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Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

Precalculus - ONLINE

Teacher: Jenny Smith (jennyLsmith930@gmail.com) 


Description:  This college preparatory course emphasizes trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits and other topics to prepare for calculus.  The Teacher’s manual and DVD are not required to take this course but certainly could be used to assist in learning, if desired. The week's video based lessons and assignments will be posted at the beginning of each week and will be due a week later. Tests and quizzes will be online.Each week, a live, one hour study session will be offered to give students the opportunity to ask questions and interact in real time. In addition, students will always have the option to send questions via email. The basics and fundamentals learned throughout this class will help prepare you for college.


*Scientific calculator required.


Text:  Math-U-See Precalculus Student Pack (click link for more information)


Copy/Supply fee: $15


Tuition: $490.00 ($49.00 per month for 10 months)


revised 7/27/19

Jenny Smith 

B.S. Biology & Masters in Ed.


I grew up in Bon Air, Virginia. From a young age, I enjoyed school and playing sports, but found a passion playing field hockey with my older sister. I played field hockey at Lynchburg College where I received a B.S. in biology. After graduating, I began working the fast-paced pharmaceutical industry in Philadelphia, but decided to move back to Richmond where I grew up and return to school at VCU for my masters in teaching. Soon after returning, I became reacquainted with Cam, who I met while attending Lynchburg College years prior. Fast forward a few years… We have recently been blessed with two incredible children, June and Brooks. During my teaching tenure in Chesterfield County Schools, I noticed I wanted to empower the students with not only the subject matter I was teaching, but more importantly, responsibility, morals and values.