INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1 CREDIT: 1.00
The course enables students to solve equations routinely and confidently. The course introduces numerous new methods and strategies for solving problems including: number theory, percent calculation, functions, graphs and systems, radicals, probability and basic geometry topics. The pace of the work is significantly influenced and determined by the students’ response and achievements.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Open to grade(s): 9 Co-enrollment: None
ALGEBRA 1 REGULAR CREDIT: 1.00
Algebra 1 Regular is the study of major topics in modern elementary Algebra: number theory, linear equations, inequalities, graphs, polynomials, radicals, and quadratic equations.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): None Open to grade(s): 9 Co-enrollment: None
INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 2 CREDIT: 1.00
This course is an extension of Integrated Mathematics 1. It is designed to review and enrich the topics of algebra and geometry while introducing new concepts and theorems. The following topics are covered: equations, functions and their graphs, statistics and probability and more topics from geometry. Through an interactive approach, students adopt numerous new math concepts and develop problem-solving skills.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): Integrated Mathematics 1 Open to grade(s): 10 Co-enrollment: None
ALGEBRA 2 REGULAR CREDIT: 1.00
Algebra 2 Regular is designed to continue the studies of Algebra 1 Regular and to provide a foundation for applying these skills to other mathematical and scientific fields. Topics included are: number theory, quadratic equations, polynomials, rational expressions, systems of equations, exponents and logarithms, and complex numbers.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): ALGEBRA I REGULAR Open to grade(s): 10,11 Co-enrollment: None
AP CALCULUS AB/BC CREDIT: 1.00
This is a rigorous first-level college course designed to prepare students for further mathematical studies. Topics included are limits, differentiation, application of differentiation, integration, applications / techniques of integration, logarithms, and exponential and other transcendental functions.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): AP Statistics Open to grade(s): 11,12 Co-enrollment: Pre-Calculus and passing an entrance exam
AP STATISTICS CREDIT: 1.00
This is a course in probability and statistics. The study of experimental design, measuring techniques, predictions, data analysis, and interpretations enable students to become more critical of statistical data. This course prepares students for the Advanced Placement Statistics test.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): Algebra 2 and passing an entrance exam Open to grade(s): 10,11, 12 Co-enrollment: Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus
GEOMETRY REGULAR CREDIT: 1.00
Geometry Regular is designed to emphasize critical thinking involved in the discovery of relationships. Proofs are an integral part of this course. Topics included are: points, lines, planes and angles, triangles, polygons, circles, areas of plain figure, as well as solids and volumes of solids and coordinate geometry.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): Algebra 2 Regular Open to grade(s): 12 Co-enrollment: None
GEOMETRY HONORS CREDIT: 1.00
This course is designed to give a rigorous in-depth study of geometry with an emphasis on methods of proof and the formal language of mathematics. Topics included in this course are lines, planes, angles, triangles, polygons, cubes, areas and volumes.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): Math placement exam Open to grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12 Co-enrollment: None
PRE-CALCULUS REGULAR CREDIT: 1.00
This course is designed to wrap-up the regular high school education in mathematics. The first semester is an in-depth review and extension of the topics first introduced in Algebra 2 (number theory, analytic geometry, polynomial functions, graphs, and complex numbers). The second semester is an in-depth study of the topics in the field of trigonometry (trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, applications of trigonometry).
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): ALGEBRA 2 REGULAR Open to grade(s): 11, 12 Co-enrollment: AP Statistics
PRE-CALCULUS HONORS CREDIT: 1.00
This course is designed to prepare students for Calculus and give a non-traditional, intuitive, graphing-calculator approach to the topics covered with an emphasis on integration of technology, problem-solving, multiple representations, exploration, geometric transformations, foreshadowing calculus, approximating answers and the power of visualization. Topics included are: number theory, analytic geometry, polynomial functions, graphs, complex numbers, trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, applications of trigonometry, matrices and vectors.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): ALGEBRA II HONORS and Teacher Approval Open to grade(s): 11, 12 Co-enrollment: AP Statistics
ALGEBRA 2 HONORS CREDIT: 1.00
This course is a rigorous, in-depth study, review, and extension of the major topics of Algebra 1 with emphasis on theory and formula development. Topics covered include: number theory, linear equations/inequalities, graphs, polynomials, radicals, quadratic equations, conic sections, logarithms, and introductory trigonometry.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 20 Pre-requisite(s): GEOMETRY HONORS Open to grade(s): 10,11 Co-enrollment: None
INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 3 CREDIT: 1.00
This course is a continuation of the Integrated Mathematics 1 & 2 courses. While the pace is influenced by the students’ abilities, this course introduces basics of the fundamental ideas of higher mathematics: probability and statistics, trigonometric functions, analytic geometry and mathematical logic. The curriculum is based on the IB Mathematical Studies SL curriculum.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): Integrated Mathematics 2 Open to grade(s): 11 Co-enrollment: None
INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 4 CREDIT: 1.00
This course is designed as a wrap-up course of the basic topics and skills of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, probability, statistics and introductory differential calculus. The curriculum is based on the IB Mathematical Studies SL curriculum.
Restrictions: Class estimate: 15 Pre-requisite(s): Integrated Mathematics 3 Open to grade(s): 12 Co-enrollment: None
AP CALCULUS AB / BC CREDIT: 1.00
This is a rigorous introductory-level college course designed to prepare students for further mathematical studies. Topics included are: limits, differentiation, and application of differentiation, integration, applications/techniques of integration, logarithms, and exponential and other transcendental functions.
Restrictions: Class estimate:15 Pre-requisite(s): PRE-CALCULUS Open to grade(s): 11, 12 Co-enrollment: AP Statistics
AP STATISTICS CREDIT: 1.00
This is an introductory-level college course in statistics and probability. Through the study of experimental design, measuring techniques, predictions, data analysis, statistical inference and interpretations students become acquainted in numeracy relevant to the 21st-century society
Restrictions: Class estimate:15 Pre-requisite(s): PRE-CALCULUS Open to grade(s): 10,11, 12 Co-enrollment: Pre-calculus, AP Calculus