The mathematics program of study provides students with the strong mathematical knowledge and skills required to pursue higher education, to compete in a technologically oriented workforce, and to be informed citizens. Students will gain an understanding of fundamental ideas in arithmetic, measurement, geometry, probability, data analysis and statistics, algebra and functions, as well as develop proficiency in mathematics skills.
Graphing utilities, spreadsheets, calculators, computers, and other forms of electronic information technology are now standard tools for mathematical problem solving in science, engineering, business, and industry, government, and everyday living. Hence, the use of technology must be an integral part of teaching and learning. However, competence in the use of technology shall not be regarded as a substitute for a student’s understanding of quantitative concepts and relationships or for proficiency in basic computations.
The content of the mathematics program is intended to support the following five goals for students: (1) becoming mathematical problem-solvers, (2) communicating mathematically, (3) reasoning mathematically, (4) making mathematical connections, and (5) using mathematical representations to model and interpret practical situations.
- Math for Personal Finance
- Algebra Foundations
- Algebra IA
- Algebra IB
- Algebra I
- Geometry A
- Geometry B
- Algebra II
- Algebra Functions & Data Analysis
- Trig/Probability & Statistics
- Math Analysis
- Probability & Statistics
- Advanced Placement Statistics
- Advanced Placement Calculus
- Computer Math
- Computer Science
- Advanced Placement Computer Science
- SAT Preparation