We prepare students to become self-sufficient in their learning and problem solving, and teach them to access prior knowledge and appropriate resources in the pursuit of knowledge. We believe in balancing students’ need for strong basic skills with problem solving and critical thinking, and we are committed to the pursuit of the latter on the foundation of the former.
Our intention is to have students assume responsibility for the mathematics they explore – to understand theorems that are developed; to be able to use tools and techniques appropriately; to know how to test results for reasonability; to learn to use technology appropriately; and to welcome new challenges whose outcomes are unknown. The ultimate goal of the Math Department is to prepare each student for success in college-level courses.
AP Calculus, Algebra I, Algebra I Honors, Algebra II, Algebra II Honors, Economics, Financial Literacy, Geometry, Geometry Honors, Math 6, Math 6 College Prep, Math 7, Math 7 College Prep, Math 8, Math Analysis, Math Analysis Honors, Math Concepts, Math Reasoning, Math Reasoning Honors, Practical Math, Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, Statistics