Course Descriptions - Mathematics

Academic Math 0.5 Credit(s) #3901
Purpose:
Description: This semester course is designed to give students a background in mathematics necessary to help them be successful in Algebra I. The course will cover integers, fractions, the basic properties of math, order of operations, variable expressions, solving basic equations, word problems, and graphing. Daily homework is an essential part of this course.
Prerequisites:
Linear Equations 0.5 Credit(s) #3915
Purpose:
Description: In this course, students will study the relationship that exists when you display, analyze, and make predictions using univariate and bivariate data. Students will learn to write, solve, and interpret systems of two linear equations and inequalities using graphing and algebraic techniques. Students will learn to represent univariate and bivariate data to analyze relationships and make predictions. Students will learn to write, solve, graph and interpret linear equations and inequalities to modelrelationships between quantities. Students will learn to use vectors and matrices to represent univariate and bivariate relationships. Students will learn simple matrix algebra and its relationship with univariate and bivariate data.
Prerequisites:
Pre-Algebra 1 Credit(s) #3221
Purpose: This course is designed to give students a background in math to help them be successful in Algebra 1.
Description: Pre-Algebra is an introductory Algebra course. This course will cover the set of integers, terminology, and concepts of variables, expressions, solving equations, word problems and some geometry and graphing. Daily homework assignments are an essential part of this course.
Prerequisites:
Algebra 1 - Keystone 1 Credit(s) #3401
Purpose: This course is designed to enhance Algebra skills so students will attain the necessary background and proficiency required to continue in the sequence of math courses.
Description: The vocabulary of Algebra is stressed. This course is designed to improve skills for solving linear and quadratic equations, factoring, solving linear inequalities and absolute value problems, and apply skills needed to solve word problems. Graphing, exponents, and radicals will also be covered.
Prerequisites: students must have completed a full year of pre-algebra for 8th-grade teacher recommendation.
Algebra 1 Honors 1 Credit(s) #3402
Purpose: This course is designed to enhance Algebra skills so students will attain the necessary background and proficiency required to continue in the sequence of math courses.
Description: The vocabulary of Algebra is stressed. This course is designed to improve skills for solving linear and quadratic equations, factoring, linear inequalities and absolute value problems, and apply skills needed to solve word problems. Graphing, exponents, and radicals will also be covered.
Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Honors Academy or have a teacher recommendation.
Algebra 2 1 Credit(s) #3601
Purpose: This course is designed to enhance Algebra skills so students will attain the necessary background and proficiency required to continue in the sequence of math courses. The material covered in this course will also prepare students for standardized assessments.
Description: This course will include an in depth review of topics from Algebra 1. It will also include the study of quadratic equations and functions, polynomials and polynomial functions, radical functions, rational expressions, rational exponents, and probability and statistics.
Prerequisites: The student must have performed at a satisfactory or above level in Algebra 1.