• Mathematics
    (42 Days)

    Algebra 1 (intro) Year 1 (11031)   Level: 9-12   Credit: 1/2 or 1

    Algebra 1(intro) year 1 is the first course in a two-year Algebra program designed to help students be successful in mathematics that is required for college and in the work place. The first year includes material that is traditionally found in the first semester of a full year Algebra class. Algebra 1-Year 1 differs from Algebra 1 primarily in the time and manner in which topics are discussed. It will take two years (Algebra 1 -Year 1 and Algebra 1-Year 2) to complete the Algebra 1 requirement. Special Note: This is the first year of a 2-year Algebra 1 course.

    Algebra 1(concl) Year 2 (11031) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    Algebra 1(concl) year 2 is the second course in a two-year Algebra program designed to help a broad range of students be successful in mathematics that is required for college and in the work place.  The course includes material that is traditionally found in the second semester of a full year Algebra class. Successful completion of Algebra 1- Year 2 should meet the Algebra college requirement. Special Note: This is the second year of a two-year Algebra 1 course.

    Algebra I (11031) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    This is the first course in the traditional college preparatory sequence. This course is a branch of mathematics that include the use of variables to express general rules about numbers, number relationships, and operations beneficial for anyone interested in a career in technical education.

    Geometry (11120) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    Topics include points, lines, and planes; parallel and perpendicular lines; triangles; constructions of geometric figures; polygons; and circles. Students will use deductive reasoning and proof techniques to study geometric concepts.

    Informal Geometry (11120) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    This course is not designed to prepare students for success in college-level mathematics.  This course covers the same topics as Geometry, but there is less emphasis on proofs and the problems are less rigorous than those in the standard geometry course. 

    Career Mathematics (11190) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    Topics include everyday geometry, statistics, mathematics of finance, and problem solving. Credit earned from Career Mathematics can be counted toward math requirements for graduation; however, this course does not fulfill mathematics requirements for admission to a four-year college.

    Algebra II (11032) Level: 9-12 Credit: 1/2 or 1

    Topics include a review of Algebra I skills; first-degree equations and inequalities in one variable and in two variables, absolute value, Polynomials, real numbers, radicals, complex numbers, relations and functions, rational expression and equations, exponential equations functions, logarithmic functions, quadratic equations and inequalities, Trigonometry, sequences and series, permutations, combinations, and probability.