AP Calculus AB
Course Numbers: 1071 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Placement Calculus AB: In this course, students will gain an intuitive understanding of the concepts of calculus and experience with its methods and applications. This course introduces calculus and includes the following topics: elementary functions; properties of functions and their graphs; limits and continuity; differential calculus (including definition of the derivative, derivative formulas, theorems about derivatives, geometric applications, optimization problems, and rate-of-change problems); and integral calculus (including antiderivatives and the definite integral). As an Advanced Placement course, college level content will be covered. Students will take the Advanced Placement Examination.
AP Calculus BC
Course Numbers: 1211 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Placement Calculus BC: In this course, students will gain an intuitive understanding of the concepts of calculus and experience with its methods and applications, and also additional knowledge of the theoretical tools of calculus. This course addresses all of the topics in AP Calculus AB as well as the following topics: vector functions, parametric equations, and polar coordinates; rigorous definitions of finite and nonexistent limits; derivatives of vector functions and parametrically defined functions; advanced techniques of integration and advanced applications of the definite integral; and sequences and series. As an Advanced Placement course college level content will be covered. Students will take the Advanced Placement Examination.
AP Comp Sci Principles
Course Numbers: 1101 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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AP Computer Science Principles: In this course students will experience a multidisciplinary approach to the principles of computation. Students will be introduced to the creative aspects of programming, abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cybersecurity concerns and computing impacts. AP Computer Science Principles will give students the opportunity to use technology to address real-world problems and build relevant solutions. Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science. As an Advanced Placement course college level content will be covered. Students will take the Advanced Placement Examination.
AP Computer Science
Course Numbers: 1091 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Placement Computer Science: In this course, students will solve problems by writing, running, and debugging computer programs; use commonly used algorithms and data structures; and develop and select appropriate algorithms and data structures to solve problems. Students will also code fluently in an object-oriented paradigm using Java. Furthermore, students will read and understand a large program consisting of several classes and interacting objects, showing an ability to read and understand a description of the design and development process leading to such a program. As an Advanced Placement course college level content will be covered. Students will take the Advanced Placement Examination.
AP Statistics
Course Numbers: 1081 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Placement Statistics: In this course, students will be introduced to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students will be exposed to four broad conceptual themes: exploring data, sampling and experimentation, anticipating patterns, and statistical inference. As an Advanced Placement course college level content will be covered. Students will take the Advanced Placement Examination.
Dual Enrollment Comp Sci
Course Numbers: 1111 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Dual Enrollment Computer Science: In this course, students will be enrolled in a Computer Science course at a Community College, 4 year College, or University while being dual enrolled at the high school. Students who pass their Computer Science course at the college/university will receive credit on their college transcript and also on their high school transcript.
Dual Enrollment Math
Course Numbers: 1061 (1.00)(A)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Dual Enrollment Mathematics - Dual Enrollment Mathematics : In this course, students will be enrolled in an Mathematics course at a Community College, 4 year College, or University while being dual enrolled at the high school. Students who pass their math course at the college/university will receive credit on their college transcript and also on their high school transcript.
Adv Top Computer Sci
Course Numbers: 1182 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Topics in Computer Science: In this course, students will extend their foundation in computer programming. This course addresses computer technology and information technology, emphasizing the role of computers as tools to communicate more effectively, conduct research more efficiently, and increase productivity. Students will also address the legal and ethical issues involved with computer technology and use. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Adv Topics Trig
Course Numbers: 1052 (1.00)(H), 1053 (1.00)(C), 1054 (1.00)(C), 1055 (1.00)(C), 1056 (1.00)(C), 1057 (1.00)(C), 1058 (1.00)(C), 1050 (1.00)(C)
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Advanced Topics in Mathematics with Trigonometry: In this course, students will explore trigonometry and Algebra II topics, including right trigonometric and circular functions, inverses, and graphs; trigonometric identities and equations; solutions of right and oblique triangles; complex numbers; numerical tables; field properties and theorems; set theory; operations with rational and irrational expressions; factoring of rational expressions; in-depth study of linear equations and inequalities; quadratic equations; solving systems of linear and quadratic equations; graphing of constant, linear, and quadratic equations; and properties of higher degree equations.
