1 Credit

This slower-paced course is designed for students who have shown in their mathematics background or achievement a need for extra attention. It will integrate topics from algebra and geometry such as elementary algebra, functions, basic concepts of statistics, and high school geometry (area, perimeter, volume, surface area, and polygons). Problem solving will be emphasized in all areas. The Algebra I (Common Core) Regents exam will be given in June of the freshmen year. This course will include a lab component.

No Credit

The lab component is designed as an extension of the Algebra I course for students who have shown in their mathematics background or achievement a need for extra attention. It focuses on enriching Algebra I concepts by designing lessons and activities to increase procedural fluency, problem solving skills, and comprehension of material likely to appear on the Algebra I (Common Core) Regents exam taken in June.

* Prerequisite: Department recommendation *

1 Credit

Designed for students of average to above average ability in mathematics, this course is the first step in the Math curriculum. It will integrate topics from algebra and geometry such as elementary algebra, functions, basic concepts of statistics, and high school geometry (area, perimeter, volume, surface area, and polygons). Problem solving will be emphasized in all areas. The Algebra I (Common Core) Regents exam will be given in June of the freshmen year.

*Prerequisite: Department recommendation*

1 Credit

This slower-paced formalizes what students have previously learned about geometry, with a focus on reasoning and making mathematical arguments. It will include the study of Euclidean and analytic geometry, along with the geometry skills needed for standardized test questions. Students may (but are not required to) challenge the Geometry (Common Core) Regents exam in June.

1 Credit

This course is the second step in the mathematics curriculum. It is designed for those students who have successfully completed Algebra I Honors. This course will build on topics covered in Algebra I Honors and extend those topics to provide a more in-depth study of Euclidean and analytic geometry. The Geometry (Common Core) Regents exam will be given in June.

*Prerequisite: Department recommendation*

1 Credit

An accelerated course that covers the topics presented in Geometry A and additional

enrichment topics. The Geometry (Common Core) Regents Exam will be given in June.

Prerequisite: Department recommendation

1 Credit

This slower-paced course is designed for students to enhance the skills learned in Algebra I and Geometry. Students will extend their understanding of the real number system to the complex number system, as well as detailing functions, transformation geometry, trigonometry, probability, and statistics. Students may (but are not required to) challenge the Algebra II (Common Core) Regents exam in June. This course includes a lab component.

No Credit

The lab component of Algebra II focuses on enriching Algebra II concepts for students that have demonstrated through their mathematics background or achievement a need for additional attention and support. Lessons and activities are designed to translate the content learned in class to the more challenging language and structure of 100-level college math courses and standardized test questions.

1 Credit

Designed for students of average to above average ability in mathematics, this course builds upon Algebra I Honors and Geometry Honors courses. Students will extend their understanding of the real number system to the complex number system. The course material includes functions, trigonometry, probability, and statistics. The Algebra II (Common Core) Regents exam will be given in June.

*Prerequisite: Department recommendation*

1 Credit

This course is designed for students with competence and skill in mathematics. It integrates advanced algebra, analytic geometry, and trigonometry as an in-depth study of that material which is basic to an understanding of calculus.

1 Credit

This is an accelerated and expanded version of the regular Precalculus course and is designed for those students who have demonstrated both competence and interest in mathematics. The content of the course covers all of the topics of Precalculus, as well as additional enrichment topics.

*Prerequisite: Department recommendation*

1 Credit

Designed for advanced students, the course will study the differential and integral calculus of one real variable. Topics include differentiation and its applications and integration, techniques, and applications of the definite integral. Students will write the Advanced Placement Exam. The cost of the exam is approximately $90.

*Prerequisite: Successful completion of Precalculus and department approval*

1 Credit

Grades 11-12

This course is equivalent to a one-semester, introductory, non-calculus based college course. An introductory statistics course is typically required for majors such as social sciences, health sciences, and business. Science, engineering, and mathematics majors usually take an upper-level calculus-based course in statistics, for which the AP Statistics course is an effective preparation. This course introduces students to major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns, and statistical inference. Students will write the Advanced Placement exam. The cost of the exam is approximately $90. This course may be taken concurrently with Precalculus or AP Calculus.

*Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra II Honors and department approval*

1 Credit

This course is designed to help students develop math literacy by reading and speaking about math. The curriculum is interactive, student-centered, and project-based, with a focus on math that will help them succeed outside of school. This course includes an emphasis on mathematical skills needed for general math electives in college, as well as standardized testing and mathematical knowledge utilized in everyday living.

*Prerequisite: Department recommendation*