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AP Calculus (BC)

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Prerequisite:  B- average in AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC is a course based on the content established and copyrighted by the College Board. The course is not intended to be used as a dual credit course. AP Calculus BC is roughly equivalent to both first and second semester college calculus courses and extends the content learned in AP Calculus AB to different types of equations and introduces the topic of sequences and series. This course covers topics in differential and integral calculus, including concepts and skills of limits, derivatives, definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and series. The course teaches students to approach calculus concepts and problems when they are represented graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally, and to make connections amongst these representations. Students learn how to use technology to help solve problems, experiment, interpret results, and support conclusions. All students enrolled in this course will take the AP Calculus (BC) Exam.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Algebra I Lab

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Algebra I Lab is a mathematics support course for Algebra I.  The course provides students with additional time to build the foundations necessary for high school math courses, while concurrently having access to rigorous, grade-level appropriate courses.  The five critical areas of Algebra I Lab align with the critical areas of Algebra I:  relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations; linear and exponential relationships; descriptive statistics; expressions and equations; and quadratic functions and modeling.  However, whereas Algebra I contains exclusively grade-level content, Algebra I Lab combines standards from high school courses with foundational standards from the middle grades.  This course counts as a mathematics course for the General Diploma only or as an elective for the Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors Diplomas.  A student taking Algebra I Lab should also be enrolled in Algebra I during the same academic year.

A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Algebra I

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

This course develops traditional principles such as:  solving equations and inequalities, performing operations with real numbers and polynomials, working with integer exponents and factoring polynomials, doing exercises with relations and functions, graphing linear equations and inequalities, graphing and algebraically solving linear systems, solving quadratic equations, and introducing topics from probability and statistics. 

A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Algebra I (1 & 2)

1 Semester, 2 Credits

This course is designed for those students who did not receive a C- average or better in Algebra I.  This course will meet everyday.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Honors Algebra I

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Prerequisites:  A Basic Skills Math Grade Equivalent of at least 10.0, a Quantitative Standard Score of at least 600, and a Language Grade equivalent of at least 9.0 on the High School Placement Test.

Honors Algebra I covers the same topics as in Algebra I, but with more emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking skills in order to challenge the mathematically talented student.  Projects are incorporated into the lessons for the purpose of applying the mathematical concepts.   A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Geometry

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Prerequisites: C- or better in Algebra I; Freshman enrollment based on a passing score on the Algebra I Proficiency test given in June. 

The purpose of Geometry is to use logical thought processes to develop spatial skills.  Students work with figures in one, two and three-dimensional Euclidean space. The interrelationships of the properties of figures are studied through visualization, using computer drawing programs and constructions, as well as through formal proof and algebraic applications. A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Geometry (1 & 2)

1 Semester, 2 Credits

This course is designed to follow Algebra I (1 & 2).  The entire year of Geometry will be covered in the spring semester.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Honors Geometry

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Prerequisites:  B- or better in Honors Algebra I or A- in Algebra I; Freshman or Junior High enrollment is based on results of the Algebra I proficiency test.

This course covers the same topics as Geometry, but with greater emphasis on complex direct deductive proof and indirect proof and on utilization of more advanced algebraic techniques.  Content is extended to include topics such as analytic geometry and the interrelationships of inscribed polyhedra.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Algebra II

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

This course further develops the topics learned in Algebra I with extensive work on learning to graph equations and inequalities in the Cartesian coordinate system.  Topics include:  relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, conic sections, polynomials, algebraic fractions, logarithmic and exponential functions, sequences and series, and counting principles and probability.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

Honors Algebra II

2 Semesters, 2 Credits

Prerequisites:  B- or better in Honors Geometry or A- in Geometry; Freshman enrollment is based on results of the Geometry proficiency test.

This course expands and develops the topics learned in Honors Algebra I.  Content areas include the topics listed for Algebra II with greater emphasis on preparation for upper level mathematics content.  The course is required for students who plan to take AP Calculus, and it is recommended that this course be taken at the same time as Honors Geometry unless Honors Geometry was taken as a freshman.  A TI-84+ GRAPHING CALCULATOR IS NEEDED.

 

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