## Mathematics

**Algebra 1A**

This course will consist of Order of operations, variable expressions, integer operations, real numbers and properties, linear equations, and inequalities. It is the foundation of Algebra concepts. We will use these concepts and apply them to real world situations. The course is considered a freshman level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: None

**Algebra 1B**

This course will consist of slope, graphing functions, understanding functions, interpreting graphs, and systems of equations. It is the foundation of Graphing concepts. We will use these concepts and apply them to real world situations. The course is considered a freshman level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra 1A

**Algebra 1C**

This course will consist of Data Displays, Scatter Plots, Trend Lines, Relative Frequencies, Central Tendencies, Distribution, Introduction to Exponential Functions, Geometric Sequences, Forms of exponential Growth, Forms of Exponential Decay, Modeling with Exponential Functions, Exponential Properties with Monomials, Adding and Subtracting Polynomials, and Multiplying Binomials. We will use these concepts and apply them to real world situations. The course is considered a freshman level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra 1A & 1B

**Project Based Algebra**

Project-based learning gives students real-world opportunities to think analytically, formulate ideas, and solve increasingly complex problems using algebraic expressions. Algebra 1 combines all the elements needed for successful algebra instruction, including assessment, collaborative activities, practice, and engaging projects. The course is considered a freshman level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra Series

**Geometry A**

Students will explore basic concepts of Geometry: building blocks, parallel lines and angles, angle relationships, triangles, congruence, writing two-column proofs. The course is considered a sophomore level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra series

**Geometry B**

Students will work with new topics of geometry, including similarity, cincles, properties of quadrilaterals, right triangles and trigonometry, and deductive and inductive reasoning. The course is considered a sophomore level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra series, Geometry A

**Geometry C**

Students will work with new topics of geometry, including finding the area, perimeter, and circumference of 2 dimensional shapes, finding the surface area and volume of 3 dimensional shapes, and it will end with a unit on probability. The course is considered a sophomore level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra series, Geometry A & B

**Project Based Geometry**

Project-Based Geometry will help students build the skills and confidence that will help them conquer any mathematical problem and develop 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, and teamwork. We will use a project-based approach to integrating technology into core geometry instruction. Each project is based around a specific driving questions and takes students on a unique journey through the geometry standards. The course is considered a sophomore level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra series, Geometry Series

**Algebra 2A**

This course covers a brief algebra 1 review followed with units on linera equations and functions, linear systems and matrices, and ends with quadratic functions and factoring. The course is considered a Junior/Senior level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra & Geometry series

**Algebra 2B**

This course covers polynomials, polynomial functions, rational exponents, radical functions, exponential functions, and ends with logarithmic functions. The course is considered a Junior/Senior level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra & Geometry series, Algebra 2B

**Personal Finance**

This course will work with aspects of personal finance, including money management, budgeting, careers, banking, insurance, financial planning, etc. The course is considered a Junior/Senior level math class and is worth 0.5 credit. Prerequisite: Algebra & Geometry series

## Mathematics Support Courses

**Math Topics**

This course will consist of the major aspects of Algebra and Geometry with added emphasis on test questioning and terminology geared towards AIMS. We learn through daily small group work completed in rotations with multiple concepts and teachers each day.