Math Course Listings:
Algebra I
Required
Grade: 9 
This course covers properties of the
real number system, operations with
real numbers and variables, solving
linear equations and inequalities,
operations with polynomials, factoring
polynomials, simplifying rational
algebraic expressions, graphing linear
equations, analyzing linear and
quadratic functions, and evaluating
radical expressions. Problem solving
is emphasized throughout the course.
Prerequisites:
Successful completion of junior high
mathematics. 
Algebra II
Required
Grade: 10 or 11 
This course consists of a review of the
principles and ideas of algebra and the
extension of these concepts. Some of
the topics include equations, formulas,
inequalities, variations, graphs, linear
relations, systems of equations,
matrices, parabolas, quadratic
equations, functions, power and roots,
exponents and logarithms,
trigonometry and polynomials.
Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Algebra I 
Geometry
Grade: 10 
Topics covered include the language
of geometry, reasoning and proofs,
parallel and perpendicular lines,
congruent triangles, applications of
congruent triangles, quadrilaterals,
similarity, right triangles and
trigonometry, circles, polygons and
area, surface area and volume,
coordinate geometry, and transformations.
Technology is stressed
and integrated in lessons and
exercises throughout the course in
order to improve student’s overall
understanding and performance on
tests. Some handson activities using
manipulative will also be included to
better understand three dimensional
concepts.
Prerequisites: Successful completion
of Algebra 1 
Personal Finance
Required
Grade: 12 
Semester  This course develops
lifelong skills for making wise
financial decisions. The content
includes the use of credit, financial
planning, investments, banking
services, insurance (auto, life and
health) and budgeting. 
PreCalculus
Elective
Grade: 11 or 12 
This course is designed to better
prepare you for calculus. In this
course we will be covering absolute
value, polynomials, quadratics,
rational equations, exponential and
logarithmic functions, matrices,
probability, statistics, as well as
trigonometry. We will also be covering
how to graph the various functions
discussed in the course.
Prerequisites: Successful completion
of Algebra 2 
