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Algebra I
Algebra I presents algebraic concepts on a high school level, but in a more basic manner. This course is recommended for high school and gifted middle school students  especially for those planning careers in the trades or nonSTEM college career paths. Course topics include: Algebraic Expressions and Equations; Proportions, Inequalities, and Absolute Values; Introduction to Functions; Linear Functions and Systems; Exponential Properties and Functions; Factoring; Quadratic, Inverse, and Square Root Functions; Statistical Analysis;
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Advanced Algebra I
Advanced Algebra I teaches students the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. Algebra I  Advanced is AG Approved through the University of California.
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Algebra I – Spanish
Algebra Spanish teaches students the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. Algebra Spanish incorporates English math terminology so that Spanishspeaking students can transition to math classes taught in English as effortlessly as possible. Course topics include the following: Order of Operations; Basic Properties of Algebra; One and TwoStep Equations; MultiStep Equations; Literal Equations; Mixtures; Uniform Motion; Formulas for the Equation of a Line (PointSlope and SlopeIntercept forms); Equations for Parallel and Perpendicular Lines; Parabolas; Inequalities; Systems of Equations; Polynomial Operations; Factoring Polynomials; Rational Expressions; Radical Expressions and Equations; The Distance Formula; Quadratic Formula; This course has been developed for students in grades 8 and above. We recommend that students complete FunMath Spanish prior to taking this course to ensure that they have a strong foundation of basic mathematical principles on which to build. This is a NCTM standardsbased course.
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Algebra I SEd
AlgebraSE presents special education students with the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. Course topics include: Order of Operations; Basic Properties of Algebra; Integer Operations; One and TwoStep Equations; MultiStep Equations; Graphing; Basic Inequalities; Basic Systems of Equations; Basic Polynomial Operations; We recommend that students complete PreAlgebraSE prior to taking this course to ensure that these students have a strong foundation of basic mathematical principles upon which to build.
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Geometry
Geometry provides students with a knowledge of geometric concepts and guides them through the process of developing important mathematical reasoning and proof skills. Students also gain a perspective of how geometry is an integral part of everyday life.. Geometry is AG Approved through the University of California.
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Geometry – SEd
Designed for special education, GeometrySE teaches students the basic principles of Euclidian Geometry including points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. GeometrySE is recommended for students in grades 912 who have completed AlgebraSE, to ensure that these students have a strong foundation upon which to build.
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Algebra II
Algebra II builds upon the algebraic concepts taught in Algebra I, continuing on to functions, expressions, etc. and providing students with a more indepth understanding of algebraic concepts. Algebra II is AG Approved through the University of California.
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Algebra II SEd
Algebra II course for Special Ed students focuses on the concepts most important for these students, digging in deeper than the regular Algebra II course to provide needed additional instruction for success.
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Trigonometry
Trigonometry, students learn about the relationships between the sides and the angles of triangles and how to make calculations based on them using trigonometric functions. Trigonometry is AG Approved through the University of California.
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PreCalculus
PreCalculus covers topics that students must understand to tackle the rigorous AP Calculus AB course. Course topics include: Functions; Parallel and Perpendicular Lines; Analytic Trigonometry; Vectors, Parametric, and Polar; Systems and Matrices; Conics; Binomial Theorem, Regression; Finding Limits; Tangent Lines; Area Under a Curve; PreCalculus is AG Approved through the University of California.
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AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus is a twopart advanced placement course providing students with the curriculum required by the College Board for AP Calculus AB and BC. Students completing this course will be able to take the AP Calculus exam, enabling them to earn college credit for taking this course while still in high school. Besides learning how to use the basic tools of Calculus, students completing this course learn on a deeper level what they are really doing and why it works. This provides insight few students experience in more conventional Calculus courses, empowering them with the knowledge required to solve real world problems. This course has been audited and approved by the College Board. AP Calculus is AG Approved through the University of California.
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AP Calculus AB Exam Prep
This course presents a comprehensive review of AP Calculus AB, including a discussion about taking the exam, as well as derivatives, equation of tangent line, implicit differential, antidifferentiation, limits, 1st derivative analysis, f' and f" analysis, continuity and differentiability. Also covered are related rates, fundamental theorems of calculus, position, velocity, acceleration, and speed, as well as inverse functions, chain rule, average value, definite integrals, volumes of solids, differential equations, approximating area, mean, extreme, and intermediate value theorem, multiple representations of functions, data presented in tables, implicit differentiation, and slope fields.
