Our drop-in schedule has changed for the summer. Drop-in placement tests will be available in the first two weeks of June and July on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 4:00 - 7:00 pm.

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In-Person Summer and Academic Year Courses for Grades 1–12

In advanced math, science, and language arts courses, students find lifelong friends, mentors, and role models as they reach new heights together. Explore our course offerings for grades 1–12.

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ABOUT AOPS ACADEMY

Rigorous Curriculum and an Unforgettable Experience

Since 1993, Art of Problem Solving has prepared hundreds of thousands of motivated students in grades 2–12 for college and career success. Through our innovative approach, students build a problem-solving foundation, an unparalleled skill set that helps them overcome obstacles in school and in life.

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Our Pleasanton Location

We’re right in your neighborhood! Our campus location is at 5200 Franklin Drive, Suite 110, Pleasanton, CA 94588.

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A Problem-Solving Curriculum

Our curriculum is rigorous — it's built to be. If students never feel challenged, they’re not getting to the boundaries of what’s possible. By solving new and complex problems, AoPS students are inspired to expand to their fullest academic potential.

If you’re looking for a challenging, interactive environment where your student will build the skill stack to succeed in school and beyond, you'll find it at AoPS Academy Pleasanton!

Our family regularly talks about AoPS. We try to think about how our life would be different without you all. What if my daughter hadn't learned to love math? What if she never experienced being pushed to her limits? Overcoming failure? She wouldn't be who she is. And she is AWESOME! A very proud mom here. We are so fortunate that we found AoPS Academy. I credit AoPS for much of her confidence.

Kelly B.,

AoPS Academy parent to 16-year-old engineering major at UW and future cancer researcher