**Algebra II:** This course is designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra I. Algebra II is an extension of basic algebraic principles and topics such as solving linear, absolute value equations and inequalities. A strong emphasis will be placed on polynomials, solving and graphing linear systems and functions, radicals, quadratic functions and equations and complex number systems.

**Algebra I/II:** Algebra I/II is the in depth review of variables, constants, expressions and equations. Topics covered are: solving equations, simplifying expressions, understanding order of operations, using properties (field axioms), arithmetic operations with positive and negative numbers, polynomials, factoring, graphing (linear and quadratic equations), working with radicals and expanding arithmetic knowledge .

**Algebra I/Applied Algebra:** This course focuses on the key topics that provide a strong foundation in algebra. Through the use of word problems, projects, and discussions students will be investigating mathematical situations from the vocational trade areas along with mathematical survival skills and real- life applications.

**Geometry:** Geometry is for students who need to develop an understanding of dimensional concepts. Students will gain knowledge and feeling for Geometry as a pure, Mathematics discipline. In order to achieve this goal, emphasis is centered on the nature of proof used to develop the structure of geometry.

**Honors Geometry:** Honors Geometry is for students who need to develop an understanding of dimensional concepts. Students will gain knowledge and feeling for Geometry as a pure, Mathematics discipline. In order to achieve this goal, emphasis is centered on the nature of proof used to develop the structure of geometry.

**Pre-Calculus:** This is an advanced math course for very well motivated students. The topics presented are: complex numbers, quadratic equations, conic sections, trigonometry, vectors, statistics, and data analysis. The instruction is based on lectures, problem solving, and a few hands-on activities and experiments. Students are expected to bring a scientific calculator. Algebra II and teacher
recommendation are required in order to enroll in Pre-Calculus.

**Calculus:**This is a comprehensive course of study involving a conceptual understanding of the characteristics and relationships of right and oblique triangles. A prime objective is to promote an understanding of the logical detailed and sequential development of the structure that underlies the study of the triangle and applications in the “real world”.