Elevate [Math] FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
The program dates/times are specific to each participating school district. For exact details of your school district, please contact your school or district. Typically, the programs run Monday through Friday from 8:00am-12:00pm. Elementary and middle school programs run for 4 weeks. High school programs run for 5 weeks. Most programs start mid-June and run through July.
The program school sites are specific to each participating school district. Usually, they are schools within the district; please contact your school or district for more information.
Your student will be introduced to next year’s math concepts in the summer before they enter the next school year, so they will be prepared and comfortable when they see these concepts appear during the school year. We use project and problems based learning where your student is continually engaged with their peers and the instructor.
Elevate is free for students and their parents!
Elevate targets students who are “nearly meeting standards.” The school district allocates spaces based on statewide testing scores and teacher recommendations. Please contact your district if you have questions about your student’s eligibility.
Since the Elevate program is only 19 or 24 half-days, it is important that your student attends every session. Any absence will result in your student missing key concepts that will benefit them during the school year. By enrolling your child, you are committing your student to attend the full program.
Students will be given individual notebooks for use during the program. We suggest bringing pencils (and calculators if they have one).
Please contact your school or school district for the availability and details of transportation. Elevate does not provide additional childcare or arrange transportation.