Distance Calculus Program

The Prospective Student Meeting for the 2014-15 school year is on Tuesday, April 22nd, at 7pm. To see the current list of host sites, please click here. A recording of this meeting will also be available shortly after April 22nd.

The Distance Calculus Program allows advanced mathematics students at Georgia public high schools in our local partner districts to complete Georgia Tech Math 1502 and 2401 (Calculus II & III). Upon successful completion of these courses, the student will receive Georgia Tech credit. An official transcript will be available from the Office of the Registrar.

New School Partnerships
If your Georgia public high school is not a participant, but is interested in joining, please have a school official contact Ashley Brooks and Marion Usselman to learn more.

Competitive Admission
Admission to the Distance Calculus Program is a competitive review process, as we have more qualified applicants for the program than space available. Please note that meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. Additionally, registration for the course in your high school does not guarantee admission to the program. Applicants to the program will be evaluated according to a holistic review process, and we will consider a student's overall mathematics performance when making our admission decisions.

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