Academics

AP Depth Classes

Lemonade AP Depth is for students currently enrolled in an AP course or who want to self-study for an AP exam.  Each week for six weeks, the AP teacher will offer a 90-minute session, including a lesson based on the AP curriculum (note that the lesson may not match up with what your student is studying in their school classroom at the time).  After the lesson, there will be time for questions – about that lesson or about the material the students are studying in their school classroom.  Groups will be limited to 3-6 students.

Math
AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science

Humanities

AP US Government and Politics, AP Literature, AP World History, AP US History, AP Language and Composition
 

Science
AP Physics (1, C- Mechanics and C- Electricity and Magnetism), AP Biology, AP Chemistry

 

World Language
AP Spanish Language and Culture

Homework Club

Students in grades 7-12 will have the opportunity to spend up to 16 hours per month in supervised “Zoom Rooms” with credentialed teachers (not tutors, teachers!) who are available to help with homework, answer questions, help prepare students for tests and generally offer support.  Students can choose which rooms they want to visit and can hop from room to room during their session up to two hours a day, twice a week. Homework Club is not for new teaching; it is a support system for students.​​ Offered Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 5-7 pm PST. 

Math Room

Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Algebra 2/Trig, Pre-Calculus, Calculus

Humanities Room
English, History and other Social Studies classes

 

Science Room

Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Anatomy

Academic "Pods"

​​Lemonade "pods" are for students in core academic courses. Have a class that is difficult?  Gather a group of up to 6 of your friends or classmates. Then, we'll provide a credentialed teacher for one hour each week for six weeks to review the lessons from your school classroom, re-teach anything that was confusing, and help with homework. By definition, these "pods" will have to be groups of students who are studying the same course material at the same time.  

Math
Algebra 1 through Calculus

 

Humanities

Core English and Social Studies courses

Science
Biology, Chemistry and Physics

 

World Language
Spanish