Mathematics Courses
Browse our complete Mathematics course catalog below to find instructor bios, course descriptions, class schedules, and book lists.


PreAlgebra
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
PreAlgebra is a course designed as a bridge between arithmetic and algebra. Students in PreAlgebra will explore skills and concepts essential to building their understanding of basic algebraic methods.



Algebra 1
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
In Algebra 1, students study linear, quadratic, and inverse relationships, including their reallife applications. This course helps students transition from concrete thinking to the implementation and application of relationships that exist between variables.



Geometry
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
In Geometry, students will learn two and threedimensional thinking skills, coordinate and transformational geometry, and the use of geometric models to solve problems.



Algebra 2
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
Algebra 2 builds on the concepts covered in Algebra 1 and Geometry and introduces new topics that will give students the necessary skills to take higherlevel classes in mathematics. Algebra 2 provides the mathematical foundation for many academic careers and applies to a multitude of professions.



PreCalculus & Trigonometry
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
In PreCalculus and Trigonometry, students build upon skills learned in Algebra 2 and Geometry to learn more about different functions and their graphs, trigonometry, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices and determinants, sequences, series, probability, and topics in analytic geometry. This course prepares students for AP® Calculus AB.



Physics (w/ lab)
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 8, 2020
In this course, students will develop a strong foundation in high school level physics through experiments, labs, discussions, lectures, and more. Physics w/ Lab will cover general concepts, such as kinematics, energy, waves, electrostatics, circuits, and magnetic fields.



Calculus AB
TWOSEMESTER COURSE  AUG 19, 2019–MAY 1, 2020
In AP^{®} Calculus AB, students explore the wonder of creation through mathematics. The course stresses both conceptual understanding and fluency in mathematical procedures. Students are challenged not only to get the right results but also to be able to justify their conclusions.

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