AoPS Academy Princeton Campus
Training Today's Brightest Minds to Solve Tomorrow's Problems
Art of Problem Solving brings its problem-solving teaching methods to local academic centers, with 10 locations in the US and more being added every year.
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After School, Weekend, and Summer Courses for Grades 2–12
Success in school and in life requires critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills. Students build all three in our challenging math and language arts classes.
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A History of Success
Since 2003, AoPS materials have been used by winners of every major math competition as well as students admitted to the best schools in the world.
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Elite Education to Prepare Students for Top-Tier Schools

Feel that your child isn’t challenged enough in their honors courses? AoPS Academy can provide extra enrichment that prepares them for the top colleges in the country.

AoPS got its start over 25 years ago, when AoPS founder Richard Rusczyk started co-writing the original Art of Problem Solving texts while studying at Princeton University. AoPS returns to Princeton with AoPS Academy, through which Richard and his team share the key learning strategies that they and their students have used for nearly three decades to succeed in school and beyond.

AoPS Academy Princeton isn't far from where Richard first started writing math texts! We’re located at 100 Campus Drive, Suite 103, right next to Brunswick Pike and only minutes away from Princeton University.

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We don't "teach to the test." We deliver a full curriculum designed to train students for success well beyond the next test, the next grade, or the next school. Our students develop a deep understanding of the fundamentals, and then extend their skills with challenging problems that teach students how to develop new strategies as needed.

AoPS students have won numerous major competitions over the last two decades (including PUMaC!), and many of our students have attended major universities like Princeton, MIT, Stanford, and (we grudgingly admit) Harvard. If you want your student immersed in a culture of critical thinking and success, you'll find the environment you seek at AoPS Academy Princeton.

My nine-year-old son LOVES his class! The math is inspiring, the teacher has a wonderful sense of humor, and he got to meet other students who love math as much as he does. Amazing job! Thank goodness we found AoPS!
Excited Dad
My younger son is a very active learner and had been completely turned off math by the 'memorize and repeat' work he did before coming to AoPS Academy. He used to fight every teacher on math work. Now he's zipping through the Beast Academy workbooks and online practice. In just a short amount of time with your math program, he’s become a little math guy!
Jean R
My son just took the SAT and got a perfect 800 in math. Thanks, AoPS Academy, for helping him advance his skills!
Thrilled Mom
My son used to feel awful and give up when he got math problems wrong. But it doesn’t seem to bother him this year, and he's developing persistence as he works on hard problems. Thank you for helping kids take on challenges and really shine!
Happy Dad
Many academic centers repeat concepts over and over, but AoPS Academy is different. Their highly qualified instructors teach in much greater depth and get students interested in complex problems. It's a great learning experience in a friendly, fun, and challenging environment.
Sandeep J
My children love AoPS Academy and look forward to class every week. AoPS maintains a high standard with their focus on high-achieving students and selective admissions process. I truly admire the staff's skill at keeping students engaged and challenged.
Sumali S
The staff at AoPS Academy do a great job helping students reach their fullest potential. My children have learned to think logically and creatively through solving tough problems. I'm glad we found this valuable resource!
Usha D
AoPS Academy has a superb curriculum and outstanding teachers. If only we could have experienced math like this when we were young!
Molly and Richard T
Our son loves math and science and really feels at home at AoPs Academy. He's found a community of peers there who value his abilities and he's learned that it's okay to be good at math.
Neil D
Sending my child to AoPS Academy was one of the best decisions I've ever made. His math skills have improved dramatically, and I'm very impressed with everyone who works there. I'd recommend AoPS Academy to any parent wanting to help develop their child's potential.
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Ever since our self-paced Prealgebra 1 course opened in June, we’ve received more than a few questions about when self-paced Prealgebra 2 would be available. After working all summer, we are excited to announce that our new self-paced Prealgebra 2 course will be open for access on August 27!

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AoPS News Update: Self-Paced Prealgebra 2, New Beast Academy Videos, New Alcumus Material, and more

Learn about our upcoming self-paced Algebra 2 course, new Beast Academy Videos and more!

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