The same Fiveable you’ve come to love.
More fun ways to learn and connect.
Flooded with summertime fun. ☀️
College Admissions 🎓
It’s never too early to think about post-secondary education. In fact, college prep should begin your first year of high school.
We’re bringing in expert streamers to break down the strategies and tips for exploring your options and completing your applications.
Whether you are taking your first or tenth AP class next year, we have teachers and former students lined up to prepare you. We’re looking at the foundations of each subject to give you a head start on your school year.
Life Skills 💸
Oftentimes, we’re not taught the essential and practical things we need to know to survive as an adult. At Camp Fiveable, you can learn anything from personal finance to cooking so you are ready to adult. There’s no AP exams on these topics, just real life tests of experience.
Career Exploration 👩🏽⚕️
Thinking about your career after school can be scary. No one knows what they want to do as a teenager!
We’ll showcase special guests from different industries to help show all of the amazing career opportunities that may be available to you.
Intro-To Series 🔍
The school year can go by fast and gloss over topics you want to dig further into. Throughout the summer, we’ll be diving into interesting subjects like photography, virology, government, and more! These series will give you a more in-depth look at your interests without a focus on standardized tests.
Current Events 📰
There’s a whole lot going on in the world and it can be hard to keep up. We’ll be hosting news updates, explaining hot topics, and even analyzing pop culture to connect it to your studies.
Save your spot.
Join us this summer as we go live!
Fiveable’s social learning platform offers live, in-depth group teaching and learning sessions. Fiveable connects students with students, teachers with students, and teachers with teachers through live streamed lessons, interactive discussions, and engaging communities.
In the last year, over 15k AP students have tuned in to learn from AP teachers through live lectures, writing practice, Q&As, and trivia games.