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Algebra I

Grade Level: 9
Required: Full year – 2 Credits
Prerequisites: None

In Algebra I, properties of the set of real numbers are discussed and used to solve a wide range of problems, including solving equations for expressions. The primary goal of Algebra I is to familiarize students with algebraic expressions, with an emphasis on linear equations and other functions, and their usefulness in solving everyday problems.

Geometry

Grade Level: 10
Required: Full year – 2 credits

Prerequisites: Algebra I

Geometry is the study of points, lines, angles and figures in space. Major topics of study include formal proof, deductive and inductive reasoning, indirect proof, space, geometry and trigonometry.

 

Algebra II

Grade Level: 11
Required: Full year – 2 credits

Prerequisites: Algebra I

Algebra II is a problem-solving course designed to build on concepts learned in Algebra I. Major topics of study include linear systems, graph in space, determinants, probability, and exponential and logarithmic functions.

 

Analysis

Grade Level: 11-12
Elective: Full year - 2 credits
Prerequisites: Algebra II

Analysis is a course designed to prepare students for college calculus and linear algebra. Major topics of study include analytic geometry, sequences and series, functions, limits, trigonometry and its applications, exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, and vectors.

Calculus

Grade Level: 12
Elective:  Full year – 2 credits
Prerequisites: Algebra I and II, Geometry, Analysis

This class is an extension of the traditional four-year high school math program. It will prepare-students planning career training in scientific and technical fields.   Core topics include limits, derivatives, and integrals.

Consumer Math

Grade Level: 12
Elective:  Full year – 2 credits
Prerequisites:
None

This class will focus on the basic monetary skills needed to function in today’s society. Topics covered include: checking and savings accounts, budgeting, investing, interest and the time value of money, credit, borrowing, purchasing, leasing and taxes.
 
 
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Tasty Beef Taco on a Hard or Soft Shell, Cheese, Refried Beans, Tomatoes, Romaine Lettuce, Golden Sweet Corn, Peaches & Pears

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Chicken Tender Strips, Fluffy Brown Rice, Broccoli Trees, Oranges, Applesauce

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Individual Pepperoni & Cheese Deep Dish Pizza, Salad Greens with Dressing, Yogurt Cup, Assorted Fresh Fruit

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Carnival Corn Dog, Beef Chili with Beans, Whole Wheat Crackers, Carrot Coins, Assorted Fresh Fruit

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