Prerequisite: None

This is the traditional Algebra I course which develops basic skills in fundamental algebraic operations and problem solving.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I

This course introduces the student to inductive and deductive reasoning by way of simple proofs. Topics covered include parallel lines, congruent triangles, parallelograms, similar polygons, the circle, areas and volumes, and coordinate geometry. Emphasis is placed on right triangle relationships, including basic trigonometry.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I and Department Approval

This course begins with points, lines, planes, and other basic concepts and proceeds rapidly to formal proofs. Students cover the usual topics of geometry in much more depth and are expected to prove most theorems. Three-dimensional figures are used extensively and students are expected to complete numerous deductive proofs. Students are routinely assigned problems that require them to combine multiple concepts to find a solution. If the semester average is below an 80, a student will be moved to a college prep level class.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I and teacher recommendation

This course introduces the student to inductive and deductive reasoning. Topics covered include parallel lines, congruent triangles, parallelograms, similar polygons, the circle, areas and volumes and coordinate geometry. Emphasis is placed on right triangle relationships, including basic trigonometry. Students in the fundamental class will move at a slightly slower pace, along with increased drill and practice. Problem sets will be focused on building competency in the core material.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I and Geometry

Math model students will review and strengthen their algebra and geometry skills. Students will use algebraic, graphical, and geometric reasoning, and technology to solve problems for various real-life problems involving money, data, chance, patterns, science and statistics.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I and Geometry

The students will develop skills involving algebraic operations and problem solving with an emphasis on transformation of functions. Topics include a further study of equations, inequalities, functions and relations, systems of equations, rational, irrational and complex numbers, operations on polynomials and an introduction to logarithms. Additional topics covered include irrational functions, sequences and series, counting principles, and probability.

Prerequisite: Completion of Geometry Pre AP (minimum cumulative average of 80) with department approval or Geometry (minimum cumulative average of 90) with department approval.

The student is expected to master skills involving algebraic operations and problem solving. Emphasis is given to modeling real-world situations and transformation of functions. Topics include a further study of equations, inequalities, functions and relations, system of equations, the complex number system, operations on polynomials and an introduction to logarithms. Additional topics covered include irrational functions, sequences and series, counting principles, and probability. If the semester average is below an 80, a student will be moved to a college prep level class.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra I, Geometry, Math Models, and teacher recommendation

Students in this section will review and strengthen their algebra skills. Students will further develop skills involving algebraic operations and problem solving with an emphasis on transformation of functions. Topics include a further study of equations, inequalities, functions and relations, systems of equations, rational, irrational and complex numbers, operations on polynomials and an introduction to logarithms. Additional topics covered may include irrational functions, sequences and series, counting principles and probability.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra II (minimum cumulative average of 86) with department approval or Geometry (minimum cumulative average of 86) and with a positive teacher recommendation.

This course will cover the real number system, trigonometric functions, vectors, polynomials, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, conic sections and an introduction to statistics. The prerequisites are a positive teacher recommendation and a minimum grade average of 86 in both semesters of Geometry and Algebra II. A 50th percentile minimum PSAT math score is strongly recommended.

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra II Pre-AP and Geometry Pre-AP (minimum cumulative averages of 80 for each course) and with department approval or completion of Geometry and Algebra II (minimum cumulative of 90 for each course) and with department approval.

This course is designed for the student who has been successful in both Geometry and Algebra. It includes a full semester of trigonometric and circular functions, including formal proof of identities, graphing, and solving trigonometric equations. Vectors are also covered from a mathematical standpoint. Second semester topics include complex numbers, polar coordinates, transformations of functions, rational and polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications, sequences, and series.If the semester average is below an 80, a student will be moved to a college prep level class.

Prerequisite: Completion of Pre-Calculus or Pre- Calculus Pre-AP

This course is designed to introduce the college-bound student to differential and integral calculus. Successful completion of this course will give the student a head start in a college calculus course. The student will be introduced to limits, continually, the derivative, and related topics. The graphical interpretation of the derivative is emphasized and the definite integral is associated with the sum of the areas of the regions enclosed above the x-axis and the negative of the areas below the x-axis. This course incorporates review and repetition which promotes retention of the material.

Prerequisite: Completion of Pre-Calculus Pre-AP (minimum cumulative average of 85) with department approval or completion of Pre-Calculus (minimum cumulative average of 95) with department approval. High PSAT math score recommended.

This is a university level course which covers the AB Calculus syllabus of the AP Program. The course is equivalent to one semester of college calculus. The syllabus covers topics in differential and integral calculus including limits, continuity, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals and their applications. Students will be taught and tested to prepare them to take the Advanced Placement AB Calculus exam in May. Students are strongly encouraged to take the AP exam.If the semester average is below an 80, a student will be moved to a college prep level class.

Prerequisite: Completion of Pre-Calculus Pre-AP (minimum cumulative average of 90) with department approval or completion of Pre-Calculus (minimum cumulative average of 99) with department approval. High PSAT math score recommended

This is a university level course which covers the AB Calculus syllabus of the AP Program. The course is equivalent to two semesters of college calculus. The syllabus covers all topics from AB Calculus (differential and integral calculus including limits, continuity, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals and their applications). In addition, BC Calculus includes logistic growth, parametric, vector, and polar functions and sequences and series, including Taylor Polynomials and Taylor Series. Students will be taught and tested to prepare them to take the Advanced Placement BC Calculus exam in May. Students are strongly encouraged to take the AP exam.If the semester average is below an 80, a student will be moved to a college prep level class.