Math

  • APPLIED MATH I-IV -is designed for students learning prerequisite skills and concepts that are necessary to develop math skills. The emphasis will be on basic math skills.

     

    FOUNDATIONS OF MATH I-IV -is designed for students learning prerequisite skills and concepts that are necessary to develop math skills. The emphasis will be on basic math skills and pre-algebra concepts to establish a strong basic foundation.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF ALGEBRA I-IV -is a course which focuses on taking the student from the area of basic arithmetic through the many areas of mathematics including geometry, measurement, algebra, scale reading, charts and graphs and problem solving. The goal of this course is for the student to acquire the necessary skills to continue the Algebra I-S.

     

    APPLIED ALGEBRA -is designed for students learning prerequisite skills and concepts that are necessary to learn algebraic content. This course includes exposure to foundational math skills.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF ALGEBRA -is a basic course that includes algebraic representation, solution and evaluation of problem situations in addition to interpretations of polynomials, rational expressions, square roots and linear relations and inequalities by graphing. Instruction is designed to meet the needs of individual students.

     

    APPLIED GEOMETRY -is designed for students learning prerequisite skills and concepts that are necessary to learn geometric content. This course includes exposure to foundational math skills.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF GEOMETRY -provides students the opportunity to study and understand geometric concepts and to develop deductive, inductive and creative thinking skills.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF MATH MODELS -allows students to utilize their knowledge of algebra and geometry to solve problems involving personal finance, data analysis, and independent living skills

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