Accelerated Algebra II

This course builds upon the fundamental concepts of the variables, expressions, equations, and graphs studied in first-year algebra. This course differs from Algebra II in that less class time is spent on reviewing Algebra I concepts. Students should have a solid mastery of Algebra I and desire the challenge of a faster-paced course. The course…

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Algebra II

This course is designed for students who would benefit from a more comprehensive review of the topics covered in Algebra I, with more built-in class time to explore and practice topics. Algebra II builds upon fundamental algebraic concepts studied previously, including variables, expressions, equations, and graphs. Additional topics include the properties of real numbers and…

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Geometry – Honors

This course is a problem-based, hands-on investigation of Geometry. Students engage in lessons that focus on developing the critical thinking skills and habits of mind to solve advanced math problems. Taught through the use of manipulatives, exploration, pattern recognition, and technology applications, students will develop ideas and experiences that lead to formal geometric proofs and…

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Geometry

This course is a problem-based, hands-on investigation of Geometry. Students engage in lessons that focus on developing the critical thinking skills and habits of mind to solve advanced math problems. Taught through the use of manipulatives, exploration, pattern recognition, and technology, students will develop ideas and experiences that lead to formal geometric proofs and postulates.…

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Algebra I

This course is designed for students enrolling in Physics who have yet to complete a full year of Algebra I. Through class discussions and experiments, the Algebra I class builds skills in algebra and connects concepts with the laboratory-oriented ninth-grade course that explores the physical laws of nature and scientific techniques. Many topics from the…

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Geometry Honors

This course is a problem-based, hands-on investigation of geometry. Students engage in lessons that focus on developing the critical thinking skills and habits of mind to solve advanced math. Taught through the use of manipulatives, exploration, pattern recognition, and technology applications, students will develop ideas and experiences that lead to formal geometric proofs and postulates.…

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Algebra I

This course is an in-depth examination of concepts using a functions approach. Many topics from the Pre-Algebra course are reviewed while examining new topics such as linear functions, inequalities, exponents and exponential functions, quadratic equations and functions, polynomials and factoring, rational expressions and radicals. This course extends students’ knowledge and understanding of the real number…

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Foundations in Algebra I

This course extends student knowledge and understanding of the real number system and its properties through the study of variables, expressions, equations, inequalities and other early Algebra I topics. This course is designed to create a connection among mathematical ideas and to reinforce foundational concepts so students are prepared for Algebra I the following year.

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Algebra I Honors

The level of understanding and depth expected in Algebra I Honors is beyond the scope of Algebra I. More topics are covered, content is more rigorous, and students are expected to conduct more independent discovery and investigative work. Additional topics are integrated into the Algebra I curriculum to deepen students’ understanding. Some of the topics…

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Pre-Algebra Honors

This course encompasses the material in Pre-Algebra at a faster pace and goes deeper into more intense levels of problem-solving and mathematical explorations. This course also covers extension topics such as solving multi-step equations, complex fractions, combinations and permutations. This course is designed to reinforce, extend, and enrich students’ reasoning skills as they explore more…

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