COURSE

TITLE

GRADE

LENGTH

CREDIT

PREREQUISITE

FEE

6103

Advanced
Algebra 1

9

1 semester

1

Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6104

Algebra 1  Linear

9,10,11,12

1 semester

1 Elective

Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6116

Algebra I Q &E

9,10,11,12

1 semester

1

Algebra I  Linear

TI84 Calculator

6105

Advanced Geometry

9,10,11,12

1 semester

1

Adv Algebra I or Alg I – Q&E w/ Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6117A
6117B

Geometry

10,11,12

2 semester

2

Alg I – Q&E or Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6107A
6107B

Algebra II/Alg II&Trig.

10,11,12

2 semester

2

Adv Geometry or Geometry and Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6106

Advanced Algebra II

10,11,12

1 semester

1

Adv Geometry and Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6108

Pre Calculus

10,11,12

1 semester

1

Adv Alg II or Alg II & Trig w/ Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6109A
6109B

AP Calculus AB

11,12

All year

2

Teacher Recommendation and Signed Contract

TI84
Calculator

6110A
6110B

AP Calculus BC

11,12

All year

2

Teacher Recommendation and Signed Contract

TI84
Calculator

6111DC

CCP Statistics

11,12

1 semester

1

Adv Alg II or Alg II & Trig w/ Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6111

Statistics

11,12

1 semester

1

Adv Alg II or Alg II & Trig w/ Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