AdvTopics Comp Sci Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1212 (0.50)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Topics in Computer Science Part 1: In this course, students will extend their foundation in computer programming. This course addresses computer technology and information technology, emphasizing the role of computers as tools to communicate more effectively, conduct research more efficiently, and increase productivity. Students will also address the legal and ethical issues involved with computer technology and use. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Algebra
Course Numbers: 1502 (1.00)(H), 1822 (0.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Algebra: (This course is the credit bearing course for Algebra taken in the 8th grade.) In this course, students will engage in concepts addressed in Math 8 and Algebra I. The course addresses deeper understanding and application of linear and exponential relationships; contrasting linear and exponential relationships and analyzing, solving, and using quadratic functions; applying the laws of exponents to square and cube roots; and applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend. As an honors-level course combining content from two courses, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Algebra I
Course Numbers: 1012 (1.00)(H), 1019 (1.00)(H), 1013 (1.00)(C), 1014 (1.00)(C), 1015 (1.00)(C), 1016 (1.00)(C), 1017 (1.00)(C), 1018 (1.00)(C), 1010 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Algebra I: In this course, students will deepen and extend understanding of linear and exponential relationships; contrast linear and exponential relationships with each other and engage in methods for analyzing, solving, and using quadratic functions; extend the laws of exponents to square and cube roots; and apply linear models to data that exhibit a trend. Students will study properties and operations of the real number system; evaluate rational algebraic expressions; solve linear equations and inequalities; graph linear, quadratic and exponential equations; translate word problems into equations; perform operations on and factor polynomials; and solve simple quadratic equations.
Algebra II
Course Numbers: 1042 (1.00)(H), 1049 (1.00)(H), 1043 (1.00)(C), 1044 (1.00)(C), 1045 (1.00)(C), 1046 (1.00)(C), 1047 (1.00)(C), 1048 (1.00)(C), 1040 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Algebra II: In this course, students will perform operations on rational expressions; expand understandings of functions and graphing to include trigonometric functions; synthesize and generalize functions and extend that understanding to logarithmic functions; relate data display and summary statistics to probability, and explore a variety of data collection methods. Students continue to expand and hone their abilities to model situations and solve complicated equations, including solving quadratic equations over the set of complex numbers and solving exponential equations using the properties of logarithms.
Calculus
Course Numbers: 1202 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Calculus: In this course, students will gain an intuitive understanding of the concepts of calculus and gain experience with its methods and applications. This is an introduction and includes the following topics: derivatives, differentiation, integration, the definite and indefinite integral, and applications of calculus. This course also strengthens students’ previously attained knowledge of pre-calculus topics (some combination of trigonometry, elementary functions, analytic geometry, and math analysis). As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deep level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Comp Science I
Course Numbers: 1092 (1.00)(H), 1093 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Computer Science I: In this course, students will gain a foundation in computer programming. This course addresses computer technology (including hardware devices, programming languages, creation of applications, controls and add objects, property values, commenting, variables, constants and key words); program flow (including decision structures, random numbers, Boolean expressions, counters and check boxes); looping structures (including for and while loops, input boxes, string and character manipulation); mathematical and business functions (including formatting numeric output, list and combo boxes, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential methods); and arrays and structures (including one and two-dimensional arrays, search algorithms, dynamic arrays, and enumerated types). Students will solve problems by writing programs and completing applications using structured programming techniques. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Comp Science II
Course Numbers: 1102 (1.00)(H), 1103 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Computer Science II: In this course, students will gain an advanced foundation in computer programming. The following concepts will be taught in Java, since Java is so widely used. Students will develop an understanding of how to edit, compile and execute a Java program. Basic Javas semantics as well as the debugging of a Java program will also be addressed in this course. If and else-if statements, while and for loops, nested control and errors in loops will be closely examined in this course. Additionally, students will develop Java-generated Applets for use on the World Wide Web. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Computer Sci Principles
Course Numbers: 1242 (1.00)(H), 1243 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Computer Science Principles - In this course, students will explore seven big ideas which encompass fundamental ideas in the art of programming from foundational to computing. The seven big ideas include: computing is a creative activity; abstraction reduces information and detail to facilitate focus on relevant concepts; algorithms are used to develop and express solutions to computational problems, programming enables problem solving, human expression, and creation of knowledge; the internet pervades modern computing; and computing has global impacts. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Exploring Computer Sci
