Algebra II (1 credit): Algebra II is a rigorous course that offers opportunities for students to become better prepared for their first college mathematics course or for a high school pre-calculus course. (Prerequisite Alg. I). The honors status focuses on preparation for college dual-enrollment math coursework.

Algebra 2 is a continuation of material found in both Algebra 1 and Geometry. The students will apply more advanced concepts and techniques of the content as well as new material involving (but not limited to) non-linear systems, complex fractions, complex roots, and more advanced word problems applied to real world applications.The course can be considered as a prerequisite course for the content found in Pre-Calculus and college level math courses.

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Algebra II (1 credit): Algebra II is a rigorous course that offers opportunities for students to become better prepared for their first college mathematics course or for a high school pre-calculus course. (Prerequisite Alg. I). The honors status focuses on preparation for college dual-enrollment math coursework.

College Algebra (1/2 Credit): This course is a dual-credit course (Math 1310), awarding the successful student 3 college credit hours of College Algebra. (Prerequisite – Algebra II and successful grade on the college placement test

(score of 100 or greater on Elementary Algebra portion of the ACCUPLACER)

(score of 350 or greater on math portion of TSI)

(score of 100 or greater on Elementary Algebra portion of the ACCUPLACER)

(score of 350 or greater on math portion of TSI)

Geometry (1 credit): Geometry gives a solid foundation in plane, solid, and coordinate geometry. It includes both theoretical and experiential methods of learning. (Prerequisite Alg. I). Honors status focuses on preparedness for the advanced math curriculum.

In Mathematical Models with Applications, students continue to build on the Algebra I and Geometry foundations as they expand their understanding through other mathematical experiences. Students use algebraic, graphical, and geometric reasoning to recognize patterns and structure, to model information, and to solve problems from various disciplines. Students use mathematical methods to model and solve real-life applied problems involving money, data, chance, patterns, and science. Students use mathematical models from algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics and connections among these to solve problems from a wide variety of advanced applications in both mathematical and non-mathematical situations. As students do mathematics, they continually use problem-solving, language and communication, connections within and outside mathematics, and reasoning.

This class is an excellent step towards Algebra 2 and Pre-College Algebra.

This class is an excellent step towards Algebra 2 and Pre-College Algebra.