## Math

Algebra
1A and Algebra 1B #3102

Grades 9 - 12 Credit: 2

1 elective credit for Algebra 1A, math credit for
Algebra 1B.

Prerequisite: Algebra 1A is a prerequisite for
Algebra 1B unless test scores indicate exception.

Algebra 1A will be offered in the fall semester,
and will count as 1 elective credit. This is the study of algebraic
expressions, equations and inequalities involving integers,
rational expressions, graphing, linear equations, rational and
irrational numbers. Algebra 1B will be offered in the spring
semester and is normally taught by the same teacher students had
for Algebra 1A. Algebra 1B is a continuation of Algebra 1A and will
include factoring of polynomials, radical expressions, quadratics,
and an introduction to trigonometry. All students must pass a
standardized test administered at the end of the course in order to
receive a high school diploma.

Honors Algebra 1A and 1B #3102-2

Grade 9 Credits: 2

1
elective credit for Honors Algebra 1A, 1 math credit for honors
Algebra 1B.

All of the topics covered in Algebra 1A and Algebra
1B will be covered, but in greater depth. Additional enrichment
activities will be included as well. Honors Algebra 1A will be
taught in the first semester and Honors Algebra 1B will be taught
in the second semester. All students must pass a standardized test
administered at the end of the course in order to receive a high
school diploma.

Algebra 1A and 1B (Technical) #3123

Grades 9-12 Credits: 2

1
elective credit for Algebra 1A, 1 math credit for
Algebra 1B.

All the topics covered in Algebra 1B will be
covered, but in greater depth. This course is the study of algebra
abstract concepts in applied relationships. It includes the entire
course Curriculum in Algebra 1 Creative problem solving and
practical application instruction in the use of calculators,
computers and other technical equipment is emphasized. Technical
Algebra students must pass a standardize test administered at the
end of the course in order to receive a high school diploma.

Geometry (Technical) #3122

Grades 10-12 Credit: 1

Technical Geometry incorporates the same core
geometric concepts required in a standard geometry course but
includes additional topics that focus on technical applications.
These concepts will be taught using practical applications in a
contextual style of teaching, including labs and projects. The
structure of the course will include teaching groups of skills and
concepts followed by their incorporation in a real world
application and setting. End of course testing in mandated for the
class of 2013.

Algebra 2 #3103

Grades 10-12 Credit: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B and instructor
approval

This course includes solving systems of equations
and inequalities, matrices, radical and rational expressions,
graphing conics, polynomial functions, probability, exponential and
logarithmic functions, sequences and trigonometric functions. End
of course testing is mandated for the class of 2013.

Algebra 2A & 2B #3103-3

Grades 10-12 Credit: 2

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B

Algebra 2A will be offered in the fall
semester, and will count as 1 elective credit. Algebra 2B will be offered
in the spring semester and is normally taught by the same teacher
students had for Algebra 2A. Algebra 2B is a continuation of
Algebra 2A. This course includes solving systems of equations and
inequalities, matrices, radical and rational expressions, graphing
conics, polynomial functions, probability, exponential and
logarithmic functions, sequences and trigonometric functions. End
of course testing is mandated for the class of 2013.

Honors Algebra 2 #3103-2

Grades 10-12 Credit: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B or Technical Algebra

All of the topics covered in Algebra 2 are covered,
as well as additional topics such as circular functions, complex
numbers, and vectors. This course in much more rigorous and faced
paced than Algebra 2. End of course testing is mandated for the
class of 2013.

Geometry #3108

Grades 10-12 Credit:1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B or Technical Algebra

Unified Geometry consist of both plane and solid
geometry. The course includes a study of points, lines, and planes
and their relationships. Emphasis is placed on geometric skills,
and the application of geometric concepts to life situations. End
of course testing is mandated for the class of 2013.

Honors Geometry # 3108-2

Grades 10-12 Credit: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B or Technical Algebra

All of the topics covered in Unified Geometry are
discussed in this course, but in much greater depth. In addition to
learning geometric concepts and their applications, emphasis is
placed on geometric proofs to improve reasoning skills and abstract
thinking. End of course testing is mandated for the class of
2013.

Honors Advanced Algebra & Trig #3124-1

Grades 11-12 Credit: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1B or Technical Algebra,
Algebra 2, and geometry

Honors Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry is a
comprehensive course designed to prepare students for higher
mathematics. This course includes topics from probability and
statistics, trigonometry, analytic geometry, and advanced
algebra.

Dual Honors Pre-Calculus #3126-1

Grades 11-12 Credit: 1 high school credit and 4
semester hours of college credit

Prerequisite: Advanced Algebra &
Trigonometry

This course consists of the study of linear,
quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions,
sequences and series, the conic sections, an an introduction to
calculus. Students must meet the current guidelines on the ACT test
(22) to take the course for college credit.

Dual Honors Calculus 1 #3113-1

Dual Honors Calculus 2 # 3113-2

Grade: 12 Credit: 2 high school credits and 8
semester hours of college credit

Prerequisite: All math classes Algebra 2 and
above

Calculus 1 and 2 deals with the study of limits,
derivatives, applications of derivatives, integrals, applications
of definite integrals, logarithmic, exponential, hyperbolic, and
trigonometric functions, improper integrals, infinite series, and
analytic geometry. A student has the option to take Calculus 1 and
2 for 8 semester hours of college credit in addition to the 2 high
school credits. Students must meet the concurrent guidelines on the
ACT test (26) to take the course for college credit.

AP/Dual Honors Statistics #3136

Grades 11-12 Credit: 1 high school credit and 3
semester hours of college credit

Prerequisite: Algebra 2 & Geometry

Dual statistics is an introduction to probability
and statistics without calculus. Topics covered include sampling,
frequency distribution, elementary probability, hypotheses testing,
linear regression and correlation, analysis of variance and
non-parametric statistics. Students must meet the guidelines on the
ACT Test to take the course for college credit.