Mathematics |

Math II Foundations | 20912X0 |

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**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 0 |

Math I/ Math FDN | 21032X0XR |

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**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 0 |

Math I Foundations | 20902X0 |

This course has been designed to be paired in the same semester with Math I. This is intended for students who struggle in math to offer additional support for Math I. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9 |

**OTHER REQUIREMENTS:** Admin Approval |

Math I | 21092X0 |

This course provides students the opportunity to study concepts of algebra, geometry, functions, number and operations, statistics and modeling throughout the course. These concepts include expressions in the real number system, creating and reasoning with equations and inequalities, interpreting and building simple functions, expressing geometric properties and interpreting categorical and quantitative data. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Teacher recommendation |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9 |

Math I Honors | 21095X0 |

The Honors Math I course will provide the advanced math student with a more in-depth study of the topics in Math I and more opportunities to foster higher-order thinking skills. This course will be more rigorous than a regular Math I course, preparing students for Honors Math II. Students taking this course will take the Math I End of Course Test at the end of this course. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Must have teacher recommendation/ Math I Placement Test |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 9 |

**OTHER REQUIREMENTS:** Teacher Recommendation |

Math II Honors | 22095X0 |

Honors Math II will provide the advanced math student with a more in-depth study of the topics in Math II and opportunities for more theory and advanced applications. This course will be more rigorous than a regular Math II course. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 9-10 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Honors Math I or Teacher Recommendation |

Math II | 22092X0 |

This course continues a progression of the standards established in Math I. In addition to these standards, Math II includes: polynomials, congruence and similarity of figures, trigonometry with triangles, modeling with geometry, probability, making inferences and justifying conclusions. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 21092X0 - Math I |

Math III Honors | 23095X0 |

Honors Math III will provide the advanced math student with a more in-depth study of the topics in Math III and opportunities for proof, theory and advanced applications. This course will be more rigorous than a regular Math III course. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 10-11 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 22095X0 - Math II Honors |

Advanced Functions and Modeling | 24002X0 |

Advanced Functions and Modeling provides students an in-depth study of modeling and applying functions. Recreation, consumer issues and scientific investigations are just a few of the areas from which applications will be drawn. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators and application software, will be used regularly for instruction and assessment. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 23092X0 - Math III |

Advanced Functions and Modeling Honors | 24005X0 |

Honors Advanced Functions and Modeling provides students with an in-depth study of modeling and applying functions. Recreation, consumer issues, and scientific investigations are just a few of the areas from which applications will be drawn. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators and application software, will be used regularly for instruction and assessment. This course will provide a greater emphasis on trigonometry. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Honors Math III or Teacher Recommendation |

Discrete Math | 24012X0 |

Discrete Math introduces students to the mathematics of networks, social choice, and decision-making. Students will have the opportunity to explore such topics as election theory, graph theory, and the use of matrices. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators and application software, will be used regularly. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 23092X0 - Math III |

Discrete Math Honors | 24015X0 |

Honors Discrete Math introduces and develops studentsâ€™ understanding of networks, social choice, and decision-making. Students will have the opportunity to explore such topics as election theory, graph theory, and the use of matrices. This section will provide a greater emphasis on probability and the use of technology. This is a good course to take before AP Statistics. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Math III Honors or Teacher Recommendation . |

AP Statistics | 2A037X0 |

At the college level, students are increasingly required to interpret, utilize, and generate data. AP Statistics follows a syllabus approved by the College Board for a college statistics class. This course introduces students to the major concepts of and tools for collecting, organizing and analyzing data and for drawing conclusions based on data analysis. Students have the opportunity to earn three college credits by achieving the minimum score required by the college or university they plan to attend on the Advanced Placement Exam that is given in May. In order to receive weighted credit, students must take the AP Statistics exam. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Math III Honors or Teacher Recommendation |

Math III | 23092X0 |

This course progresses from the standards learned in Math I and Math II. In addition to these standards. Math III extends to include algebraic concepts such as: the complex number system, inverse functions, trigonometric functions and the unit circle. Math III also includes the geometric concepts of conics and circles. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 22092X0 - Math II |

Essentials for College Math | 24082X0 |

This course emphasizes understanding of math concepts rather than just memorizing procedures. Students learn the context behind the procedure: why to use a certain formula or method to solve a problem, for example. This equips them with higher-order thinking to apply math skills, functions and concepts in different situations. |

**COURSE NOTE:** Not designed to prepare students for college-level math in STEM majors. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 23092X0 - Math III |

AP Calculus AB | 2A007X0 |

AP Calculus AB follows a syllabus approved by the College Board for the first semester of a college calculus class. Topics of study include limits, derivatives and their applications and basic integrals and some of their applications. Students who take this course must either take AP Calculus BC in May, or study independently and take the AP Calculus AB exam given in May in order to get the weighted credit. Students who achieve the minimum score required by the college or university they plan to attend on the AP Calculus AB exam may receive either 3 or 4 hours credit for the first college calculus course. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 2C035X0 - MAT 171 Precalculus Algebra **or** 2C045X0 - MAT 172 Precalculus Trigonometry |

**OTHER REQUIREMENTS:** teacher recommendation |

AP Calculus BC | 2A017X0 |

AP Calculus BC continues the study of calculus following a syllabus approved by the College Board for the second semester of a college calculus class. Topics of study include more advanced forms of integration, indeterminate forms, Taylor Series, and calculus of parametric and polar functions. Students who take this course must take the AP Calculus BC exam given in May in order to receive the weighted credit. Students achieving the minimum score required by the college or university they plan to attend will receive either 6 or 8 hours credit for the first two college calculus courses. Students not reaching this level of achievement may still earn 6 or 8 hours credit for the first two college calculus courses. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 2A007X0 - AP Calculus AB |

**OTHER REQUIREMENTS:** teacher recommendation |