The first course in a three course sequence which introduces entry level topics in Number & Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry and Statistics & Probability. Passing Integrated 1 is a state graduation requirement.
The second course in a three course college prep sequence. This course focuses on quadratic expressions, equations, functions, geometry, statistics and probability.
Integrated II EXT
This course is designed for students who passed Integrated I but need a slower pace and more skill development. This course is equivalent to Integrated II and is still recognized as college prep but it is a two year course
A college prep course that is a continuation of the concepts developed in the Integrated series. Trigonometry is developed fully, Complex Numbers, Polar Equations, Functions, and Limits form the Foundation for Calculus.
Calculus and Advanced Math Topics
The course will feature a semester of statistics and a semester of topics dealing with functions, limits, derivatives, integrals, and analytic geometry. In addition, the course will include a wide variety of problem solving activities. The UC’s recognize this class as an honors course and adds an extra point for GPA computations.
Transition to College Math
This course is for students who have completed Algebra II and were not recommended or feel confident about taking Pre-Calculus. Upon completion of this course, students should be better prepared to pass the university screening examinations and will have more options open in college majors which require mathematics.
AP Calculus (AB) is a course offered to college bound students. It is an advanced study of algebra, trigonometry, geometry, complex numbers, and elementary functions. In addition, the course will include a study of differential and integral calculus.The course includes material normally covered in a semester of college study. The AP Calculus exam will be administered to interested students at the end of the year