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This course
demonstrates how mathematical concepts are applied to solve real-world
problems in all areas of the student’s life. Mathematical modeling,
graphical analysis, and computer applications are used as tools in
solving math related activities. Some topics included are: simple and
compound interest, depreciation, probability, statistics and graphical
representation of statistical information, income taxation, and
extrapolation.

**Grades 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite: Algebra R or Algebra RA/RB**

**Algebra Regents A**

This is the
first year of a two-year course that counts towards mathematical
commencement requirements and meets New York State’s mathematics
requirements towards earning a Regents Diploma. This course is aligned
to the Common Core Learning Standards. Students will study foundations
of algebra, linear equations and inequalities, linear functions
(including domain and range), linear word problems and systems of
equations, operations with polynomials, and factoring polynomials.

**Grade 9
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
**

**Algebra Regents B**

This
is the second year of a two-year course that counts towards
mathematical commencement requirements and meets New York State’s
mathematics requirements towards earning a Regents Diploma. This course
is aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards, intended to be the
second of the three year sequence for graduation. Students will study
factoring quadratics by various methods, parabolas, applications with
quadratic functions (transformations, real-world application word
problems, and quadratic-linear systems of equations), mixed functions
(linear, quadratic, exponential, square root, cubed root, and absolute
value), piece-wise and step functions, series and sequences, univariate
statistics and bivariate statistics.

**Grade 10
Full year subjectAlgebra 1 Common Core exam**

1 unit of credit

**Algebra Regents**

This
is a year-long course that counts towards mathematical commencement
requirements and meets New York State’s mathematics requirements towards
earning a Regents Diploma. This course is aligned to the Common Core
Learning Standards, intended to be the first of a three year sequence.
Students will study linear equations and inequalities, linear
regression models, quadratic and exponential expressions (including
rational exponents), quadratic functions, and formalize and extend the
concept of functions (including function notation, domain and range,
and exploration of many types of functions). This course is followed by
Geometry.

**Grade 9
Full year subject
Algebra 1 Common Core exam**

1 unit of credit

**Geometry**

This
is a one-year course that counts towards a student’s mathematical
commencement requirements and meets New York State’s mathematics
requirements towards earning a Regents Diploma. It is aligned to the
Common Core Learning Standards and is intended to be the second year of a
three year sequence. This course employs an integrated approach to the
study of connecting algebra to geometric relationships and proofs.
Properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles will receive
particular attention. Congruence and similarity of triangles will be
established using appropriate theorems; transformations including
rotations, reflections, translations, and glide reflections and
coordinate geometry will be used to establish and verify geometric
relationships; and topics in trigonometry extending to three-dimensional
geometry will be explored.

**Grade 10, 11, 12
Full year subject
School exam
1 unit of credit
Prerequisite: Math Algebra R or Algebra RB
**

**Geometry Regents**

This is
a one-year course that counts towards a student's mathematical
commencement requirements and meets New York State's mathematical
commencement requirements toward earning a Regents Diploma or a Regents
Diploma with Advanced Designation. It is aligned to the Common Core
Learning Standards and is intended to be the second year of a three
year sequence. This course employs an integrated approach to the study
of connecting algebra to geometric relationships and proofs. Properties
of triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles will receive particular
attention. Congruence and similarity of triangles will be established
using appropriate theorems; transformations including rotations,
reflections, translations, and glide reflections and coordinate geometry
will be used to establish and verify geometric relationships; and
topics in trigonometry extending to three-dimensional geometry will be
explored.

**Grades 10, 11, 12
Full year subject
Geometry Common Core Exam
1 unit of credit
Prerequisite: Algebra R or Algebra RB
**

**Geometry Honors**

This is a one-year credit-bearing course that counts towards a student’s
mathematical commencement requirements and meets New York State’s
mathematics requirements towards earning a Regents Diploma or a Regents
Diploma with Advanced Designation. It is aligned to the Common Core
Learning Standards and is intended to be the second year of a three
year sequence. This is an advanced course that includes all the topics
from Geometry R and explores more complex geometric relationships.
Students enrolled in Geometry Honors move at a faster pace than those in
Geometry R and work well beyond the Geometry R curriculum. This course
employs an integrated approach to the study of geometric relationships
and proofs. Congruence and similarity of triangles will be established
using appropriate theorems. Transformations including rotations,
reflections, translations, and glide reflections and coordinate
geometry will be used to establish and verify geometric relationships.
Properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles will receive
particular attention. This course also includes topics in
three-dimensional geometry.

**Grades 9
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
Geometry Common Core exam
Prerequisite: Accelerated 8th grade math with a mastery grade on the Integrated Algebra exam**

This is a one year course intended to be the third course in mathematics for
high school students. This course meets the requirement for a Regents
diploma. An emphasis will be
placed on problem solving, analysis, reasoning, patterns, modeling
measurement and functions. Topics of study include: trigonometric
equations, functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions,
statistics, probability and sequences. The graphing calculator will be
used throughout the year.

**Grades 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite: Geometry or Geometry R**

This is
a one year course intended to be the third course in Common Core
mathematics for high school students. An emphasis will be placed on
problem solving, analysis, reasoning, patterns, modeling measurement and
functions. Topics of study include: polynomial, rational and radical
equations; the complex number system; exponential and logarithmic
functions; trigonometric equations, functions, and graphs; probability
and statistics; and series and sequences. The graphing calculator will
be required throughout the year. Students must have a very strong
background in Geometry R and have achieved more that the minimum
standards of success.

