**Mathematics** |

**Math I** | 21032X0 |

Math I provides students the opportunity to study concepts of algebra, geometry, functions, number and operations, statistics and modeling throughout the course. These concepts include expressions in the real number system, creating and reasoning with equations and inequalities, interpreting and building simple functions, expressing geometric properties and interpreting categorical and quantitative data. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-11 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Foundations of Math I or 8th Grade Math with an 85 or higher and EOG Scale Score of 362, or 8th Grade Scholars Math |

**Foundations of Math I** | 20501X0 |

Credit: One elective The study of Foundations of Math I provides a foundation in skills necessary for students to be successful in Math I. The primary concepts taught in this course are the four fundamental operations of real numbers and their use in the solution of simple equations and related problems. After this course, student will take Math I. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**Foundations of Math II** | 20511X0 |

Foundations of Math II is a course designed to provide a student with the skills needed to be successful in the study of Math II. This course will focus on postulates, theorems and definitions related to geometric figures. Students will begin to learn and practice the concepts of formal and indirect proofs. Algebraic skills are reinforced as they are applied to problem solving in Math II. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 21032X0 - Math I |

**Math II** | 22012X0 |

Math II continues a progression of the standards established in Math I. In addition to these standards, Math II includes: polynomials, congruence and similarity of figures, trigonometry with triangles, modeling with geometry, probability, making inferences and justifying conclusions. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 21032X0 - Math I |

**COREQUISITES:** If you take this course, you must also take 34202X0 - Chemistry |

**Math II Honors** | 22015X0 |

Honors Math II is a brisk-paced, in-depth course dealing with both theory and application. Two and three dimensional figures are studied with concepts of space geometry being integrated with plane geometry throughout the text. Other topics include deductive reasoning, indirect proofs, trigonometry, constructions, coordinate geometry, and transformations. 1 Quality Point |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in 8th Grade Algebra I (Math I) or A in Math I |

**Math III** | 23012X0 |

Math III progresses from the standards learned in Math I and Math II. In addition to these standards, Math III extends to include algebraic concepts such as: the complex number system, inverse functions, trigonometric functions and the unit circle. Math III also includes the geometric concepts of conics and circles. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** Math I, and Math II |

**Math III Honors** | 23015X0 |

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**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in Honors Math II or A in Math II |

**Pre-Calculus, Honors** | 24035X0 |

This is a rigorous course including some topics in Adv. Functions & Modeling and some discrete math topics and an in-depth study of trigonometry. After this course, students may take AP Statistics or AP Calculus. Graphing calculators are used. 1 Quality Point |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Honors | **GRADE:** 9-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in Honors Math III or A in Math III, completion of Adv. Functions & Modeling |

**COREQUISITES:** If you take this course, you must also take 24002X0 - Advanced Functions & Modeling |

**Advanced Functions & Modeling** | 24002X0 |

This course further develops algebraic skills, basic trigonometry, data analysis and probability. It is designed for the college bound student who plans to major in political science, communication, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, etc. (non-math/engineering related fields). After this course, students may take Pre-Calculus or AP Statistics. Graphing calculators are used. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 23012X0 - Math III |

**COREQUISITES:** If you take this course, you must also take 24035X0 - Pre-Calculus, Honors |

**Calculus AB AP** | 25017X0 |

Advanced Placement Calculus AB includes the following topics: limits and continuity of functions, the concept of the derivative, application and computation of derivatives, and interpretations of definite integrals. TI-83+, TI-86, or TI-89 calculators are required for this course. 2 Quality Points |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in Pre-Calculus |

**Calculus BC AP** | 25027X0 |

Calculus BC is a continuation of Calculus AB with new topics to include integration by parts, integration by substitution, series, convergence of series, and Taylor and Maclaurin series. Upon completion of this course, students are prepared to take the AP Calculus exam and may receive college credit based on their scores. 2 Quality Points |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in AB Calculus |

**Statistics AP** | 25117X0 |

This course covers the content of a typical introductory college course in statistics. This course provides an overview and introduction to statistics, and introduces students to the major concepts and the methods for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. The course prepares students for the AP exam. AP statistics is an excellent option for any student who has completed a course beyond Math III with a B average or better, regardless of the student’s intended college major. At least one statistics course is typically required for majors such as engineering, psychology, sociology, health science, mathematics, and business. TI-83+ or TI-84+ calculators are required for this course. Students prepare to take the College Board standardized test and may receive credit based on their score. 2 Quality Points |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Advanced Placement | **GRADE:** 10-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** B in Honors Algebra II, review grad date for pre-req requirements. |

**Discrete Math** | 24012X0 |

Discrete Mathematics introduces students to the mathematics of networks, social choice, and decision making. The course extends students’ application of matrix arithmetic and probability. Applications and modeling are central to this course of study. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators and application software, should be used regularly for instruction and assessment. |

**CREDIT:** 1 | **TYPE:** Regular | **GRADE:** 11-12 |

**PREREQUISITE:** 23012X0 - Math III |