A total of four (4) Mathematics credits are required for graduation. Students who score Proficient or Advanced on the Keystone Algebra Exam will only be required to complete 3.00 credits in mathematics. Personal Finance can be used as a math credit. Students who elect to take Personal Finance as a math credit will also be required to complete one of the following courses: Gamemaker Programming, Introduction to Computer Programming, AP Computer Programming, AP Computer Programming Principles or STEM Robotics and Engineering 1 or 2.

Grade 9-10 | 1.00 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1311 |

Grades 9-10 | 1.00 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1312 |

This course is designed as the second half of Algebra 1. Topics covered will be properties of exponents, polynomial operations and factoring. Students will learn how to solve quadratic and radical equations. Data Analysis and Displays will also be covered. There will be an extensive amount of time reviewing concepts from Algebra 1A and introduction of concepts on Module 2 of the Keystone Exam. This course is recommended for students who have taken Algebra 1A. The students taking this course will take the Keystone exam in January and at the end of the year.

Grades 9-10 | 1.00 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1321 |

In this course, students will become acquainted with the functional use and importance of Algebra in higher mathematics and science. This course also emphasizes the importance of Algebra in everyday life and allows students to appreciate the deductive nature of mathematics. Topics to be discussed will include symbols and sets, variable and open sentences, axioms, equations, linear equations dealing with slope and intercepts, negative numbers and inequalities, polynomials, special products and factoring, algebraic fractions, graphs, equations with two variables and the real number system. Concepts from both Module 1 and 2 of the Keystone Exam will be covered. Students will take the Keystone exam at the end of the year.

Grades 9-12 |
1.00 Credit |
Level 1 |
Course # 1331 |

In this course, students will be provided with an understanding of algebra as a study of the structure of the real number system. Students will also learn how to solve mathematical equations and comprehend the function concept and its importance in mathematics. Students will become proficient in the use of the graphing calculator. Topics include sets, axioms for real numbers, open sentences in one and two variables, functions, factoring polynomials, rational and irrational numbers, systems of equations, quadratic, cubic and quartic equations, graphing functions and imaginary and complex numbers. This course will also remediate Algebra I skills and help students to become proficient on the Keystone Exam.

Grades 9-12 |
1.00 Credit |
Level 2 |
Course # 1332 |

In this course, college bound students will be provided with an understanding and applications of algebra as a study of the structure of the real number system. Students will also learn how to solve mathematical equations and comprehend the function concept and its importance in mathematics. Students will become proficient in the use of the graphics calculator. Topics include sets, axioms for real numbers, open sentences in one and two variables, functions, factoring polynomials, rational and irrational numbers, quadratic equations, rational expressions and equations, and graphing functions.

Grades 9-12 |
1.00 Credit |
Level 1 |
Course # 1341 |

The student enrolled in this class will gain experience with integrated solids and coordinate geometry. The use of Algebra skills in this class is very vital to the student's success. The student will develop logical thought patterns in relation to real life applications. Topics in this course include elements of geometry and inductive and deductive reasoning. The study of various one and two-dimensional polygons is also an important part of this class. The use of the Pythagorean Theorem, circles arcs, and the study of volume all play an important part in the student's development and enhancement of skills. Students will be permitted to utilize study guides on assessments.

Grades 9-12 |
1.00 Credit |
Level 2 |
Course # 1342 |

The student enrolled in this class will gain experience with integrated solids and coordinate geometry. The use of Algebra skills in this class is very vital to the student's success. The student will develop logical thought patterns in relation to real life applications. Topics in this course include elements of geometry, inductive and deductive reasoning along with proof relationships. The study of various one and two-dimensional polygons is also an important part of this class. The use of the Pythagorean Theorem, circles arcs, constructions, loci and the study of volume all play an important part in the student's development and enhancement of skills. All topics will be covered in depth with application and enrichment.

Grade 12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1351 |

This is a level 1 course that will concentrate on math foundations and applications which are necessary to pass exams for entrance into the trades apprenticeship programs. Topics will include fractions, decimals, ratio, percent, measurement, basic algebra, and geometry. There will also be a financial literacy component.