Course Numbers: 1232 (1.00)(H), 1233 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Exploring Computer Science - In this course, students will have the opportunity to explore the key topics of computer programming, web design, data analysis and how these are integral in the IT workplace. Students, through this course will develop the computational practices of algorithm development, problem solving and programming within the context of problems that are relevant to their lives. Students will also be introduced to topics such as interface design, limits of computer, and societal and ethical issues. Three themes that will be addressed include: The creative nature of computing, technology as a tool for solving problems and the relevance of computer science and its impact on society. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Financial Literacy
Course Numbers: 1222 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Financial Literacy: In this course, students will begin to develop the skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment, and charitable giving in the global economy. Five broad topics will be the foundation of the course: college and career planning; money management; savings and investing; income; and spending. Students will search and assess college and career opportunities, identify and prioritize their personal money management goals, develop personal spending and saving plans, comprehend the impact of time on the value of money, understand the cost of using credit, and protecting assets. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Financial Literacy Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1292 (0.50)(H), 1293 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Financial Literacy Part 1: In this course, students will begin to develop the skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment, and charitable giving in the global economy. Five broad topics will be the foundation of the course: college and career planning; money management; savings and investing; income; and spending. Students will search and assess college and career opportunities, identify and prioritize their personal money management goals, develop personal spending and saving plans, comprehend the impact of time on the value of money, understand the cost of using credit, and protecting assets. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Geometry
Course Numbers: 1022 (1.00)(H), 1029 (1.00)(H), 1023 (1.00)(C), 1024 (1.00)(C), 1025 (1.00)(C), 1026 (1.00)(C), 1027 (1.00)(C), 1028 (1.00)(C), 1020 (1.00)(C)
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Geometry: In this course, students will establish criteria for congruence of triangles based on rigid motions; establish criteria for similarity of triangles based on dilations and proportional reasoning; informally develop explanations of circumference, area, and volume formulas; apply the Pythagorean Theorem to the coordinate plane; prove basic geometric theorems; and extend work with probability. Students will explore more complex geometric situations and deepen their explanations of geometric relationships, presenting and hearing formal mathematical arguments. Transformations are emphasized in this course.
Math Analysis
Course Numbers: 1262 (1.00)(H), 1263 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Math Analysis - In this course, students will study concepts of algebra, geometry, statistics and probability in relevant, engaging contexts, emphasizing statistical and financial applications. Students will solve real-world problems and apply concepts of Algebra to decision-making through the analysis of data, modeling change, and mathematical relationships. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Pre-Calculus
Course Numbers: 1062 (1.00)(H), 1069 (1.00)(H), 1063 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Pre-Calculus: In this course, students will extend work with complex numbers; expand understanding of logarithms and exponential functions; use characteristics of polynomial and rational functions to sketch graphs of those functions; and perform operations with vectors. Pre-calculus combines the trigonometric, geometric, and algebraic techniques needed to prepare students for the study of calculus, and strengthens students’ conceptual understanding of problems and mathematical reasoning in solving problems. Facility with these topics is especially important for students intending to study calculus, physics, and other sciences, and/or engineering in college. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Statistics
Course Numbers: 1082 (1.00)(H), 1083 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Statistics: In this course, students will focus on descriptive statistics, with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics typically include event probability, normal probability distribution, collection and description of data, frequency tables and graphs, measures of central tendency and variability, random variables, and random sampling. Course topics may also include covariance and correlation, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. As an honors-level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Topic in Alg and Geo
Course Numbers: 1032 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Topics in Algebra and Geometry: In this course, students will study pre-algebra, algebra, and introductory geometry topics, including the study and applications of formulas, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities; the rectangular coordinate system; area, perimeter, and volume of geometric figures; and properties of triangles and circles. Particular emphasis will be placed on concepts and skills necessary for success in Algebra II. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Topics in Alg Geo
Course Numbers: 1039 (1.00)(H), 1033 (1.00)(C), 1034 (1.00)(C), 1035 (1.00)(C), 1036 (1.00)(C), 1037 (1.00)(C), 1038 (1.00)(C), 1030 (1.00)(C)
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Topics in Algebra and Geometry: In this course, students will study pre-algebra, algebra, and introductory geometry topics, including the study and applications of formulas, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities; the rectangular coordinate system; area, perimeter, and volume of geometric figures; and properties of triangles and circles. Particular emphasis will be placed on concepts and skills necessary for success in Algebra II.
