SaccoMath Club 2nd Semester

Is a proven program designed to support Creek students in AP, Honors and Accelerated math classes to insure the process of comprehension and performance.

  • Standards lessons -See subject schedule
  • Practice tests
  • Homework help
  • Math Study Room access
  • Club Site access (posted online videos of lessons, homework solution keys, and practice tests.)
  • 30 day SaccoMath Pass: $250 (not available for finals prep)

After registration, you will be sent an online questionnaire for student, class and teacher information. 

SaccoScience Club -Chem Honors 2nd Semester

  • Standards lessons  -Sessions on Sunday or Monday 7:15 pm to 8:45 pm, and Thursday 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Practice tests
  • Club Site access (which includes online videos of lessons and practice tests.)
  •  30 day unlimited SaccoScience Pass: $250 (not available for finals prep)

After registration, you will be sent an online questionnaire for student and teacher information  

Since 2007, Saccomano Academics has helped hundreds of students with our superb math instruction, quality materials, targeted approach to homework, practice tests, and final exam preparation.  Our constant pursuit of finding the best way to teach our students, and help them navigate through the school curriculum  is what has brought such success to our SaccoMath Club Program. 

Our SaccoMath Club Membership Program is for the entire school, and is offered for all AP, Honor and Accelerated Math classes offered at Cherry Creek High School. The program provides a structure and method for the student to most effectively and efficiently work through homework. This proactive approach teaches a consistent practice of study and work ethic that translates into performing well in class and on tests.

SaccoMath Club offers two different times per week to attend the current "standard lesson" for each subject and a seven session finals prep program for each semester final exam. In addition, our members have access to our online "clubsite" with recordings of those lessons, study materials and practice tests. We have open "walk-in" hours for students who need assistance in using our program. The program  allows students that have busy sports schedules to participate even if they aren't able to attend the regular sessions. In addition our vast library of recorded lessons are available for members so they can learn concepts that have been forgotten, or not properly learned in the first place.

I had a high school teacher tell me once to not think about my math education in terms of a list of facts that I will need to use at some point in my life, but rather, mathematics would teach me to think. It was less about the exact algorithms we were learning and more about working out our brains to make them stronger. Making them capable of absorbing more information easily. As a way of “learning how to learn.”  Our hope is that our program transcends into making better and more confident students in all academic disciplines.

~Jason Saccomano