Precalculus & Statistics

This is intended as a follow-up to Algebra II or an equivalent course. It is designed to complete the study of the elementary functions (linear,

Precalculus

This is a follow up to Math 302 and as such continues the development of functions and relations. The course includes a thorough study of

Honors Precalculus

This is designed as a continuation of Math 303. The topics covered in this accelerated course include all those listed under Math 402 but the

Discrete Math & Precalculus

This course follows Math 401. It is also intended for students who have completed 402 and who do not wish to study calculus at this

Calculus

This course offers an introduction to the derivative and the integral. The pace of this course allows for a review of precalculus topics when necessary.

AP Calculus AB

This course follows the Advanced Placement AB syllabus, which incorporates an introduction to the derivative and the integral and their applications. Students in this course

AP Calculus BC

This course follows the Advanced Placement BC syllabus, which incorporates an introduction to the derivative and the integral with their applications and work in infinite

AP Calculus BC – Spr term

This course follows the Advanced Placement BC syllabus, which incorporates an introduction to the derivative and the integral with their applications and work in infinite

Honors Algebra II

This is an enriched version of Math 302 and is designed for the well-qualified student. The course develops the same material as Math 302 but

AP Statistics

This course follows the Advanced Placement Statistics syllabus, which introduces studentsto the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.Students are

Algebra I-101

This is a course in first year algebra with emphasis on such topics as the properties of the real number system, solving first degree sentences

Adv Calc w Intro to Multivar

This course continues the study of single variable calculus and introduces topics from multivariable calculus. Topics may include understanding the relation of series and convergence