6112

Modeling & Quantitative Reasoning

11,12

1 semester

1

PreCalculus & Teacher Recommendation

TI84
Calculator

Math Courses require teacher recommendation. Courses listed with two course codes are two courses, taken sequentially in two semesters.
Advanced Algebra I  6103
1 semester, 1 math credit 
Grade Level: 9 
Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This is a course in algebra with emphasis placed on the abstraction of mathematics. The course includes the following topics: simplification of algebraic expressions, linear functions, quadratic functions, exponential functions, linear and nonlinear systems, graphing, operations on polynomials, descriptive statistics including regression equations, and applications. Students will also be given an introduction to using a graphing calculator, radicals, graphs and characteristics of parent functions.
Algebra ILinear, Algebra I Quadratic & Exponential 6104, 6116
2 semesters, 1 elective credit and 1 math credit 
Grade level: 9, 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This set of courses contains the same topics as Advanced Algebra I; however, the pace of this course is designed to allow extra time for students to practice and review. Algebra I – Linear will focus on simplifying expressions and solving equations in one variable. Students will then progress on to study various forms of linear functions, including their graphs and applications. Algebra I –Linear then concludes with the study of linear systems. During Algebra I – Q & E, students will study the characteristics, graphs, and applications of quadratic and exponential functions. In addition, students will be introduced to several common parent functions.
2 semesters, 2 math credits 
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Algebra I  Q & E 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This twosemester course contains the same topics as Advanced Geometry; however, the pace of this course is designed to allow extra time for students to practice and review. This course is designed to cover all of the Common Core State Standards in Geometry. Course content includes: fundamental Euclidean geometric terminology, properties of parallel and perpendicular lines, right triangle trigonometry, area, surface area, volume, properties of triangles including congruence and similarity, quadrilaterals, circles, constructions, and coordinate geometry. In addition, students will study aspects of probability and counting techniques.
Advanced Geometry  6105
1 semester, 1 math credit 
Grade level: 9, 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Advanced Algebra I and/or Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This course is specifically designed for students who are intending to complete Advanced Algebra II, PreCalculus, and AP Calculus. This course stresses development of measurement skills, spatial reasoning and algebraic representation of geometric objects. Course content includes: fundamental Euclidean geometric terminology, properties of parallel and perpendicular lines, right triangle trigonometry, area, surface area, volume, properties of triangles including congruence and similarity, quadrilaterals, circles, constructions, and coordinate geometry. In addition, students will study aspects of probability and counting techniques.
Algebra II/Algebra II & Trigonometry 6107A/6107B
2 semesters, 2 math credits 
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Geometry or Advanced Geometry & Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This set of courses contains the same topics as Advanced Algebra II; however, the pacing of these courses is designed to allow extra time for student to practice and review. Topics include systems, matrices, operations with complex numbers, irrational numbers, operations on and graphing of polynomials, logarithms, exponentials expressions, operations on and graphing of rational functions, conic sections, sequences, and series, analytic trigonometry, radical functions, regressions, and graphing characteristics.
Advanced Algebra II  6106
1 semester, 1 math credit 
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Advanced Geometry and Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This course is designed specifically for the student who is planning to take calculus either in high school or college. The course is a continuation and extension of Advanced Algebra I and Advanced Geometry. The course contains the following topics: systems, matrices, operations with complex numbers, irrational numbers, operations on and graphing of polynomials, logarithms, exponential expressions, operations on and graphing of rational functions, conic sections, sequences, and series, analytic trigonometry, radical functions, regressions, and graphing characteristics.
Pre Calculus  6108
1 semester, 1 math credit 
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Advanced Algebra II or Algebra II & Trig and Teacher Recommendation 
Requirement: Calculator TI84 
This course is specifically designed for students who are planning to enter into fields that require the use of calculus. The purpose of precalculus is to review and bring together, in a cohesive manner, what has been learned in all other mathematics classes thus far, while extending the content to bridge the gap between algebra and calculus. Course content includes an indepth study of the following functions, their characteristics, and applications: linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, rational, logistic, parametric, polar, and trigonometric. Students will also study analytic trigonometry, sequences, series, transformations of functions, and the use of technology in the problem solving process.
AP Calculus AB – 6109A/6109B
2 semesters, 2 math credits 
Grade level: 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation and Signed Contract 
Fee: Graphing Calculator TI84 and cost of AP exam 
This course is a college level course that prepares students to take the AB Calculus Advanced Placement Exam in May. A passing grade on this exam will allow the students to earn a semester or two quarters of college credit depending upon the university. Course content includes limits, derivatives, antiderivatives, and other material as outlined by the College Board.
AP Calculus BC – 6110A/6110B
2 semesters, 2 math credits 
Grade level: 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation and Signed Contract 
Fee: Graphing Calculator TI84 and cost of AP exam 
This course is a college level course that prepares students to take the BC Calculus Advanced Placement Exam in May. A passing grade on this exam will allow the students to earn two semesters or three quarters of college credit depending upon the university. Course content includes limits, derivatives, antiderivatives, advanced integration techniques, series, parametric/polar functions, and other material as outlined by the College Board.
Statistics  6111
1 semester, 1 math credit 
Grade level: 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Algebra II 
Fee: Graphing Calculator TI84 
This course offers students a survey of statistical and precalculus concepts. Course content will include: sampling methods, graphical displays, measures of center and variation, normal distribution, regressions, radical, logarithmic and rational functions, unit circle, sketching trig curves, stretches and shrinks of parent functions. College Credit Plus Statistics  6111DC1 semester, 1 math credit, 3 college credit hours  Grade level: 11, 12  Prerequisite: Adv Algebra II or Algebra II & Trig and Teacher Recommendation  Fee: Graphing Calculator TI84 
This course is designed for students who have an interest in an applicationbased field of mathematics. This course will cover descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include: the purpose of statistics, univariate and bivariate descriptive statistics, probability, normality, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. Emphasis is on the application of statistics. A passing grade in this class will earn the student 3 college credit hours, depending on the university.
Modeling & Quantitative Reasoning  6112 1 semester, 1 math credit  Grade level: 11, 12  Prerequisite: PreCalculus & Teacher Recommendation  Fee: Graphing Calculator TI84 
This course prepares students to investigate contemporary issues mathematically and to apply the mathematics learned in earlier courses to answer questions that are relevant to their civic and personal lives. The course reinforces student understanding of: percent, functions and their graphs, probability and statistics, and multiple representations of data and data analysis.
