PROGRAMS FOR ENRICHMENT
IMACS (Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science)
1609 Fahrpark Court, 63146
Offers both after school and summer programs ranging from math enrichment to university level courses. Stresses creative thinking and reasoning.
Project MEGSSS (Mathematics Education for Gifted Secondary School Students)
2 CityPlace, Suite 200, 63141
Cynthia Hoffman, executive director
Offers year round after school “Elements” program and two summer MathJam program. For “highly talented” students (i.e 95th percentile in testing) and requires teacher/parent nomination.
WashU Math Circle
1 Brookings Drive, Cupples 1, room 100
Allison and Jason Bender, directors
A free seminar style program that meets Sundays 3-4:30 pm. Meant for middle school students. No official enrollment required.
PROGRAM FOR ENRICHMENT & EXTRA HELP
Art of Math
Offers one-on-one tutoring and enrichment sessions covering school math, recreational mathematics and mathematical art projects. Small group sessions may also be arranged. Run by Paul Salomon, JBS Math teacher.
PROGRAMS FOR EXTRA HELP
8859c Ladue Road
Provides math help and tutoring grades 2-12, both for students behind or trying to get ahead. Also offers standardized test prep.
One On One Tutoring Program
2943 South Brentwood Blvd, 63144
Jackie Gross, director, JBS Academic Support teacher
Offers remediation and enrichment for K-college, focusing on the individual needs of each student. Tutors have advanced degrees, teaching experience and training in learning disabilities. Topics include study and organizational skills, all school subjects, and SAT/ACT/SSAT prep.
Free Resources for Extra Study
Online video tutorials and practice sets with answers, searchable by topic.
JBS Web Site
Optional summer work packets (and solutions) for rising Algebra 1 students and rising Calculus students.