Online High School & Middle School Courses

Vault Prep is offering 6-week supplemental courses to support students impacted by school closures. All courses are taught by experienced teachers, live via Zoom videoconference 3-4 days a week. Browse our course listing below and reserve your seat today.

Course Listing


Pre-Algebra is designed to prepare middle school students for high school Algebra. Topics include integers, fractions, square roots, step equations, linear equations and decimals – and students learn how to solve basic equations using variables.


Algebra 1

Algebra 1 is the foundation of math. Topics include solving and describing diverse equations, linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, exponents and exponential functions, quadratic and polynomial functions, and data analysis.



Geometry is the study of how we measure the earth and space.  Students explore questions of shape, size, relative position of figures, and the properties of space – and apply their understanding through measurement of lines, angles, surfaces, solids and the distance between points.

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Algebra 2/Trigonometry

Students build on their Algebra foundation, comparing commonalities among families of functions including linear, quadratic, polynomial, radical, exponential, logarithmic, rational, and trigonometric functions. 


Integrated Math

This course integrates Algebra and Geometry topics in the context of real world applications, while deepening numerical manipulation and reasoning skills.

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Biology is the study of living organisms. Students learn the basics of how life works from cells to ecology and are introduced to the rigors of the scientific method to gather and analyze reliable data.

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Middle School Life Sciences

This course covers the characteristics of living things, plant and animal cell structures, unicellular and multicellular life, genetics, classification of organisms, the human body, and the structure and function of plants.

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Chemistry is the study of the elements, particles and compounds that comprise matter. Students learn atomic theory, molecular forces, and energy on theoretical and practical levels, and in the process begin to make sense of the world.

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Physics is the study of how the universe works. Topics include motion and forces, conservation of energy and momentum, heat and thermodynamics, sound, light, electricity and magnetism.

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Spanish 1&2

This course covers basic conversations, verbs, grammar, listening, speaking, and writing in Spanish. For more advanced students, language skills are increased through oral communication, reading, and by introducing advanced grammatical concepts.

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Middle School English & Language Arts

This course will help students demonstrate a command of English grammar when writing and speaking. Students fine tune their understanding of the rules of capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and word usage.

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Middle School Reading Comprehension

This course challenges students, through a diverse range of expository passages, to interpret what they're reading and make observations about it, with the goal of preparing them to read at an advanced high school level and beyond.

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Creative Writing

This class explores the basics of poetry and prose. Take cues from both classic and contemporary texts, and develop your own creative practice—from the brainstorming stage through your final edits.

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College Writing

While most high schools teach students to write in response to highly structured prompts, college-level learning requires students to think independently, assess evidence with laser-sharp discernment, and express complex ideas clearly.  This course will take your writing skills to the next level.

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Intro to Psychology

Psychology–the study of the mind–plays a role in virtually every area of study, from economics to fine arts. In this course, you’ll learn about the history and current landscape of this fascinating science.

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Intro to Sociology

What exactly is a society, and how does it function? Sociology seeks to answer these questions. This course will cover the history of this complex and controversial science, and explain how it’s used today in academia and beyond.

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