021 - 28. Special Relativity

8/13/2021 - 29. Particles and Waves

8/16/2021 - 30. The Nature of the Atom

8/18/2021 - 31. Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity

8/20/2021 - 32. Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy, and Elementary Particles

8/23/2021 - Practice AP Physics 1 exam review

8/25/2021 - Practice AP Physics 1 exam review

8/27/2021 - Practice AP Physics 2 exam review

8/30/2021 - Practice AP Physics 2 exam review

**AP Chemistry**

At CLA, you can learn Chemistry from a professor with a doctorate in Chemistry and years of teaching experience at various universities in and near Pittsburgh. If you really want to get that 5 in AP Chemistry Exam, think CLA.

**AP Calculus BC**

AP Calculus BC is a vast subject that cannot be adequately covered in a single year. Therefore, most high school teachers are forced to skip much of the background explanations and application examples when teaching, even though they can teach them if they had an opportunity to do so. As a result, most students will have one or two content areas they don’t feel as comfortable in compared to other areas. CLA can supplement a student’s learning of AP Calculus BC by addressing these areas of discomfort that unavoidably develops. Our Calculus instructor has a master’s degree in Computational Mathematics with years of experience helping students score a 5 in AP Calculus BC. The class will be fluid in its content as it will seek to enforce what students just learned in school, and fill in the gaps with ease and confidence. Let CLA help students master AP Calculus BC more comfortably.

**AP Physics C**

AP Physics C can be the most challenging Science course for a high school student. It requires understanding of both Physics and Calculus to properly master. CLA has helped students score a 5 in AP Physics C subjects. Let CLA reveal the wonderful world of physics to you.

**AP English Literature**

This is a supplemental AP English Literature class designed to help students better understand English literature, and improve with writing their essays. At CLA, you have a chance to learn English literature from someone who has a doctorate in English literature, and years of teaching experiences at various universities and high schools in the Pittsburgh area. Come and learn with the best.

**AP English Languages & Composition**

AP English requires students to write many pieces in various formats. It also requires someone who is well versed in linguistic and literary aspects of English. CLA’s AP English instructors all have advanced degrees in English along with 10+ years of teaching English in diverse settings around Pittsburgh. Come and learn from the best.