Adv Topics Comp Sci Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1213 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Topics in Computer Science Part 1: In this course, students will extend their foundation in computer programming. This course addresses computer technology and information technology, emphasizing the role of computers as tools to communicate more effectively, conduct research more efficiently, and increase productivity. Students will also address the legal and ethical issues involved with computer technology and use.
Adv Topics Trig Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1283 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Advanced Topics in Mathematics with Trigonometry Part 1: In this course, students will explore trigonometry and Algebra II topics, including right trigonometric and circular functions, inverses, and graphs; trigonometric identities and equations; solutions of right and oblique triangles; complex numbers; numerical tables; field properties and theorems; set theory; operations with rational and irrational expressions; factoring of rational expressions; in-depth study of linear equations and inequalities; quadratic equations; solving systems of linear and quadratic equations; graphing of constant, linear, and quadratic equations; and properties of higher degree equations.
Algebraic Reasoning
Course Numbers: 1193 (1.00)(C), 1194 (1.00)(C), 1196 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Algebraic Reasoning: In this course, students will accelerate their understanding of Algebra where curricular gaps may exist; upon successful completion of this course the student will be prepared for entry-level college coursework. This course addresses operations of real numbers, graphs of linear equations and inequalities, arithmetic on polynomial expressions, properties of exponents, perimeters and areas of 2D figures, scientific notation, and intrasystem metric conversions. Students will factor polynomials, perform arithmetic operations on rational expressions and complex fractions, solve rational, quadratic and literal equations; apply the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems, simplify radical expressions containing numerical and variable radicands, and solve systems of linear equations.
Concepts Apps in Algebra
Course Numbers: 1253 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Concepts and Applications in Algebra - In this course, students will explore a range of topics such as number operations and solving equations to sets to strengthen and apply their Math skills. Students will take this course alongside Algebra or Geometry to support them in their mastery of mathematical concepts.
Financial Literacy Pt 1A
Course Numbers: 1273 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Financial Literacy Pt 1A: In this course, students will begin to develop the skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment, and charitable giving in the global economy. Five broad topics will be the foundation of the course: college and career planning; money management; savings and investing; income; and spending. Students will search and assess college and career opportunities, identify and prioritize their personal money management goals, develop personal spending and saving plans, comprehend the impact of time on the value of money, understand the cost of using credit, and protecting assets.
Intro Comp Prog
Course Numbers: 1173 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Introduction to Computer Programming: In this course, students will construct computer programs in one or more languages. This course provides comprehensive instruction on four popular Microsoft Office 2007 programs: Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Students will structure, create, document, and debug programs, and as they progress, more emphasis will be placed on design, style, clarity, and efficiency. Students will apply the skills they learn to relevant applications such as modeling, data management, graphics, and text-processing, and engage in interdisciplinary projects. Additionally, students will learn about web design and basic computer programming using Visual Basic. Other computer languages, such as BASIC, JAVA, Pascal, C++, and COBOL, may be used.
MCAS Math
Course Numbers: 1143 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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MCAS Mathematics: In this full-year course, students will deepen and extend their understanding of topics addressed on the 10th grade MCAS: linear and exponential relationships; extend the laws of exponents to square and cube roots; and apply linear models to data that exhibit a trend. Students will continue their study of properties and operations of the real number system; solve and graph linear equations and inequalities; translate word problems into equations; and solve problems using area, perimeter, and volume of geometric figures. Students will study angle relationships, the Pythagorean Theorem, the rectangular coordinate system, ratio and proportion, estimation, formulas. Individual student needs will be identified and addressed.
