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Math pathways (course flowchart)

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Mathematics is offered in three college preparatory sequences. Generally, students take a four‑year sequence that leads to readiness for the first calculus course in college. For those beginning this sequence in the 9th grade, the courses taken are Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and Pre‑Calculus.

Advanced students take a sequence that prepares them for Advanced Placement AB Calculus or its equivalent in college. The course sequence includes Algebra 1A, Geometry A, Algebra2/TrigA, Intro to Analysis and Calculus and Advanced Placement AB Calculus.

The most advanced students take a four-year honors sequence that culminates with the Advanced Placement BC Calculus exam as a senior. For those beginning this sequence in the 9th grade, the courses taken are Geometry H, Algebra2/TrigH, Analysis Honors and Advanced Placement BC Calculus.

For students taking Alg 1/1A in 9th grade, it's still possible to reach AB Calculus in 12th grade, by doing summer work.

We offer Math electives in AP Statistics and Applied Math. Other related electives (found in CTE) include various Computer Science courses, and BEAM (Business Entrepreneurship and Math).