**Grade 10, 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
Algebra 2 Common Core exam
Prerequisite: Geometry R**

This is a one year course intended to be the third course in Common Core mathematics for high school students.
Students enrolled in Algebra 2 H move at a faster pace than those in
Algebra 2 R and work with more difficult applications of the material.
An emphasis will be placed on problem solving, analysis, reasoning,
patterns, modeling measurement and functions. Topics of study include;
polynominal, rational and radical equations; the complex number system;
exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric equations,
functions, and graphs; probability and statistics; and series and
sequences. Students planning to take Advanced Placement Calculus must
enroll in this course. The graphing calculator will be required
throughout the year. Students must have a very strong background in both
Geometry H and Integrated Algebra and have achieved more than the
minimum standard of success.

**Grade 10
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
Algebra 2 Common Core exam
Prerequisite: Geometry R and recommendation from their Geometry teacher**

This
course combines plane trigonometry and advanced algebra. Topics studied
include: numbers and functions, linear and quadratic functions,
polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic
functions. Students are expected to purchase or rent a graphing
calculator.

**Grade 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite:Algebra 2/Trigonometry or Algebra 2 R**

**Precalculus Regents**

This course
is designed to cover those topics necessary for building a strong
foundation upon which the study of calculus is based. Topics covered
include: graphing and solving polynomial and rational functions,
exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, vectors and
matrices. The graphing calculator is required throughout the year.
Students should have a strong background in previous math classes to be
successful in this course.

**Grade 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite: Algebra 2 R or Algebra 2 H**

This
course is designed especially for the student planning to take the
Advanced Placement course in Calculus the following year. Topics
include: polynomial and rational functions, exponential, logarithmic and
trigonometric functions, vectors, analytic geometry, matrices,
sequences and series. The graphing calculator is required throughout the
year. Students should have a very strong background in Algebra 2 Trig/H
to be successful in this course.

**Grades 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite: Algebra 2/Trigonometry H**

C**alculus AB Level**

This
full year college-level course is designed for accelerated students who
plan to pursue a math or science related career and wish to receive
college credit for Calculus I and/or Calculus II. Topics include a study
of limits and continuity, applications of derivatives, applications of
definite integrals, the calculus of transcendental functions and
advanced techniques of integration. The study of these topics require
the use of the graphing calculator. A. P. Calculus includes a required
lab period which meets weekly. It is recommended that students follow
the Honors program before enrolling in A.P. Calculus. Students should
have a very strong background in trigonometry and precalculus and have
achieved more than the minimum standards of success.

**Grade 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
A.P. exam ($95.00) and School exam
Prerequisite: Precalculus H**

This
full year college-level course is designed for strong accelerated
students who plan to pursue a math or science related career and wish to
receive college credit for Calculus I, II and possibly III. Topics
include a study of limits, (including the formal Epsilon-Delta
definition), limits and continuity of functions (including parametric,
polar and vector functions), applications of derivatives, applications
of definite integrals, the calculus of transcendental functions,
advanced techniques of integration, and the concept of series and
sequence. The study of these topics require the use of the graphing
calculator. A.P. Calculus BC includes a required lab period which meets
weekly. It is required that students follow the Honors program before
enrolling in BC level Calculus. Students must have a very strong
background in trigonometry and precalculus and have achieved more than
the minimum standards of success.

**Grade 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
A.P. exam ($95.00)and School exam
Prerequisite: Precalculus H**

This course
is equivalent to an introductory statistics course typically required
for majors such a social science, health science and business. The
course will introduce students to the major concepts and tools for
collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are
exposed to these conceptual themes: Exploring data, sampling,
experimentation, anticipating patterns, probability, simulation, and
statistical inference. St;Students who successfully complete the course
and exam may receive college credit for a one-semester introductory
college statistics course. Graphing calculators are required.

**Grades 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
A.P. exam ($95.00)and School exam
Prerequisite: Algebra 2/Trigonometry H (with recommendation), Precalc R, Precalc H**

This course
is intended to serve both as an introductory college course for
computer science majors and as a course for students who will major in
other disciplines that require significant involvement with computing.
The exam will require the reading and writing of programs that use Java.
Topics include program design and analysis, standard data structure,
algorithms, computer systems and case studies. Students should expect a
minimum of three hours per week of programming outside of the classroom.
Previous experience in programming would be helpful but not required.

**Grades 11, 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
A.P. exam ($95.00)and School exam
Prerequisite: G**

This
course is designed to be equivalent to an introductory college calculus
course. Topics covered will include: Functions, graphs, limits and
continuity, derivatives, integrals, applications of derivatives, and
applications of integrals. Students should have a strong understanding
of algebra, geometry, trigonometry and elementary functions.

**Grade 12
Full year subject
1 unit of credit
School exam
Prerequisite: Precalc R, Precalc H**

This course is designed to introduce and promote the concept of computer programming to students. Students will learn how to program in a disciplined style, which will result in efficient, easy to read programs. The codes will be well documented and well thought out, including use of flow charts to model the design of the code. The computer language used to teach the class will be Java.

One semester subject

1/2 unit of credit

School exam

Co-requisite: Geometry R or Geometry H

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