Introduction to Algebra Instructor: Eric Anderson 10 cr.
A course for students that need to review the essential skills and concepts required in order to succeed in Algebra I.
This class does not apply towards an Honor diploma.
Algebra I Instructor: David Pennock 10 cr.
A step-by-step development of the basic concepts and skills of algebra; including a study of functions, set theory, positive and negative numbers, equations and inequalities, factoring, graphing, radicals, and quadratics. Problem solving techniques and applications are emphasized throughout the course.
Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on Algebra Aptitude Test.
Algebra II Instructor: David Pennock 10 cr.
An advanced course, continuing the study of functional relations and quadratics. Rational and irrational expressions, complex numbers, conic sections, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, basic concepts of trigonometry and its functions are presented.
Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry, with a minimum of "C" for each semester.
Calculus Instructor: David Pennock 10 cr.
A preparatory course for those students planning to study calculus in college. Analytic geometry, algebra, and trigonometry are integrated along with other important mathematics topics. Special emphasis is placed on the study of polynomial, rational, and exponential functions. Limits, derivatives, integrals, and their applications are studied. Open to those students with advanced standing and desiring a fourth year of mathematics.
Geometry Instructor: Amy Miller 10 cr.
A thorough study of the basic concepts of geometry, with special emphasis on individual reasoning. Brief introduction to trigonometry and coordinate geometry is included.