Grades 10-12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1361 |

This course will reinforce and expand students ' knowledge of algebra and introduce them to the field of trigonometry. They will use polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions to solve problems. They will use the graphs of conic sections, polar coordinates, and complex numbers to solve problems. This class will rely on using a calculator to solve problems.

Grades 10-12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 3 | Course # 1362 |

This is an AP course, designed to prepare students for AP Calculus. This course will reinforce and expand students' knowledge of algebra and introduce them to the field of trigonometry. It is a prerequisite for the study of mathematics at the college level. They will use polynomial, trigonometric, parametric, exponential, and logarithmic functions to solve problems. They will use the graphs of conic sections, polar coordinates, and complex numbers to solve problems. In addition, matrices will be studied and used to solve systems of equations. Students will be required to take the AP Exam or take a final exam at the end of the school year. Students will be responsible for the cost of the AP Exam.

Grades 11-12 |
1.00 Credit |
Level 2 |
Course # 1371 |

This course will introduce students to basic concepts that will enable them to continue in fields of statistical studies. Topics include frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variability, probability, normal distribution, linear correlation, and regression hypothesis testing. The exploration of these topics will involve computer based applications. Students will program spreadsheets and create Visual BASIC applications to organize and analyze data under study.

Grades 11-12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 3 | Course # 1363 |

This course is equivalent to the first calculus course taken in college. It is designed to introduce students to mathematics at the college level. Students will study the concepts of limit, derivative and the integral with algebraic and transcendental functions. Students will apply these concepts to solve mathematical problems in science, business and other academic areas. Students will be required to take the AP Exam or take a final exam at the end of the school year. Students will be responsible for the cost of the AP Exam.

Grade 12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 3 | Course # 1364 |

This course will review all concepts learned in first year calculus and concentrate on the theory and application. In addition, it will cover slope field, integration by parts, separation of variables and differential equations. Taylor polynomials and series, polar equations, and parametric equations. Students will be required to take the AP Exam or take a final exam at the end of the school year. Students will be responsible for the cost of the AP Exam.

Grades 11-12 | 1.00 Credit | Level 3 | Course # 1373 |

AP Statistics is the equivalent of a first semester college course in introductory statistics. This course draws connections between all aspects of the statistical process, including: sampling and experimentation, exploring data, probability and random phenomena, and statistical inference. Students learn to use graphing calculators and to read computer output to enhance the development of statistical understanding. Real world examples and lab activities from a variety of disciplines showcase the broad applications of statistics. Students will be required to take the AP Exam or take a final exam at the end of the school year. Students will be responsible for the cost of the AP Exam.

Grades 10-12 | .50 Credit | Level 1 | Course # 1381 |

This course that will cover the use of the TI-84 Graphing Calculator. The course will begin with basic calculator skills and functions and progress to advanced skills. These skills will include graphing analysis, statistical analysis, trigonometry, matrices and basic programming skills. Students enrolled in this course must have a graphing calculator.

Grades 9-12 | .50 Credits | Level 1 | Course # 2611 |

Personal Finance is a one-semester course designed to prepare students to effectively manage their money and make wise financial decisions as they become independent adults. This course will be taught through traditional and virtual learning methods. Students will learn how to effectively manage, earn, and borrow money as well as manage risk, save, invest, and utilize financial services.

**Beginning with the graduating class of 2020-2021 a student who successfully completes a course in Personal Finance during grades nine through twelve shall be permitted to apply the credit earned towards social studies or mathematics. The course cannot count towards both.

**Beginning with the graduating class of 2020-2021 a student who successfully completes a course in Personal Finance during grades nine through twelve shall be permitted to apply the credit earned towards social studies or mathematics. The course cannot count towards both.

Grades 10-12 .5 Credit Level 1 Course #1382

This course is designed for students who have successfully completed Honors Algebra II and find themselves asking the question ”When am I ever going to use this?” Students will develop knowledge, understanding, and skills that will enable them to apply mathematical ideas and strategies in real-life situations. These include physical, economic, sport, and environmental applications. Polynomial functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, inverse functions, and conic sections will be used. This class can be taken alongside a “traditional” mathematics course or taken as an alternative and will focus on projects and learning through problem-solving.