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AP Calculus BC
AP Calculus is a twopart advanced placement course providing students with the curriculum required by the College Board for AP Calculus AB and BC. Students completing this course will be able to take the AP Calculus exam, enabling them to earn college credit for taking this course while still in high school. Besides learning how to use the basic tools of Calculus, students completing this course learn on a deeper level what they are really doing and why it works. This provides insight few students experience in more conventional Calculus courses, empowering them with the knowledge required to solve real world problems. This course has been audited and approved by the College Board. AP Calculus BC is AG Approved through the University of California.
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AP Statistics
AP Statistics has been audited and approved by the College Board to provide students with a collegelevel learning experience. In this course, students learn about the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students should successfully complete Algebra II prior to taking this course. This course is California AG approved.
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College Exam Math Prep
The College Exam Math Preparation course has been specially developed to help students prepare to take the math portion of the ACT or SAT college entrance exam. Students watch as problems similar to those presented in these exams are solved in the highquality video lessons. After each lesson students are presented with several similar problems to enable them to practice the concepts that they have just reviewed.
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FUNdamental Math
The FUNMath course was developed to ensure that students have a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts prior to introducing them to more advanced topics. We have found that students often have difficulty in Algebra when they have a weak foundation in mathematics. FUNMath helps to fill in the holes in student understanding, providing them with a strong foundation of basic mathematical concepts upon which they can build. It is recommended that students take FUNMath at either the end of grade 7 or 8 or at the beginning of grade 9 as a refresher for those preparing to go into Algebra. A Spanish version of FUNMath is also available. FUNMath is based on NCTM standards
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FUNdamental Math – Spanish
FUNMath Spanish was developed to ensure that students whose primary language is Spanish have a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts , prior to moving them on to more advanced topics. We have found that students with a weak foundation in mathematics often struggle in Algebra. FUNMath Spanish helps students to fill in the holes in their understanding, helping them build a strong foundation of basic mathematical concepts from which they can build their understanding of Algebra. FUNMath Spanish has been successfully used for students in grades 59, we recommend that students take this course at either the end of grade 7 or 8, or at the beginning of grade 9 as a refresher for students preparing to take Algebra Spanish. FUNMath Spanish incorporates the English math terminology so that Spanishspeaking students can transition to the English language courses as effortlessly as possible. Course topics include: Whole Number Operations; Order of Operations; Fractions/Decimals/Percentages; Probabilities (including permutations and combinations); Statistics (mean, median, mode, range, and graphs); Planes, Points, Lines, and Angles; Polygons (types of polygons and several properties); Perimeter, Area, and Volume; Square Roots; Pythagorean Theorem; Absolute Value; Integer Operations; Basic Graphing; Operations using Rational Numbers; One and TwoStep Equations; Basic Inequalities;
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PreAlgebra SEd*
PreAlgebraSE was developed to provide special education students with an introduction to algebraic concepts, including the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. It also provides a strong foundation in basic mathematical concepts to prepare them for AlgebraSE. PreAlgebraSE is based on NCTM standards. Course topics include: Whole Number Operations, Order of Operations, Fractions/Decimals/Percentages, Basic Probabilities and Statistics, Basic Geometry, Integer Operations, Basic Graphing, Basic One and TwoStep Equations
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Integrated Mathematics I
Integrated Mathematics I, is the first course of a threepart series that includes algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. This high school math pathway is patterned after an approach typically seen internationally. Integrated Mathematics I is AG Approved through the University of California.
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Integrated Mathematics II
Integrated Mathematics II is the second course of a threepart series that includes algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. This high school math pathway is patterned after an approach typically seen internationally. Integrated Mathematics II is AG Approved through the University of California.
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Integrated Mathematics III
Integrated Mathematics III is the last course of a threepart series that includes algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. This high school math pathway is patterned after an approach typically seen internationally. Integrated Mathematics III is AG Approved through the University of California.
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High School Math I SEd
High School Math ISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Among the many concepts covered in this course include practice with addition and subtraction and understanding place value. Students learn how to round and are introduced to multiplication, division, and fractions.
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High School Math II SEd
High School Math IISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Developing multiplication and division skills is a major focus in this course. Among the other topics covered in this course include fractions and an introduction to decimals.
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High School Math III SEd
High School Math IIISE provides Special Ed students with a basic mathematical foundation. Among the many concepts covered in this course include practice with addition and subtraction and understanding place value. Students learn how to round and are introduced to multiplication, division, and fractions.
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High School Math IV SEd
High School Math IVSE provides Special Ed students with a basic foundation in math. Some of the major focus areas of this course include integers, decimals, and fractions. This course focuses on the concepts most important for these students, digging in deeper than the regular course to provide the additional instruction needed.
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