MCAS Math - Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1153 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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MCAS Mathematics - Pt 1: In this half-year course, students will deepen and extend their understanding of concepts introduced in Algebra I and Geometry. Students will use equations to model real world situations; strengthen number sense ability, use surface area and volume and measures of central tendency to solve problems. Individual student needs will be identified and addressed. Particular emphasis will be placed on topics addressed on the 10th grade MCAS. (Note: this course is identical to MCAS Math, Part 2)
MCAS Math - Pt 2
Course Numbers: 1163 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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MCAS Mathematics - Pt 2: In this half-year course, students will deepen and extend their understanding of concepts introduced in Algebra I and Geometry. Students will use equations to model real world situations; strengthen number sense ability, use surface area and volume and measures of central tendency to solve problems. Individual student needs will be identified and addressed. Particular emphasis will be placed on topics addressed on the 10th grade MCAS. (Note: this course is identical to MCAS Math, Part 1)
MCAS Math Pt 1A
Course Numbers: 1203 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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MCAS Mathematics - Pt 1A: In this quarter-year course, students will deepen and extend their understanding of concepts introduced in Algebra I and Geometry. Students will use equations to model real world situations; strengthen number sense ability, use surface area and volume and measures of central tendency to solve problems. Individual student needs will be identified and addressed. Particular emphasis will be placed on topics addressed on the 10th grade MCAS.
Numeracy - Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1123 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy - Pt 1: In this half-year elective course, students will strengthen foundational math skills and increase their understanding of Algebra I by addressing properties of rational numbers (i.e., number theory). Emphasis will be placed on operations with number systems, ratio, proportion, estimation, exponents and radicals.
Numeracy - Pt 2
Course Numbers: 1133 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy - Pt 2: In this half-year elective course, students will strengthen foundational math skills and increase their understanding of Algebra I by addressing properties of rational numbers (i.e., number theory). Emphasis will be placed on applications of number systems, the rectangular coordinate system, formulas, and solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities.
Numeracy Application 9
Course Numbers: 1397 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy Application 10
Course Numbers: 1407 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Application 11
Course Numbers: 1417 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Application 12
Course Numbers: 1427 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Development 9
Course Numbers: 1317 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy Development 10
Course Numbers: 1327 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Development 11
Course Numbers: 1337 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Development 12
Course Numbers: 1347 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy I
Course Numbers: 1113 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy I: In this full-year elective course, students will strengthen foundational math skills and increase their understanding of Algebra I by addressing properties of rational numbers (i.e., number theory), ratio, proportion, estimation, exponents and radicals, the rectangular coordinate system, formulas, and solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities.
NUmeracy II
Course Numbers: 1183 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy II: In this full-year elective course, students will continue to strengthen foundational math skills and increase their understanding of Algebra I by addressing properties of rational numbers (i.e., number theory), ratio, proportion, estimation, exponents and radicals, the rectangular coordinate system, formulas, and solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities.
Numeracy Skills 9
Course Numbers: 1357 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Numeracy Skills 10
Course Numbers: 1367 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Skills 11
Course Numbers: 1377 (1.00)(C)
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Numeracy Skills 12
Course Numbers: 1387 (1.00)(C)
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Pre Algebra
Course Numbers: 1433 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Pre-Algebra: In this course, students will engage in concepts addressed in Math 7 and Math 8, such as a study of properties and operations of real numbers, rational number theory, ratio and proportion, estimation, exponents, radicals, rectangular coordinates, formulas, solving linear equations and inequalities, and translating word problems into equations and inequalities. There will be an emphasis on readiness for Algebra I.
Statistics Pt 1
Course Numbers: 1303 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Mathematics
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Statistics Part 1: In this course, students will focus on descriptive statistics, with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics typically include event probability, normal probability distribution, collection and description of data, frequency tables and graphs, measures of central tendency and variability, random variables, and random sampling. Course topics may also include covariance and correlation, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.