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Algebra I (H)
This course provides an intensive study of the structure of algebra through the field properties of the real number system.
Algebra I (A)
This course emphasizes the structure of the real number system and the techniques of algebra as a reflection of this structure.
Algebra I (B)
This algebra course begins informally, giving students the opportunity to strengthen fundamental skills and concepts.
This course develops geometry as a mathematical system. A vigorous approach to deductive reasoning is included. Symbolic logic is studied.
This course is a study of points, lines, and planes in space. The course specializes in the use of deduction, induction, and formal proof.
This course develops geometry more informally using inductive reasoning. A hands on approach is used.
Algebra II (H)
A more intensive study of the topics described in Algebra II is made. Greater emphasis is placed on theory and more challenging problems.
Algebra II (A)
This course is an extended study of basic concepts, skills, and application of algebra through the development of a mathematical system and the examination of the real and complex numbers.
Algebra II (A3)
This course is designed to study the concepts and applications of second year algebra in less depth than a traditional algebra II course.
The advanced mathematics course is designed for students with above average mathematical ability and motivation. The three main areas of study will be Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, and an introduction to Calculus.
Trigonometry/Analytic Geometry (A)
This course covers the 6 trigonometric functions, inverse functions, graphing, solving triangles and other topics in trig and analytic geometry.
This full-year course in Trigonometry will include a thorough study of the Trig functions and their application to problem solving.
This standard one-year course in the calculus of one variable develops the topics of functions, and limits, differentiation, integration, and special functions.
This Advanced Placement Course will cover the first two semesters of a typical college Calculus course. It will prepare students for the AP Calculus AB test. The topics of limits, differentiation, and integration using polynomial, rational, radical, logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions will be studied in depth.
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