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Utilizing an innovative math curriculum, students master concepts in subject areas such as algebra, geometry and advanced math. This interactive format is challenging, engaging and exceeds the most demanding academic expectations.

COURSE CATALOG

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Students in Algebra 1A begin by looking at the relationships between quantities, and by reasoning with equations. Students have the opportunity to see how the knowledge they learned in middle school math can be applied specifically to linear equations, inequalities and systems.

Suggested grade level: 9
Prerequisites: None

Students in Algebra1B begin by exploring quadratic equations and quadratic functions, and then move on to factoring expressions. Next, they work on exponential functions and their graphs. Students conclude the course by looking at functions that fall into other categories.

Suggested grade level: 9
Prerequisites: Algebra 1A

The content in each lesson of Geometry A is interwoven in a story-telling style with the adventures of Geomethor, a superhero who strives to save his world using Geometry. Students explore congruence, proofs and constructions in the first three units before they continue on to study similarity, additional proofs and trigonometry in the next two units. Students conclude their studies by extending to the third dimension.

Suggested grade level: 10
Prerequisites: Algebra 1A & Algebra 1B

The lessons in Geometry B are all written in a story-telling style following the adventures of Hypatia, a hero of Geometry, as she helps save her world through the use of Geometry. Students will explore connections between algebra and geometry, through coordinates, circles with and without coordinates, and applications of probability.

Suggested grade level: 10
Prerequisites: Geometry A

Algebra 2A is an advanced course in mathematics. It gives students the opportunity to further their skills in the areas of interpreting and evaluating algebraic expressions.

Suggested grade level: 11
Prerequisites: Algebra 1 & Geometry

Algebra 2B completes the studies of high school algebra and prepares students to advance to trigonometry, pre-calculus and beyond. This course provides the opportunity for students to develop and strengthen skills to read and evaluate algebraic expressions.

Suggested grade level: 11
Prerequisites: Algebra 2A & Geometry

Practical Math & Life Skills provides the mathematical tools students use to move toward in becoming financially literate. Students explore the realities of earning money, deductions on income, selecting accounts and making large purchases, such as buying a car or a home.

Suggested grade level: 11
Prerequisites: Algebra 1 & Geometry

This course concentrates on business-related skills that require mathematics. As students practice calculations, find percentages, solve unknowns in equations, use spreadsheets and work with exponents, they learn about the ins and outs of running a business.

Suggested grade level: 11
Prerequisites: Algebra 1 & Geometry

Trigonometry can be thought of as a specialized study of Geometry. Focusing on the study of triangles, angles and trigonometric functions, it provides students with experience in advanced mathematic concepts. From a practical point of view, students see how measurements and formulas shed light on everyday life.

Suggested grade level: 12
Prerequisites: Algebra 2B

Pre-calculus covers functions and their graphs, equations and inequalities, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series and analytic geometry. This course assists the student in making the transition to college level mathematics.

Suggested grade level: 12
Prerequisites: Algebra 2B

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