Middle School Math Track
6th Grade: Course 1 |
7th Grade: Course 2 |
8th Grade: Course 3 |
Description: Ratio and Rates, Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Coordinate Planes, Expressions, Equations, Functions and Inequalities, Volume, Surface Area, Statistical Displays Students who maintain a “B” average in Math Course 1 and score no lower than an a 85 on the post assessment are eligible for Pre-Algebra in 7th grade. |
Description: ratios and proportional relationships, the number system, expressions and equations, geometry, statistics and probability |
Description: Rational Numbers, Powers and Exponents, Multiply and Divide Monomials, Scientific notation, Roots, Real Numbers, Solve two and three step equations, rate of changes, Slope, polygons, volume of cylinders, rotations, reflections, statistics, measures of variations |
Math Accelerated: A Pre-Algebra Program (Honors) | Algebra 1 (High School Credit) |
High School Math Track
Grade Level |
HS Math (Honors) |
HS Math (Regular) |
9th Grade | Geometry HN | Algebra 1 or Geometry |
10th Grade | Algebra 2 Trig HN | Algebra 2 or Geometry |
11th Grade | Math Analysis HN | Trigonometry or Algebra 2 |
12th Grade | AP Calculus | Math Analysis or Trigonometry |
Note: To receive the College Prep Diploma, a student is required to take and pass a math every year of his/her high school career. For example, if a student takes Algebra 1 in the 8th grade, he/she would need five years of math. If a student takes Algebra1 in the 9th grade, he/she would need four years of math. |