Math Academy


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Middle School
Math Academy Grade 6 (MA-86
Middle School
Math Academy Grade 8 (MA-8)
High School
Math Academy Grade 9 (MA-9)

Who: Baltimore County Public School students going into grade 6 and who are in need of additional time and support to develop or maintain foundational mathematics knowledge and skills. Seats are limited. Enrollment is on a first come basis.

What: Students participate in a research-based blended learning mathematics program designed to meet the specific needs of individual students. Each day will include four hours of mathematics instruction in which students participate in whole-class, small group, and individual learning opportunities designed to develop students’ mindset, confidence, and beliefs about doing mathematics as they strengthen their understanding of concepts and skills from prior grades.

  • Online program using pre-assessments to prescribe targeted individualized learning experiences
  • Targeted instruction on key concepts and skills
  • Problem based activities that develop students problem solving skills

Where: Your local middle school.

When: July 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017
Approximately 7:45 am – 11:45 am
Exact times will be published on this website on or before June 19, 2017.

How: See your school counselor for enrollment.

Click here for the Middle School MA-6 Informational Flyer

Who: Baltimore County Public School students recommended to take Algebra 1 in Grade 8 during the school year and are in need of additional time and support to develop or maintain algebra readiness skills. Seats are limited. Enrollment is on a first come basis.

What: Students participate in a research-based blended learning mathematics program designed to meet the specific needs of individual students. Each day will include four hours of mathematics instruction in which students participate in whole-class, small group, and individual learning opportunities designed to develop students’ mindset, confidence, and beliefs about doing mathematics as they strengthen their understanding of key concepts and skills from prior grades to build their readiness for algebra.

  • Online program using pre-assessments to prescribe targeted individualized learning experiences
  • Targeted instruction on key algebra readiness concepts and skills
  • Introductory coding to reinforce math concepts

Where: Your local middle school.

When: July 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017
Approximately 7:45 am – 11:45 am
Exact times will be published on this website on or before June 19, 2017.

How: See your school counselor for enrollment.

Click here for the Middle School MA-8 Informational Flyer

Who: Baltimore County Public School students recommended to take Algebra 1 in Grade 9 and are in need of additional time and support to develop or maintain algebra readiness skills. Seats are limited. Enrollment is on a first come basis.

What: Students participate in a research-based blended learning mathematics program designed to meet the specific needs of individual students. Each day will include four hours of mathematics instruction in which students participate in whole-class, small group, and individual learning opportunities designed to develop students’ mindset, confidence, and beliefs about doing mathematics as they strengthen their understanding of concepts and skills from prior grades to build their readiness for algebra.

  • Online program using pre-assessments to prescribe targeted individualized learning experiences
  • Targeted instruction on key algebra readiness concepts and skills
  • Introductory coding to reinforce math concepts

Where: Your local high school.

When: July 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017
Approximately 7:30 am – 11:30 am
Exact times will be published on this website on or before June 19, 2017.

How: See your school counselor for enrollment.

Click here for the High School MA-9 Informational Flyer

Attendance: ;In order to meet MSDE regulations for blended learning, students must attend class unless prevented by illness, death in the family, or court-related matters.
  • Students having more than four absences will be withdrawn
  • Three days late for thirty minutes to 1½ hours will constitute one absence
  • Students who miss more than 1 ½ hours in a school day will be marked absent for the whole day.
  • Parent/Guardian will be contacted by phone when students are marked absent
Transportation: Parent/Guardian must indicate the need for transportation and a bus stop on the Math Academy Enrollment form. Late enrollments may not be guaranteed transportation.

Exact program, pick-up, and drop-off times are available on the Educational Options website or Summer Programs Hotline 443-809-9855.


Special Education: Students enrolled in the Math Academy currently receiving special education services will be provided with classroom testing modifications and accommodations during the summer.

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