This will be a review/new section to prepare students for factoring, an integral part of Algebra II.
This course is designed to help students prepare for the math portion of the grade 10 MCAS Exams.

An alternative to Pre-calculus, this course provides students with an introduction to important topics in statistics by focusing on statistical thinking behind data collection and analysis. It helps students be more discerning consumers of statistics, teaching them to interpret the numbers in surveys, election polls, and medical studies. Topics include sampling, surveys, experimental design, organizing data, distributions, probability, and reference.

This course is designed to supplement the third quarter of Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry. In this online course the following topics are covered: trigonometric function and their graphs, radian, cofunctions, algebraic manipulations, identities and trigonometric word problems.

This course in single-variable calculus is equivalent to one semester of college calculus. This course is designed for those students wishing to take calculus in high school but who are not planning on taking the AP Exam in May. Topics include (I) Functions, Graphs, and Limits (II) Derivatives and (III) Integrals. The focus in this class is a strong understanding of basic calculus principles as well as strenthening college algebra skills.

This course in single-variable calculus is equivalent to one semester of college calculus. The course is in preparation for students to successfully complete the AP CalculusAB exam administrated by the College Board. Topics include (I) Functions, Graphs, and Limits (II) Derivatives and (III) Integrals. Concepts are investigated from four different perspectives – analytical, graphical, numerical, and verbal, the “Rule of Four”. Students electing this course are expected to take the AP exam in May and, depending on the results, may be granted credit and/or appropriate placement by a participation college.