Our program is designed to meet students where they are and help them progress at their own pace. In addition, we are fully equipped to prepare students for a future in mathematics and/or the sciences. We take extra care to prepare our students for standardized exams and the AP Calculus Exam.
Elementary Algebra is a slower-paced algebra course covering the same material as Algebra I over two years’ time.
During first semester, students learn about equations and functions. The second semester, students continue the study of algebra with learning how to solve systems of equations. Read more in the full course descriptions below
Geometry is a course in logic, proof, and measurement. Students will develop their ability to construct formal, logical arguments and proofs in geometric settings and problems.
Algebra II reviews solving and graphing equations and inequalities; solving systems of linear equations and inequalities and more. Read more in the course descriptions below.
ALGEBRA II WITH TRIGONOMETRY
Algebra II with Trigonometry reviews solving and graphing equations and inequalities; solving systems of linear equations and inequalities; using matrix operations and solving matrix equations to find solutions to systems of linear equations both by hand and with the use of technology.
Precalculus begins with a review of functions and graphing; moves on to polynomial and rational functions with an emphasis on dividing polynomials, finding solutions with factoring, and graphing rational functions.
Calculus is divided into two main sections. The first semester begins with a review of functions, limits, and continuity, and then derivatives are introduced. Learn more in the full corse description below
CALCULUS 2 ADVANCED MATH TOPICS
Calculus 2 will cover multi-variable calculus including partial derivatives, and more in-depth work with differential equations. This course will strike a balance between the theory and applications of advanced mathematics.