All students are required to take four years of math. Each student enrolled in a math class is required to purchase a graphing calculator and bring it with him/her to class (TI-83 or TI-84 minimum). The three-year sequence for math is Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Students who take Geometry in the ninth grade will take Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-calculus. Fourth-year choices include: College Math for essential students; Statistics, Pre-calculus and Honors Pre-calculus, Advanced Pre-calculus, AP Calculus (AB or BC), AP Statistics, Calculus III, and Linear Algebra are for honors students or the highly motivated regular student.
Highly motivated students who have a strong A (for all four quarters) in Algebra I and want to take Calculus as seniors, but who have not taken Geometry as freshmen, may double track taking Geometry High or Honors with Algebra II Honors or ICM as sophomores with teacher approval. The combination must include Algebra II Honors or ICM and Geometry High or Honors.
Please see the Course Description Handbook for a list of our current offerings.