**Algebra I**

Course No. 31300 - 1 Credit

This course requires students to use algebra as a tool for representing and solving a variety of contextual problems. Tables and graphs will be used to interpret algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities and to analyze behaviors of functions.

**Geometry**

Course No. 31430 - 1 Credit

*Prerequisite: Algebra I*

Geometry is a course designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1. The course includes an emphasis on developing reasoning skills through the exploration of geometric relationships including properties of geometric figures, trigonometric relationships, and mathematical proofs. In this course, students use various types of reasoning, justification, and methods of direct and indirect proof and interpret and determine the validity of conditional statements. Venn diagrams are used to represent set relationships.

**Geometry (Honors)**

Course No. 3143A - 1 Weighted Credit

*Prerequisite: Algebra I*

Geometry is a course designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1. The Honors course includes an emphasis on developing reasoning skills through the exploration of geometric relationships including properties of geometric figures, trigonometric relationships, and mathematical proofs. In this course, students use various types of reasoning, justification, and methods of direct and indirect proof and interpret and determine the validity of conditional statements. Venn diagrams are used to represent set relationships. This honors course provides a more rigorous and in-depth investigation of topics covered in Geometry. Students will also write proofs as well as demonstrate theorems as part of this challenging course

**Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis**

Course No. 31340 - 1 Credit

*Prerequisite: Geometry*

Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis is a course designed for students who have successfully completed the Standards for Algebra 1 and may benefit from additional support in their transition to Algebra 2. Within the context of mathematical modeling and data analysis, students will study functions and their behaviors, systems of inequalities, probability, experimental design and implementation, and analysis of data. Data will be generated through practical applications arising from science, business, and finance. Students will solve problems that require the formulation of linear, quadratic, exponential, or piecewise-defined equations or a system of equations.

**Algebra II**

Course No. 31350 - 1 Credit

*Prerequisite: Geometry*

Students enrolled in Algebra II have mastered the concepts outlined in the Algebra 1 Standards. A thorough treatment of advanced algebraic concepts will be provided through the study of functions, equations, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, rational and radical equations, complex numbers, and curves of best fit. Emphasis will be placed on contextual applications and modeling throughout the course of study. Oral and written communication concerning the language of algebra, logic of procedures, and interpretation of results should also permeate the course.

**Algebra II (Honors)**

Course No. 3135A - 1 Weighted Credit

*Prerequisite: Geometry*

Students enrolled in Algebra II have mastered the concepts outlined in the Algebra 1 Standards. A thorough treatment of advanced algebraic concepts will be provided through the study of functions, equations, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, rational and radical equations, complex numbers, and curves of best fit. Emphasis will be placed on contextual applications and modeling throughout the course of study. Oral and written communication concerning the language of algebra, logic of procedures, and interpretation of results should also permeate the course. Students will apply these concepts in practical situations as part of this challenging course

**Data Science**

Course No. 02911 - 1 Credit

*A prerequisite of this course would be successful completion of Algebra and Geometry. If a student matches any of the following characteristics, they may be interested in this course:*

● Curious about exploring the intersection of mathematics, statistics, computer science, and information technology;

● Has future career goals of business, communications, energy, finance, government & public administration, information technology, law, public safety, STEM, transportation, or distribution & logistics;

● Interested in asking open-ended questions of choice that can be explored through data in a project on a topic of interest; and/or

● Eager to explore the variety of ways that data can be visually displayed and explained.

This course serves as a practical math course that will be taken junior or senior year. Those that take this course junior year could then take Statistics or Pre-Calculus senior year.

● Curious about exploring the intersection of mathematics, statistics, computer science, and information technology;

● Has future career goals of business, communications, energy, finance, government & public administration, information technology, law, public safety, STEM, transportation, or distribution & logistics;

● Interested in asking open-ended questions of choice that can be explored through data in a project on a topic of interest; and/or

● Eager to explore the variety of ways that data can be visually displayed and explained.

This course serves as a practical math course that will be taken junior or senior year. Those that take this course junior year could then take Statistics or Pre-Calculus senior year.

The Data Science course provides an introduction to the learning principles associated with analyzing big data. Through the use of open-source technology tools, students will identify and explore problems that involve the use of relational database concepts and data-intensive computing to find solutions and make generalizations. Students will engage in a data science problem-solving structure to interact with large data sets as a means to formulate problems, collect and clean data, visualize data, model using data, and communicate effectively about data formulated solutions.

**Pre-Calculus (Honors)**

Course No. 3162A - 1 Weighted Credit

*Prerequisite: Algebra II*

This course is a rigorous study of advanced algebra, a comprehensive study of functions, and an extensive study of trigonometry.

**Statistics**

Course #31900- 1 Credit

*Prerequisite: Algebra II*

This course will provide an introduction to basic statistical knowledge and reasoning. The purpose of the course is to present basic concepts and techniques for collecting and analyzing data, drawing conclusions, and making predictions.Technology tools will be used to assist in teaching and learning. Graphing technologies facilitate visualizing, analyzing, and understanding algebraic and statistical behaviors and provide a powerful tool for solving and verifying solutions.

**Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus AB**

Course No. 3177A - 1 Weighted Credits

*Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus*

This is a college level calculus course devoted to topics in differential and integral calculus. You’ll work to understand the theoretical basis and solve problems by applying your knowledge and skills. Students are encouraged to take the Advanced Placement Examination administered by the College Board and may receive college credit for satisfactory scores

**Courses are elective credits only.*

All Course Offerings are subject to student interest and staff availability. Please note all may not be offered each year.

All Course Offerings are subject to student interest and staff availability. Please note all may not be offered each year.