Algebra I – Topics covered include linear and second degree functions, real numbers, and graphs, with real life examples.
Algebra II – A survey of algebra and trigonometry with emphasis on functions, relations, polynomials, probability, statistics, sequences and series. Algebra II is designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra I with a grade level of at least a C-.
Geometry – The study of points and space will be explored with triangles, parallelograms and two column proofs. Logical sequence, deductive reasoning, and investigation will organize this class. Geometry is for students who have successfully completed Algebra I.
Survey of Math - Designed to solidify, extend and deepen understanding of the mathematical concepts introduced in previous high school math courses. This includes arithmetic, algebra and geometry. In addition, students are introduced to basic statistics, probability and personal finance. This course sets the foundation for higher-level math classes in high school and beyond.
Pre-Calculus – A study of the algebraic foundation of calculus. Topics will include functions, graphs, analytic geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics and limits. This class is intended for students who have completed Algebra II,Geometry and Survey of Math achieving a grade of B or higher in previous classes.