ALGEBRA I -includes work with linear and quadratic functional relationships and problem solving in real situations, including, but not limited to, such skills as table building, coordinate graphing, algebraic analysis, equation-writing, equation solving, operations with polynomials, factoring and computation. Students have opportunities to develop logical reasoning by making and justifying generalizations based on experience with fundamental algebraic concepts.
ALGEBRA II -is an advanced math course that continues to build upon Algebra I with extensive work in linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Problem solving in real situations is a focus. This course prepares students for advanced math and for college algebra.
PRE-AP ALGEBRA I -students cover the same topics as students enrolled in an Algebra I course. At the Pre-AP level, this course addresses the essential knowledge and skills for first-year algebra at a greater depth along with higher expectations for students performance. This course is designed for students who plan to take Pre-AP math courses throughout high school.
PRE-AP ALGEBRA II -addresses the essential knowledge and skills for second-year algebra at a greater depth than the regular level Algebra II course along with higher expectations for student performance. This course is excellent preparation for college entrance examinations (SAT, ACT, etc.) and further study in mathematics and is designed for students who plan to take future advanced placement (AP) mathematics course(s).
ADVANCED ALGEBRA CONCEPTS -extends the study of many Algebra II concepts including linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. This course provides students with a solid understanding of the elementary functions of algebra and will prepare students for a college algebra course. Students in Advanced Algebra Concepts may choose to take the College Algebra CLEP exam at the conclusion of the course to earn college credit