In a minimum of three years of study, students will develop critical thinking and problem solving skills and apply those to real world situations. The focus of the Mathematics department is for students to grow in their understanding of mathematical skills and concepts. Students must successfully pass Algebra 2 as part of their three year program, four years of Mathematics are recommended. Pre-Calculus and Calculus are recommended for students planning a Math or Science college major.
- MA0921 - PRE-ALGEBRA (FULL YEAR)
- MA0903 - ALGEBRA 1 (FULL YEAR)
- MA0917 - ALGEBRA 1 (FULL YEAR)
- MA1001 - HONORS GEOMETRY (FULL YEAR)
- MA1003 - GEOMETRY (FULL YEAR)
- MA1005 - GEOMETRY (FULL YEAR)
- MA1101 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA/TRIG (FULL YEAR)
- MA1224 - ADVANCED TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS (FULL YEAR)
- MA1103 - ALGEBRA 2 (FULL YEAR)
- MA1128 - HONORS ALGEBRA 2 (FULL YEAR)
- MA1107 - PRE-CALCULUS (FULL YEAR)
- MA1129 - PRE-CALCULUS (Math 120 UW 5 Credits) (HONORS) (FULL YEAR)
- MA1201 - CALCULUS (FULL YEAR)
- MA1207 - AP CALCULUS AB (FULL YEAR)
- MA1207 - AP CALCULUS BC (FULL YEAR)
- MA1220 - AP STATISTICS (FULL YEAR)
- MA0901 - FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONAL FINANCE (SEMESTER)
This course is designed for students who do not possess the skills to enter a high school Algebra 1 course. It focuses on building number sense, operations with fractions and decimals, order of operations, area and perimeter, measurement, and problem solving. Students will be introduced to linear equations, graphing, and inequalities.
A first course in Algebra that teaches and develops a systematic approach to problem solving. It begins with a review of skills related to variables, exponents, order of operations, simplifying and evaluating algebraic expressions, and properties of equality. Then the course will examine linear equations, inequalities, systems of linear equations, factoring, and quadratic functions.
This course is designed for students who would benefit from a slower-paced Algebra class. The material covered in this course is the same as MA0903, with an emphasis on solidifying Pre-Algebra skills such as the use of properties of equality, simplifying numerical expressions, and writing algebraic expressions to model situations.
Prerequisites: A in MA0917; permission of math instructor.
This honors course is designed for students with exceptional algebra skills. This accelerated course will cover the same topics as MA1003 but more in depth and at a brisker pace. It will also include the study of coordinate geometry.
Prerequisites: C or higher in MA0917; permission of math instructor.
This course is designed for students who would benefit from a slower-paced geometry course. The material covered is the same as MA1003, with an emphasis on fostering skill building while learning the fundamentals of Geometry.
Prerequisites: B or higher in MA1103 or an A in MA1101; permission of math instructor.
This course covers transformation of functions; exponents and logarithms; circular functions; modeling periodic functions; the binomial expansion; arithmetic and geometric sequences; vectors parametric equations; polar equations; and matrices. Graphing calculator required (TI 83 or TI 84)
Prerequisites: B or higher in MA1128 or A in MA1103 and permission of math instructor.
This course covers basic properties of functions and graphs with an emphasis on linear, quadratic, trigonometric, exponential functions and their inverses. Emphasis placed on multi-step problem solving through complex word problems. Students may opt to take this course for 5 credits from the University of Washington. Scientific calculator required.
Prerequisites: B or higher in MA1129 or A in MA1201; or permission of math instructor.
This course covers limits; derivatives and antiderivatives; indefinite and definite integrals; the calculus of exponential and logarithmic functions; growth and decay; plane and solid figures; and the calculus of motion. Graphing calculator required (TI 83 or TI 84).
Prerequisites: B or higher in MA1129 or A in MA1201 and permission of math instructor.
In this AP course, which is comparable to a college level Calculus course, students will study the mechanics and applications of limits, derivatives, integrals, and separable differential equations. Students will take the AP Exam in the Spring with the possibility of college credits available. Graphing calculator required (TI 83 or TI 84).
Prerequisites: Successful completion of AP Calculus AB and permission of math instructor.
AP Calculus BC is designed to develop mathematical knowledge conceptually, guiding the student to connect topics and representations throughout the course and to apply strategies and techniques to accurately solve diverse types of problems. Calculus BC reviews the concepts in Calculus AB, adding additional topics. It is designed to qualify students for credit in a college course which is one level beyond Calculus AB. Students will take the AP Exam in the Spring.
Prerequisites: B or higher in MA1107 and permission of math instructor.
Statistics has a wide range of career applications and it requires more reading and writing than most math courses. Topics included are data analysis, probability, and hypothesis testing. This course prepares students for the AP Exam in the Spring. Graphing calculator required (TI 83 or TI 84).
Prerequisites: Completion of Algebra 2 or IAT with a C or higher, and/or permission of instructor.
This additional semester elective course will focus on the skills to apply math and become financially literate and independent. With the tremendous financial challenges our students may be facing, this course will allow them to be empowered and equipped confidently in making their own financial decisions. Class is dependent on student enrollment and instructor availability.