Pre-Algebra (Regular and Honors)
Pre-Algebra assists students in numerous ways such as mastering introductory algebraic skills, developing a system of organization, and promoting interest and enthusiasm for mathematics. In doing so, the course hopes to prepare students for Algebra I.
Algebra I (Regular and Honors)
Algebra I helps students develop proficiency with arithmetic and algebraic skills, expand understanding of mathematical concepts, improve logical thinking, and promote success and interest in algebraic problem-solving.
Geometry (Regular and Honors)
Geometry seeks to enable students to reason, solve problems, solve proofs, and apply geometric concepts in conjunction with algebraic rules.
Algebra II (Regular and Honors)
Algebra II reviews and expands upon basic concepts of Algebra I, introduces high level concepts involving conics, logarithms, and trigonometry and prepares students for College Algebra & Trigonometry.
College Algebra & Trigonometry (Regular and Honors)
College Algebra & Trigonometry is the last of four math courses required for graduation. It is typically taken during the junior year. The course reinforces and extends the concepts taught in Algebra II and is intended to prepare the student for his next course by reinforcing skills and concepts introduced in Algebra II and provides an introduction to early calculus topics.
Calculus is a semester course offered during the first half of the school year and it seeks to introduce students to the topics covered in a first-year college calculus class but at a difficulty level below that of a college course. Statistics is a semester course offered in the second half of the school year that seeks to introduce students to the topics covered in a college statistics course but at a difficulty level below that of a college course.
AP Statistics introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data and helps students understand the principles of probability. In doing so, the course seeks to prepare students to succeed on the AP Statistics examination.
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus AB introduces students to the limit, derivative, and integral concepts covered in a first-year college calculus course with the overall objective of preparing students for the AP Calculus AB examination.
AP Calculus BC covers all of the material taught in AP Calculus AB and also touches on parametric equations, polar coordinates, vector-valued functions, and infinite sequences and series with the objective of preparing students for the AP Calculus BC examination.
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles is an introductory college-level computing course that introduces students to a wide range of topics in computer science. In the course, students learn to design and evaluate solutions and to apply computer science to solve problems through algorithms and programming with the objective of preparing students for the AP Computer Science Principles examination.
AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science A introduces students to the major concepts of a first-year college computer science programming methodology course through the Java programming language, with the overall objective of preparing the student for the AP Computer Science A exam.
The rare student will complete AP Calculus BC before his senior year and may take Multivariable Calculus. The course extends the single variable concepts learned in AP Calculus to multiple variables. This is an honors but not an AP course as Multivariable Calculus is not currently one of the College Board's AP courses.