2018-2019 Course Catalogue

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The goal of the Mathematics Department is to develop our students’ mathematical understanding so that they may succeed in college and later on in their professions. The curriculum is based on a broad understanding of principles and applications in traditional...

Algebra I is a review of pre-algebra skills and includes the study of various topics in algebra in the context of investigations and problem solving. The topics include linear equations and inequalities, solutions of systems of equations, graphing, data analysis, variation equations, and...

Algebra IB includes the second half of the traditional Algebra I course with additional time for review topics and investigations. The topics include linear equations and inequalities, manipulating algebraic expressions, factoring, solving quadratic equations, graphics, and problem solving.

Geometry provides a thorough introduction to classical Euclidean geometry and emphasizes the deductive reasoning process. The course includes a study of lines, angles, triangles, circles, polygons, solid figures, and how they are related. It uses the concepts of coordinate...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
Honors Geometry covers the topics of geometry in greater depth and includes additional topics from logic, symbolic logic, and transformational geometry.

Algebra II/Trig is a continuation and extension of the skills and concepts developed in Algebra I. It includes a study of real and complex numbers, linear equations and inequalities, factoring and its applications, systems of equations, functions, graphing, rational and...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
Algebra II/Trig Honors includes many of the same topics as Algebra II/Trig but at a deeper level and quicker pace and contains additional proof work and applications of the topics...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
This course is designed for students who have completed Algebra II/Trigonometry. The course provides further study of advanced algebraic concepts and topics including...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
This course is designed for students who have completed Advanced Functions and Trigonometry or Algebra II/Trig (Honors), or who meet placement guidelines to enter after completing...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
Pre-Calculus Honors, designed for students with very strong mathematical ability, is a thorough preparation for college level mathematics courses, including calculus. It focuses...

[Open to seniors.]
This course is sequential to the Pre-Calculus course. Course content includes review of the more challenging and essential topics from Pre-Calculus as well as an introductory study of calculus topics. These topics...

[Honors semester course open to qualified students. Course availability depends upon enrollment and staffing considerations.]
This course covers introductory topics of probability and statistics. Topics from probability...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
This course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students examine five broad conceptual...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
AP Calculus (AB) is equivalent to most first year college calculus courses and prepares the student for the AP Calculus-AB exam, which is required for any student taking...

[Open to students per departmental guidelines and placement.]
AP Calculus (BC) contains all of the topics of AB Calculus and also includes sequences, series, parametric equations, and vector analysis. The course prepares...