Mathematics Course Offerings

Credit: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: 8

Topics covered include foundations for algebra skills, equations, inequalities, functions, linear functions, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents, polynomials, quadratic functions and equations, data analysis and probability.

Grades: 9 (or 8^{th}grade accelerated program)

Credit: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: B or better in previous math course or teacher recommendation

Topics covered include expressions, equations, functions, properties of real numbers, graphing, writing and solving linear equations, functions and inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents and exponential functions, polynomials and factoring, quadratic equations and functions. The following additional topics may also be covered: radicals and geometry connections, rational equations and functions, probability and data analysis.

Credit: 1 Weight Factor 1.5

Prerequisite: Honors Geometry or Geometry

Topics covered include equations and inequalities, linear relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, polynomial, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations and functions, conics, polynomial functions, rational expressions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and data analysis.

Credit: 1 Weight Factor 1.5

Prerequisite: Completion of Geometry with a C- or below

Topics covered include equations and inequalities, liner relations, and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, polynomial, irrational numbers, quadratic equations and functions, conics, polynomial functions, rational expressions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and data analysis. This course is for students who received a grade of C- or below in Geometry.

Algebra II & Trigonometry Honors, 5560

Credit: 1 Weight Factor 1.5

Prerequisite: Honors Geometry with C or better.

This course provides a more rigorous approach to Algebra II. The content of this course includes those topics listed in Algebra II plus the principle of mathematical induction, the circular functions, cosine, sine, tangent, secant, cosecant, and cotangent graphing of these functions, inverses of these functions, and these functions as trigonometric functions.

Credits: 2 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: None

The Algebra Project is a math literacy class that helps students take control of their learning in a non-traditional setting. The curriculum will cover all Algebra I topics. Student-centered activities and lessons are the foundation of the course. Presentations and projects are a requirement for this class. This course is designed to help students that have struggled with mathematics. It is an alternative to taking Pre-Algebra. This class will be taught in a two-period block to meet the guidelines set by the Project’s curriculum.

**Geometry Project/GP Elective, 5410/5420**Grades: 10

Credits: 2 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Algebra Project or Permission from Teacher

The Geometry Project is a continuation of the Algebra Project math literacy class that helps students take control of their learning in a non-traditional setting. The curriculum will cover all Geometry topics. Student-centered activities and lessons are the foundation of the course. Presentations and projects are a requirement for this class. This course is designed to help students that have struggled with mathematics. It is an alternative to taking Geometry. This class will be taught in a two-period block to meet the guidelines set by the Project’s curriculum.

Credits: 2 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Geometry Project or Permission from Teacher

The Algebra II Project is a continuation of the Geometry Project math literacy class that helps students take control of their learning in a non-traditional setting. The curriculum will cover all Algebra II topics. Student-centered activities and lessons are the foundation of the course. Presentations and projects are a requirement for this class. It is an alternative to taking Algebra II. This class will be taught in a two-period block to meet the guidelines set by the Project’s curriculum.

Credits: 2 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Algebra II Project or Permission from Teacher

The Math Analysis Project is a continuation of the Algebra II Project math literacy class that helps students take control of their learning in a non-traditional setting. The curriculum will cover Math Analysis/Pre-Calculus topics. Student-centered activities and lessons are the foundation of the course. Presentations and projects are a requirement for this class. It is an alternative to taking Algebra II. This class will be taught in a two-period block to meet the guidelines set by the Project’s curriculum.

Credits: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Algebra II Honors, Math Analysis/Pre-Calculus or Permission from Teacher

This course includes a study of advanced topics in functions, data analysis, and analytic geometry. The units covered are advanced Algebra, limits and their properties, differentiation, and applications of differentiation. This is a rigorous class that requires participation, projects, and deep understanding of previous math topics. This is the first year of the Advanced Placement Calculus program. A TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is highly recommended.

Credits: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Calculus 1 or Permission from Teacher

This course is a continuation of Calculus 1. The units covered are integration, logarithmic & exponential functions, differential equations, and applications of integration. This is a rigorous class that requires participation, projects, and deep understanding of previous math topics. This is the second year of the Advanced Placement Calculus program and students are expected to take the AP Exam. Passage of the exam is not a requirement to pass the course. A TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is highly recommended.

Credit: 1.0 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Honors Algebra 1 or Algebra 1

Students will review basic algebra, explore the Pythagorean Theorem, areas and perimeter, linear equations, begin writing proofs, explore congruence and similarity of triangles, investigate different styles of proof, basic trigonometric ratios, law of sines and cosines, properties of quadrilaterals, interior and exterior angles of polygons, properties of parallel and perpendicular lines, properties of circles, geometric probability, and surface area and volume.

Credit: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Honors Algebra 1

Honors Geometry implements a more rigorous approach to geometry than the traditional course. It entails theorem deviations, complex applications of geometric concepts, studies in Plane Geometry and advanced deductive reasoning. This class seeks to interrelate Geometry and Algebra.

Credit: 1 Weight Factor 1.5

Prerequisite: Algebra II or Algebra II & Trigonometry Honors

This course studies linear relations, functions, systems of equations, inequalities, the nature of graphs, polynomials, rational functions, conics, exponential, logarithmic functions, sequence, series, probability, statistics, limits, derivatives, and integrals. The student will also learn trigonometric functions and their applications. It involves solving right triangles, proving identities, solving equations, using radian measures and reading trigonometric tables. Circular functions are utilized in the course of study with some work involving inverse trigonometric functions.

Credit: 1 Weight factor: 1.5

Prerequisite: Completion of Algebra II or Algebra II Concepts with a C- or below

This course explores mathematics utilizing investigations, collecting data, using models of real world situations algebraically and geometrically.

Grade(s): 9

Credit: 1 Weight Factor 1.5

Prerequisite: None

The content of this course includes data interpretation, integers, order of operations, arithmetic operations, fractions, percents, formulas, probability, ratio, proportions, algebraic sentences, graphing and solving equations, surface area, area, perimeter, volume, change of rate, exponents, scientific notation, and Pythagorean Theorem.