Advanced Algebra 2: This course is designed to meet the needs of college-bound students whose emphasis will be in math and science and who require an extensive background in algebra. Topics include polynomials, rational expressions, quadratics, conics, complex numbers, exponents, logarithms, series, combinatorics, and probability and statistics. The pathway from Advanced Algebra 2 leads to Pre-Calculus, Advanced Pre-Calculus or Probability and Statistics (or Advanced Placement Statistics with a grade B or better).
Advanced Placement Calculus AB: This is an advanced high school math course for the student who wishes to complete the equivalent of the first-level college and calculus course. The course is preparation for the second-level college calculus course and Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam.
Advanced Placement Calculus BC: This is an advanced high school math course for the student who wishes to complete the equivalent of the first two levels of the college calculus series. The course is preparation for the third-level college calculus course and the Calculus BC Advanced Placement Exam.
Advanced Placement Statistics: This is an advanced high school mathematics course for the student who wishes to complete the equivalent of a 1-semester introductory, non-calculus based college course in statistics. This course is preparation for the Advanced Placement Statistics Exam.
Advanced Pre-Calculus: This course is a prerequisite for AP Calculus and is designed for college-bound students interested in math and science. This course engages students in an inÂdepth study of CCSS for math. Topics include equations, functions families and their graphs, rational, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and applications, vectors, polar and parametric equations, and a study of limits. Students successfully completing this course will have an extensive background in advanced level mathematics preparing them for college-level coursework.
Algebra Foundations: This course will prepare students for success in Algebra 1. Students will achieve proficiency on prerequisite skills for Algebra and selected CCSS. Upon completion of this course, students will enrol l in Algebra 1.
Algebra 1: This course meets all of the CCSS for math and satisfies a high school graduation requirement. This course will engage students in solving multi-step and absolute value equations, solving proportions, solving a system of equations algebraically, solving and graphing compound inequalities, solving and graphing absolute value inequalities and systems of inequalities, graphing linear equations and systems of linear equations, writing equations of lines between two points and of lines of parallel and perpendicular to a line and a given point, simplifying exponential expressions, function multiplying and factoring polynomials, solving quadratic equations by factoring, the quadratic formula and completing the square, operations with rational expressions and constructing and analyzing box-and-whisker plots for a set of data.
Algebra 2: This designed for students bound for college or career technical training. Students will expand and develop algebra and trigonometric concepts to an advanced level of mathematics. Students will engage in an in-depth study of California's Common Core Standards for Mathematics. Topics include systems of equations and inequalities, quadratic functions, polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, rational and radical functions, conic sections, probability and statistics, and trigonometry.
Differential Calculus: This advanced level mathematics course is designed to provide a review of PreCalculus concepts and an introduction to a first semester Calculus course at a college or university_ Topics include limits, rules of differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, and volume of solids.
Financial Analysis: This class will introduce students to the fundamental concepts of personal and business finance, with primary emphasis on personal finance. Topics include income, taxes, recordkeeping, checking and savings accounts, cash and credit card purchases, loans, vehicle and housing costs, insurance, and investments. Business finance topics may include marketing, purchasing, hiring, etc.
Geometry: This course meets all of the CCSS for math and engages students bound for college or career technical training in topics as inductive and deductive reasoning, properties and proofs of parallel and perpendicular lines and congruent triangles, relationships with triangles, properties of polygons and quadrilaterals, similar shapes and proportional reasoning, trigonometry, transformations, properties of circles, finding area and perimeter of triangles, various quadrilaterals, regular polygons and circles, and finding the surface area and volume of prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders, and spheres.
Pre-Calculus: This college-prep class engages students in an in-depth study of CCSS for math. Topics include equations, functions families and their graphs, rational, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and applications, and conic sections. Students successfully completing this course will have an extensive background in advanced level mathematics preparing them for college-level coursework.
Probability and Statistics: This course is designed to meet the needs of students who want an additional year of mathematics, especially those who would like the experience with the skill and concepts of statistics but do not choose to attempt the pace and rigor of an Advanced Placement Statistics course.