*All students must pass 4 credits of Mathematics to meet the requirements for graduation. This includes Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.

Grade | Courses |
---|---|

7 | Honors Pre-Algebra |

8 | Honors Algebra I |

9 | Honors Algebra I or Honors Geometry |

10 | Honors Algebra II or Honors Geometry |

11 | Honors Pre-Calculus or Honors Algebra II |

12 | AP Calculus AB or Honors Calculus or Statistics or Honors Pre Calculus |

Grade | Courses |
---|---|

9 | Algebra I |

10 | Geometry |

11 | Algebra II |

12 | Pre-Calculus or Statistics or Algebra III |

Grade | Courses |
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9 | Algebra I |

10 | Geometry A (Algebra/Geometry Integrated II additionally by recommendation) |

11 | Algebra IIB |

12 | Quantitative Reasoning or Geometry A (if not taken previously) |

**Course Descriptions**

**Hon Algebra I** 1 year/1 credit (no add on incentive)

Pre-Requisite: Successful completion of Honors Pre Algebra and/or teacher recommendation.

This course is designed for the academically gifted and high-performing student. It is an advanced course in which the student interprets number of operations of arithmetic using symbols, graphing, solving equations, factoring, and using exponents and radicals. A scientific calculator is required.

**CP Algebra I** 1 year/ 1 credit

This is a college preparatory course in which the student interprets number operations of arithmetic using algebraic symbols, graphing, solving equations, factoring, and using exponents and radicals. A scientific calculator is required.

**Tech Algebra I** 1 year / 1 credit

This is a course where the student interprets number operations of arithmetic using algebraic symbols, graphing, solving equations, factoring and using exponents and radicals. This course includes continuous spiral review of math concepts to help the student work toward preparedness for college or a post high school career.

**Hon Geometry** 1 year / 1 credit

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Honors Algebra I in 8th grade with a “C” or better OR Algebra I Collegiate in 9th grade with a teacher recommendation.

This course is designed for the academically gifted and high-performing student. It is an advanced course covering the relationship among elements of space: points, lines and planes. Concepts are learned through intuition and inductive/deductive reasoning. There is a strong emphasis on proof and the development of geometry as an axiomatic system.

**CP Geometry ** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Algebra I

This is a course covering the relationship among the elements of space: points, lines, and planes. Concepts are learned through intuition and inductive/deductive reasoning. There will be an emphasis on discovery, applications of algebraic concepts, and proof.

** Tech Geometry ** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Algebra I

This is a course covering the relationship among the elements of space: points, lines and planes. Concepts are learned through intuition and inductive/deductive reasoning. There will be an emphasis on discovery, applications of algebraic concepts and proof. This course includes continuous spiral review of math concepts to help the student work toward preparedness for college or a post high school career.

**Hon Algebra II**1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Honors Geometry with a “C” or better and/or teacher recommendation.

This course is designed for the academically gifted and high- performing student. It is an advanced course offering an in- depth study of applications of algebra of greater difficulty and variety, curves of second degree and higher, quadratic formula, binomial expansions, systems of equations, factoring, radicals and logarithms. A graphing calculator is required.

**CP Algebra II** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: successful completion of Geometry

This course is a review of Algebra I with applications of greater difficulty and more variety, curves of second degree and higher, radicals, and the quadratic formula, linear programming and polynomials. A graphing calculator is required.

**Tech Algebra II ** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: successful completion of Geometry.

This course is designed for students who are preparing for a two year community college/technical program or preparing for a post high school career. This course is a review of algebra I with applications of greater variety, curves of second degree and higher, radicals, the quadratic formula, and polynomials. A scientific calculator is required or a graphing calculator is recommended.

**CP Algebra III** 1 year / 1 credit Pre-requisite: 12th grade status and successful completion of Alg II or Pre-Calculus.

This course is designed to help prepare the college-bound senior for college level mathematics. Emphasis will be on functions, graphs and trigonometry with a statistical base. A graphing calculator is recommended.

**Tech Quantitative Reasoning** 1 year/1 credit

This course is a further application of the Common Core State Standards. Real world applications will be applied. The course will stress advanced quantitive reasoning topics such as statistics and financial applications. It will use algebra, geometry and discrete mathematics to solve problems.

**Hon Pre-Calculus** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Honors Algebra II with a “C” or better and/or teacher recommendation.

This course is designed for the academically gifted and high- performing student. It is an advanced course covering the trigonometric functions and their applications, logarithms, radian measure, conic sections and their graphs, analytic

proofs of geometric concepts, and sequences and series. A graphing calculator is required.

**CP Pre-Calculus** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Completion of Algebra II with a “C” or better.

This is a high-level math course covering the use of trigonometric functions in relation to vectors and complex numbers, angles in degrees and radian measures, logarithms, graphing, algebraic and analytic proofs, conics, and polar coordinates. A strong background in Algebra II is needed. A graphing calculator is required.

**AP Calculus AB** 1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Pre-Calculus Honors with a “B” or better.

This course is designed for the academically gifted and high- performing student. It is a rigorous course for students with the desire to pursue higher mathematics and other science related fields. Topics will include limits, differentiation and its applications, integration and its applications, transcendental functions and differential equations. Students in this course will take the Advanced Placement Calculus AB exam. A graphing calculator is required.

**CP Statistics**

1 year / 1 credit

Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Pre-Calculus or Algebra II with teacher recommendation.

This course is for students who will be entering a field of study that will require statistics course work. Topics will include descriptive statistics, probability, random variables, binomial and normal probability distributions, tests of hypotheses, regression and correlation, analysis of variables, confidence intervals, data collection and experimental design, and sampling techniques. A graphing calculator is required. *Students are permitted to take Statistics simultaneously with Pre AP Pre Calculus with a teacher recommendation.