Math Course Offerings by Grade Level

6 credits required (2 credits must be earned during 12th grade)

The math courses must include:

Core paths highlighted in green are suggested for increased college readiness.

Courses highlighted in yellow are available for dual credit through CWI.

Core Path

Freshman (9th)

Sophomore (10th)

Junior (11th)

Senior (12th)

1

Honors Geometry

Honors Algebra 2

Pre Calculus  Math

Calculus

College Algebra

College Algebra

 Statistics

2

Math 1 (Algebra 1)

Math 2 (Geometry)

Math 3 (Algebra 2)

Pre Calculus Math

College Algebra

Statistics

Consumer Math

3

Math 1

Math 2

Math 3

College Algebra

Consumer Math

Math Dual Credit Opportunities

High School Course Title

College Course Title/Number

College Credits

Pre Calculus

College Algebra--CWI  (MATH 143)

Trigonometry-  CWI    (MATH 144)

Pre-Calculus -- CWI (MATH 147)

3

2

5

College Algebra

College Algebra CWI ( MATH 153)

3

Calculus

Calculus  BSU (MATH 170)

5

Statistics

Elementary Statistics (MATH 153)

3

MATHEMATICS

Students need to complete a minimum of six credits in mathematics, with two credits taken during the student’s last year of high school.  The math courses must include:

Four (4) years of mathematics, including Algebra 2, are recommended for college preparation.

MATH  1  A – B

Course numbers 0574 and 0575

Year -  2 credits                              Grade Level – 9, 10

Prerequisite – Teacher recommendation.

Math 1 is the first in a series of 3 classes (Math 1, 2, and 3).  These courses cover a variety of content in both Algebra and Geometry.  Math 1 fulfills the high school Algebra requirement for graduation.

MATH SUPPORT    A - B

Course numbers 0508 and 0509

Year  -  2 credits                                                                                                  Grade Level – 9, 10

Prerequisite:  Teacher recommendation only.

                         May be taken with Math 1.

Must be taken concurrently with 'Math 1.' Designed for students who require extra assistance in order to be successful in their Math 1 class. .  This class counts as an elective credit.

HONORS GEOMETRY A – B

Course numbers 0520 and 0521

Year – 2 credits                                   Grade Level – 9

Prerequisite – Algebra 1

This course is for freshmen who have successfully completed Algebra 1 in the 8th grade.  This course is an in-depth study of deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving.  Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

MATH 2 (GEOMETRY) A – B

Course numbers 0510 and 0511

Year – 2 credits                 Grade Level –10, 11, 12

Prerequisite – Algebra 1 A-B or Algebra Concepts C-D  

This course uses deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving.  Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

HONORS ALGEBRA 2   A - B

Course numbers 0532 and 0533

Year - 2 credits                                                                                                          Grade Level – 10

Prerequisite:  Honors Geometry or Teacher recommendation.

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought. This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology.

MATH 3 (ALGEBRA 2) A – B

Course numbers 0504 and 0505

Year – 2 credits                        Grade Level – 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite – Geometry A-B

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought.  This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology.  Algebra 2 may be taken concurrently with geometry with instructor’s approval.

PRE-CALCULUS  A – B

Course numbers 0512 and 0513

Year – 2 credits                        Grade Level – 11, 12

Prerequisite – Algebra 2 A-B and Geometry

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, sequences and series, and probability.  It includes preparation for advanced work in science, engineering, technology, and higher mathematics.  Dual credit may be taken through CWI.

 CALCULUS A - B

Course numbers 0514 and 0515

Year – 2 credits                            Grade Level – 12

Prerequisite – Pre-Cal A-B

This course emphasizes analytical approaches to problem solving, mathematical proof, limits and development of elementary calculus.  Dual credit may be an option through  BSU.

STATISTICS A - B

Course numbers 0517 and 0518

Year – 2 credits                        Grade Level –  12

Prerequisite – Algebra 2 A-B, preferably Pre-Calculus

Statistics introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.  Data is collected using hands-on experiments or surveys.  Graphing calculators and statistical software will be used extensively.  A statistics course is typically required for many college majors.  Statistics may be taken concurrently with Advanced Math A-B or Calculus A-B.  Dual credit may be an option through CWI.

CONSUMER MATH  A - B

Course numbers 0528 and 0529

Year – 2 credits                         Grade Level – 12

Prerequisite – Algebra 1 and Geometry  

Consumer Mathematics deals primarily with money management.  Students will work with loans, saving accounts, checking accounts, payroll, APR, state and federal taxes, etc.  This class is only for students that have taken Algebra 1 and Geometry.  

COLLEGE ALGEBRA A – B

Course numbers 0523 and 0524

Year – 2 credits                                Grade Level – 11, 12

Prerequisite – Algebra 2 A-B

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, and probability.  This course is appropriate for students who are college bound and not geared towards the fields of math, science or engineering.  Dual credit may be an option through CWI.