||Introduces algebraic concepts; emphasizes the theory and application of variables, graphing, linear equations and inequalities, radical expressions, and quadratics; solving problems using quadratic equations, calculators, and computers. Prerequisite: Pre-algebra may be taken in middle grades.
||Extends Algebra I skills. Uses calculators and computers to assist problem solving. Emphasizes polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions and the extension of number to irrational and complex numbers . Covers in-depth graphing, systems of linear equations and inequalities, and quadratics. Introduces probability, statistics, sequences, and series. Prerequisite: Algebra I.
||Algebra III is a college-prep course for students who have passed Algebra II and Geometry. Realistic problem solving in concrete situations is emphasized. Algebraic and geometric topics are approached using numerical methods and appropriate technology. Prerequisite: Either Euclidean Geometry and Algebra II.
||Provides a visual approach to conceptualizing. Uses informal and formal logical reasoning processes including deductive and inductive reasoning, synthetic, coordinate, and transformational approaches to study congruence, similarity, parallelism, symmetry, and perpendicularity. The integration of algebraic skills and concepts to solve geometric problems is stressed. Prerequisite: Algebra I and Algebra II.
||An advanced or honors version of Algebra II and Trigonometry. Includes further study of relations and functions, trigonometry, analytical geometry, and the field of complex numbers. Addresses set theory and logic. Prerequisite: Either Euclidean Geometry or Algebra II.
||Provides a foundation for the study of advanced mathematics. Calculus includes a study of elementary functions, limits and continuity, derivatives, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration and applications of the integral. Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus