Secondary

This course is intended to tie the courses of Algebra 1 and Geometry together to provide a backbone for future math courses. Students will practice representing mathematical ideas verbally, numerically, algebraically and graphically. Intense problem solving, critical thinking, and vocabulary-building skills will also be reinforced. Topics studied include linear equations, relations and functions, polynomials, rational  expressions and equations, radicals, quadratic equations, and systems of equations.

Perquisite: Successful completion of Geometry or math equivalent.
CREDIT: 1.0 credit

Algebra I - Offered every year

This course incorporates the study of basic algebraic language. It will provide the foundation for more advanced mathematics and science courses and will develop the skills needed to solve mathematical problems. It stresses both the structure and the development of theoretical and real world problem solving. Topics covered  include order of operations, distributive property, solving equations using properties of equality, graphing inequalities, solving inequalities, ratios and rates, proportions, inductive  reasoning, linear equations, slope of a line, solving a system of equations, exponents, polynomials and solving quadratic equations.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Pre-Algebra or math equivalent.
CREDIT: 1.0 credit (9-12)

This course will provide the foundation for more advanced algebra classes and will teach basic algebraic language. It stresses both the structure and the development of theoretical and real-world problem solving. This course is designed to move through the algebra concepts at a pace that will prepare students for math in the 8th grade.

Algebra I - Offered every year

This course incorporates the study of basic algebraic language. It will provide the foundation for more advanced mathematics and science courses and will develop the skills needed to solve mathematical problems. It stresses both the structure and the development of theoretical and real world problem solving. Topics covered  include order of operations, distributive property, solving equations using properties of equality, graphing inequalities, solving inequalities, ratios and rates, proportions, inductive  reasoning, linear equations, slope of a line, solving a system of equations, exponents, polynomials and solving quadratic equations.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Pre-Algebra or math equivalent.
CREDIT: 1.0 credit (9-12)

Geometry - Offered every year

This course will cover the broad areas of proofs and formulas using an interactive problem-solving approach. Topics include fundamental concepts and patterns, geometric reasoning and proof, parallel and perpendicular lines as they relate to Euclidean Geometry, triangle relationships and triangle congruence, investigating right triangles, exploring quadrilaterals and similarity, an introduction to trigonometry, polygons, surface area, volume and circles.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra 1 or math equivalent
CREDIT: 1.0 credit.

This course is intended to tie the courses of Algebra 1 and Geometry together to provide a backbone for future math courses. Students will practice representing mathematical ideas verbally, numerically, algebraically and graphically. Intense problem solving, critical thinking, and vocabulary-building skills will also be reinforced. Topics studied include linear equations, relations and functions, polynomials, rational  expressions and equations, radicals, quadratic equations, and systems of equations.

Perquisite: Successful completion of Geometry or math equivalent.
CREDIT: 1.0 credit

This is a hands-on algebraic approach to collecting and analyzing data with a focus on communication and interpretation. Projects and writing critically will be incorporated into the course.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra II
CREDIT: .5 credit

Personal Finance (Graduation Requirement Option) - Offered every year

This course will cover topics related to investments, simple interest, present and future values of annuities, consumer credit, the cost of home ownership, financial reports, depreciation, inventory and overhead, revenue and income, stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Students will be expected to have advanced algebra skills for this course.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra 2

CREDIT: 0.5 credit