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AoPS Online Classes
Our online classes bring outstanding students together with highly accomplished instructors to prepare the students for the rigors of top-tier colleges and internationally competitive careers. The AoPS Online School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Class Schedule

We have dozens of math and programming classes starting in the next few months for middle and high school students.
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How Classes Work

Our classes offer a wide variety of learning avenues and opportunities for students to interact with each other and with our instructors.
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Art of Problem Solving's Online School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Most AoPS subject classes are UC a-g approved.
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WOOT

WOOT is our 7-month high school math Olympiad preparation and testing program. Eleven of the twelve 2015 USAMO winners are WOOT alumni!
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FREE Math Jams

Our free online Math Jams include AMC contest reviews and Q & A sessions with professors and admissions officers at MIT and Carnegie Mellon.
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ChemWOOT

ChemWOOT is our 7-month training program for the ambitious chemistry student preparing for chemistry olympiads.
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AoPS Academy
New from AoPS! Learning centers offering math and language arts classes for high-performing students in grades 2-12. Click here for more details.
AoPS Curriculum
The Art of Problem Solving mathematics curriculum is designed for outstanding math students in grades 6-12. Our texts offer broader, deeper, and more challenging instruction than other curricula. Our Beast Academy elementary school curriculum currently covers grades 3 and 4, and will span grades 2 through 5 upon completion.

The Art of Problem Solving texts have been used by tens of thousands of outstanding students, including many winners of major national contests such as MATHCOUNTS and the American Mathematics Competitions.

Online Books

Much of the AoPS Curriculum is now available online. Our online books integrate the texts with the AoPS Community, Alcumus, and AoPS videos.
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Beast Academy

AoPS is expanding to elementary school! When finished, our Beast Academy curriculum will train grade 2-5 math beasts. Grades 3 and 4 now available, along with the first half of books for grade 5.
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Other Books & AoPS Gear

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Recommendations

Not sure which books are right for you? Read through our recommendations page, or use that page to request a personalized suggestion.
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New from AoPS! Learning centers offering math and language arts classes for high-performing students in grades 2-12. Click here for more details.
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Contests Collections

View our collections of contest problems from around the world, with tens of thousands of problems from national and international competitions including American Mathematics Competitions, International Math Olympiad, Putnam, Harvard-MIT Math Tournament, Math Prize for Girls, and the USAMTS. We also host problems from national olympiads and IMO Team Selection Tests from countries around the world, such as Russia, China, Japan, Romania, Vietnam, Canada, and many more.
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Resources
In addition to our online school, textbooks, and Community, Art of Problem Solving offers a wide variety of free resources for avid problem solvers.

Alcumus

Alcumus is our free adaptive online learning system. It offers students a customized learning experience, adjusting to student performance to deliver appropriate problems and lessons. Alcumus is aligned to our Introductory online courses and to our Introduction series of textbooks. Teacher Tools are available for instructors and parents to monitor student progress.
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MIT PRIMES/AoPS CrowdMath

MIT PRIMES/AoPS CrowdMath is an open project that gives all high school students the opportunity to collaborate on a large, research project with top-tier research mentors and an exceptional peer group.
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For the Win!

Compete with middle school students from around the world with For the Win! (FTW), inspired by the MATHCOUNTS Countdown Round. FTW is stocked with over 15,000 problems from major competitions such as MATHCOUNTS, the American Mathematics Competitions, MOEMS, and the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing contests.
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Videos

Our video library offers hundreds of videos featuring AoPS founder Richard Rusczyk. Many of the videos are aligned to our Prealgebra, Introduction to Algebra, and Introduction to Counting & Probability books and classes. Others feature problems from MATHCOUNTS, the AMC 10/12, and the AIME competitions.
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MATHCOUNTS Trainer

The MATHCOUNTS Trainer has thousands of problems from previous School, Chapter, State, and National MATHCOUNTS competitions. Full solutions are provided for every problem so aspiring MATHCOUNTS mathletes can learn how to approach even the toughest questions.
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