Sergei Borushko

Kathleen Kees

Sarah Lanning

Christopher Mills

### Math Courses

## Integrated Math 1

Integrated Math 1

*Prerequisite: None*

Integrated Mathematics 1 is the
first of a three course sequence that formalizes and
extends the mathematics that students learned in
the middle grades. CCSS for mathematics has been
organized into coherent units to help students see
the connections and real applications of the different
areas of mathematics. Integrated Mathematics
1 deepens and extends understanding of linear
relationships, in part by contrasting them with
exponential phenomena, and in part by applying linear
models to data that exhibit a linear trend. Integrated
Mathematics 1 uses properties and theorems
involving congruent figures to deepen and extend
understanding of geometric knowledge from prior
grades. Units within the course include standards from
the conceptual categories of Number and Quantity,
Algebra, Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and
Probability, and present them in an interconnected
and coherent sequence. The Mathematical Practice
Standards apply throughout each unit and, together
with the content standards, prescribe that students
experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and
logical subject that makes use of their ability to make
sense of problem situations.

## Integrated Math 2

Integrated Math 2

*Prerequisite: Integrated Math 1*

Integrated Mathematics 2 is the
second of a three course sequence that formalizes
and extends the mathematics that students learned
in the middle grades. CCSS for mathematics has been
organized into coherent units to help students see the
connections and real applications of the different areas
of mathematics. Integrated Mathematics 2 focuses
on quadratic expressions, equations and functions,
and on comparing the characteristics and behavior
of these expressions, equations, and functions to
those of linear and exponential relationships from
Mathematics I. The Mathematical Practice Standards
apply throughout each unit and, together with the
content standards, prescribe that students experience
mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject
that makes use of their ability to make sense of real
world problem situations.

Integrated Math 2 Honors

*Prerequisite: Integrated Math 1*

Honors Integrated Mathematics
2 is the second of a three course sequence that
formalizes and extends mathematics to prepare
students for Advanced Placement courses after Honors
Integrated Math 3.

## Integrated Math 3

Integrated Math 3

*Prerequisite: Integrated Math 2*

Integrated Mathematics 3 is
the third of a three course sequence that extends
the mathematics learned in earlier grades. Students
completing Integrated Mathematics 3 will be prepared
for a fourth year college preparatory math course.
CCSS for mathematics has been organized into
coherent units to help students see the connections
and real applications of the different areas of
mathematics. Integrated Mathematics 3 focuses on
extending knowledge of polynomials that culminates
in the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Students
learn that arithmetic of rational expressions has the
same rules as the arithmetic of rational numbers.
Students synthesize what they learned about a variety
of function families and extend work with exponential
functions to use of logarithms. They explore the effects
of transformations on graphs of diverse functions.
Students develop the Laws of Sines and Cosines in
order to find missing measures of general triangles.
Trigonometry applied beyond the right triangle builds
to the idea of radian measure for angles and extend
the domain of the trigonometric functions to all
real numbers. Students relate to different types of
data, probability distributions, and different ways of
collecting data from previous courses. Students extend
their understanding of modeling in the context of
functions, parameters and domains of functions. The
Mathematical Practice Standards apply throughout
each unit and, together with the content standards,
prescribe that students experience mathematics as a
coherent, useful, and logical subject that makes use
of their ability to make sense of real world problem
situations.

Integrated Math 3 Honors

*Prerequisite: Integrated Math 2*

The Honors Integrated
Mathematics pathway is designed for students who
have shown they are ready for an advanced course
sequence that includes Plus Standards as well as
Pre-Calculus Standards. In addition to topics taught in
Integrated Mathematics 3, this honors course presents
more extensive work in trigonometric functions and
identities, inverse functions and representations of
functions. Students completing Honors Integrated
Mathematics 3 will be prepared for AP Calculus.

## Advanced Algebra w/ Financial App

Advanced Algebra with Financial
Applications

*Prerequisite: Algebra 1/ Integrated Math 1*

This course employs math
concepts to solve financial problems that occur in
everyday life. Real‐world problems in investing, credit,
banking, auto insurance, mortgages, employment,
income taxes, budgeting, and planning for retirement
are solved by applying the relevant mathematics.

## AP Math Courses

AP Calculus AB

Prerequisite: Pre‐Calculus

Students will explore the key
concepts, methods, and applications of single‐variable
calculus including functions, graphs, limits, derivatives,
integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
Students will become familiar with concepts, results,
and problems expressed in multiple ways including
graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally. The
use of technology will help students solve problems,
experiment, interpret results, and support conclusions.
The course prepares students to take the Advanced
Placement Calculus AB examination.

AP Statistics

*Prerequisite: Integrated Math 2*

Students will learn about the
major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing,
and drawing conclusions from data. Students will
develop analytical and critical thinking skills as you
learn to describe data patterns and departures from
patterns, plan and conduct studies, use probability
and simulation to explore random phenomena,
estimate population parameters, test hypotheses, and
make statistical inferences. Related applications to
psychology, social science, natural science, business,
and engineering will be explored. The course prepares
students to take the Advanced Placement Statistics
examination.