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MATHCourse Title and *(Required Pre-requisites)
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**** 3 math credits are required to graduate; a 4th recommended for college admission.****
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MathPerSemester 1Semester 2Foundations of Algebra + Algebra 1 Combo (2 Credits)- *Placement based on 8th Grade teacher recommendation
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*Foundations of Algebra + Algebra 1 ComboBlock 11This is a four part courseFoundations to Algebra will provide opportunities to revisit and expand the understanding of foundational algebra concepts, and will incorporate varied instructional strategies to prepare students for required high school courses.
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2Consumer Math AConsumer Math B
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Block 33Foundations / Algebra 1 AFoundations / Algebra 1 BFoundations / Algebra 1 CFoundations / Algebra 1 D
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*Consumer MathBlock 55Foundations / Algebra 1 AFoundations / Algebra 1 BFoundations / Algebra 1 CFoundations / Algebra 1 DAlgebra 1 (1 Credit) - *Placement based on 8th Grade Teacher recommendation
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Block 77This course builds upon the mathematical skills acquired in middle school and advances the students' understanding of and abilities in essential algebraic methods
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Algebra IBlock 11Algebra IAAlgebra IAAlgebra IBAlgebra 1B
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2Algebra IAAlgebra 1BGeometry (1 Credit) - *Required Completion of Algebra 1
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Block 33Mathematical topics presented in this course are the fundamentals of geometry, parallel lines and transversals, advanced geometry of triangles and circles, and right triangle trigonometry.
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Block 55
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6Algebra 2 (1 Credit) - *Required Completion of Geometry 1
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Block 77Algebra IAAlgebra IAAlgebra IBAlgebra 1BThis course extends and expands the mathematical foundations acquired in Algebra 1 and Geometry.
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8Algebra IAAlgebra 1B
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GeometryBlock 11Geometry AGeometry AGeometry BGeometry B
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2Geometry AGeometry BApplied Algebra 2 (1 Credit) - *Teacher Approval Required
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Block 33Geometry AGeometry BThis course is intended for students with varied backgrounds and abilities who may have struggled in Geometry and Algebra I.
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Block 55Geometry AGeometry B
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6Quantitative Literacy (.5 Credit) - *C or better in Algebra 2
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Block 77Geometry AGeometry AGeometry BGeometry AGeometry BGeometry BQuantitative Literacy is a college preparatory semester course in applied mathematics with an emphasis on financial applications and the use of mathematical models involving discrete mathematics, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to solve problems in a range of contexts.
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8Geometry AGeometry B
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*App Alg II Block 11Algebra 2AAlgebra 2B
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*Algebra 22Applied Algebra 2AApplied Algebra 2B
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Block 33Algebra 2AAlgebra 2BAlgebra 2AAlgebra 2BProbablilities and Statistics (.5 Credit) - *C or better in Algebra 2
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4Introduction to Probabilities and Statistics is a college preparatory course focused on probability, data collection, and descriptive and inferential statistics.
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Block 55Algebra 2AAlgebra 2BAlgebra 2AAlgebra 2B
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Block 77Algebra 2AAlgebra 2AAlgebra 2BAlgebra 2BPre-Calculus (1 Credit) - *C or better in Algebra 2
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8Algebra 2AAlgebra 2BThis course prepares the student for the following AP Calculus or IB Math courses.
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*Pre CalculusBlock 11Pre-Calc APre-Calc B
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*AP Calculus2Pre-Calc APre-Calc BAP Calculus (1 Credit) - *C or better in Pre-Calculus; $ AP Test Fee
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*IB MathBlock 33IB Math 11 APre-Calc AIB Math 11 APre-Calc BThe intent of this course is for students to master the fundamentals of calculus in order to succeed on the AP Calculus AP exam as well as to be adequately prepared for success in follow-on college-level mathematics courses.
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*Quant. Lit.4IB Math 12 AIB Math 12 A
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*Prob + StatsBlock 55Pre-Calc APre-Calc B
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Block 77Quantitative LiteracyProbabilities and StatisticsIB Mathematics SL (2 Credits) - *Must be a committed IB Diploma Programme student or B or better in Algebra 2; $ IB Test Fee
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This is a two-year course created to prepare students for success on the Mathematical Standard Level IB exam taken at the end of the second year.
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Consumer Math (1 Credit) - *Teacher Approval Required
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The bulk of the course has the student immersed in the reading, understanding, and mathematics of personal finanace following which they will be given a rich overview of the mathematics of the business world and marketplace.
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For more complete course descriptions go to the RHS home page, click on "Counseling," then click on "2019-2020 Curriculum Guide"
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Click here for the RHS Home Page
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