Mathematics

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 will move the students from the concepts developed in middle school into a more complex and visual aspect. There are seven units that we will cover in class. Each unit is comprised of standards that are considered major content along with standards that include supporting and/or additional content. It is always important for students to practice their mathematics skills to build fluency and accuracy on an everyday basis.

Geometry

This course, aligned to the Common Core State Standards for Geometry, is designed to help students develop tools to explore two-dimensional and three-dimensional space. Students acquire these tools as they explore and solve problems that involve Euclidean geometry, rigid motion transformations, dilations and similarity, and coordinate geometry. Students will learn how to prove various geometric facts about triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles by using axiomatic proof and coordinate geometry proof. Also, students will model real-world objects using geometric formulas for perimeter, area, and volume. Three-dimensional objects such as prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders, and spheres are explored in different models.

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 will move the students from the concepts developed in middle and early high school into a more complex and visual aspect. There are six units that we will cover in class. Each unit is comprised of standards that are considered major content along with standards that include supporting and/or additional content. It is always important for students to practice their mathematics skills to build fluency and accuracy on an everyday basis.

College Algebra

Coming soon....

AP Computer Science

AP Computer Science Principles is an introductory college-level computing course that introduces students to foundational computer science concepts and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. Students learn to design and evaluate solutions and apply computer science to solve problems by developing algorithms and programs. They incorporate abstraction into programs and use data to discover new knowledge. Students also explain how computing innovations and systems—including the internet—work, explore their potential impacts and contribute to an ethical and collaborative computing culture.