Agile Mind’s advanced mathematics programs in Precalculus, AP Calculus, and AP Statistics are a key part of our commitment to equity and high achievement for all students, including those who will pursue careers in STEM.

Experience the Power


Agile Mind Precalculus deepens students’ understanding of the behavior of functional relationships and builds conceptual knowledge and skills essential to success in advanced mathematics and college coursework.

Calculus AB

Calculus AB supports the College Board AP® syllabus and emphasizes algebraic, numerical, and graphical representations. Students are thoroughly prepared to successfully complete the course and score a 4 or 5 on the exam. This enables them to secure early credit for college.


The art and science of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data helps shape the future. This college-level course is designed to prepare a broad cross-section of students for success on the College Board’s AP® Statistics exam and in college, with a thorough grounding in major themes.

Supporting AP Success

Our advanced mathematics courses are designed by AP experts to support both new and experienced AP teachers with:

  • Comprehensive scope and sequences aligned to the College Board syllabi that provide the information you need to effectively manage your instructional calendar
  • Complete instructional materials for every day of class, including animations and simulations to help students visualize core concepts
  • AP-style multiple choice practice exams and free response questions authored by members of the College Board test development committee

Nationally respected authors

Our advanced math programs are developed in collaboration with the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin and leaders in the AP community.


Comprehensive teacher support

Daily, job-embedded supports for teachers enable flexible lessons, with tools and guidance to engage a whole class, small groups, and individual students.


“I can tell there is learning happening because the students are digging deeper. My students are stretched to a higher level. They come back from taking the AP exam and say, ‘Those questions were easier than what we do in class,’ and that’s the way I want it.”

AP Calculus Teacher and Mathematics Department Chair, TX