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27.0610714 Algebra I CPA (Y)
27.0610721 Algebra I CP (Y)
Required of 9th grade students with Department approval
In Algebra I CP students learn to add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials and radical expressions. The students apply these skills to solve linear equations, systems of linear equations and quadratic equations. Additional topics include graphing in the coordinate plane and solving word problems.

27.0610731 Algebra I H (Y)
Required of 9th grade students Department approval required
In Algebra I H students learn to add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials and radical expressions. The students apply these skills to solve linear equations, systems of linear equations and quadratic equations. Additional topics include graphing in the coordinate plane and solving word problems.

27.0902711 Math II CP (Y)
Required of 9th grade students Department approval required
In Math II students will learn to further their equation solving skills, factor advanced polynomials, and rationalize radical expressions. Students will study the coordinate plane and learn various graphing techniques. Problems and proofs are used in the study of parallel lines, perpendicular lines, circles, special right triangles, area, and volume. Goals of the course include improvement in problem solving skills and a deeper appreciation of mathematical structure.

27.0630718 Geometry CPA (Y)
27.0630724 Geometry CP (Y)

Required of 9th and 10th grade students with Department approval
Problems and proofs are used in the study of congruent triangles, similar figures, parallel lines, circles, area, volume, the coordinate plane and polygons. Goals of the course include improvement in logical thinking skills and a deeper appreciation of mathematical structure.

27.0630732 Geometry H (Y)
Required of 9th and 10th grade students with Department approval
Honors Geometry is a course for students who have a deeper sense of logical development. The course uses deductive proofs and problems to study the coordinate plane, congruent triangles, similar figures, parallel lines, circles, area, volume and polygons.

27.0640715 Algebra II CPA (Y)
27.0640725 Algebra II CP (Y)

Required of 10th and 11th grade students with Department approval
Radicals, linear and quadratic equations, the coordinate plane, right triangle trigonometry, systems of equations, complex numbers, functions and many word problems of different types are presented.

27.0650733 Algebra II & Trigonometry H (Y)
Required of 10th and 11th grade students with Department approval systems
Radicals, linear and quadratic equations, the coordinate plane, right triangle trigonometry, of equations, complex numbers, functions and many word problems of different types are presented. In addition, word problems of a more difficult nature are studied. Other topics covered include conic sections, logarithms and trigonometry.

27.0661716 Algebra III/Trigonometry CPA (Y)
Required of 12th grade students with Department approval
This course consists of a review of radicals, logarithms, linear and quadratic equations and complex numbers. Other topics include trigonometry and preparation for the SAT.

27.0661726 Algebra III CP (Y)
Required of 12th grade students with Department approval
This course consists of a review of selected topics from Algebra and Geometry, preparation for the SAT and brief studies of topics that include probability and statistics, linear programming, matrices, logarithms, sequences and series, and right triangle trigonometry. Only students who have completed 27.0640725 are eligible for this course.

27.0670717 Analysis CPA (Y)
Required of 11th and 12th grade students with Department approval
Students in Analysis (Precalculus) continue to study the higher-level math skills needed for Calculus in college. These include trigonometry, logarithmic and exponential functions, conic sections, sequences and series, polynomial functions and vectors.

27.0670735 Analysis H (Y)
Required of 11th and 12th grade students with Department approval
Advanced Analysis (Precalculus) is designed to review the higher-level math skills in preparation for Calculus in college. These include trigonometry, logarithmic and exponential functions, quadratic equations, and matrices. Some new topics include the study of polynomial functions, vectors, and polar coordinates.

27.0710736 Calculus H (Y)
Required of 11 th and 12 th grade students with Department approval
Calculus is an advanced study of functions, limits and differentials with application in maxima and minima problems, area and volume, differential equations and numerical methods of equation solving.

27.0720746 Advanced Placement Calculus AB (Y)
Required of 12th grade students with Department approval Prerequesite: Analysis-Honors
AP Calculus AB is an advanced study of functions, limits and differentials with application in maxima and minima problems, area and volume, differential equations and numerical methods of equation solving. All students are required to take the AP exam.

27.0730747 Advanced Placement Calculus BC (Y)
Required of 12th grade students with Department approval Prerequesite: Analysis-Honors
AP Calculus BC covers all the topics of AP Calculus AB as well as vector valued functions, polar coordinates, and sequences and series. All students are required to take the AP exam.

27.0750737 Advanced Calculus H (Y)
Offered to selected students who have completed BC Calculus with Department approval
Advanced Calculus is an advanced study of multivariable functions and vector functions. Partial derivatives and gradients are used in maxima and minima problems. Multiple integrals, line integrals and surface integrals are used to find work area and volume.

27.0510712 Statistics CPA (Y)
Required of 11th and 12th grade students with Department approval
Statistics CP is designed to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Topics include mean, standard deviation, z-scores, correlation, regression, hypothesis testing, t-tests, analysis of variance, and construction of confidence intervals. Heavy emphasis is placed on the use of calculators and computers.

27.0740740 Advanced Placement Statistics (Y)
Required of 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students with Department approval
The AP Statistics course is designed to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Topics include mean, standard deviation, z-scores, correlation, regression, hypothesis testing, t-tests, analysis of variance, and construction of confidence intervals. Heavy emphasis is placed on the use of calculators and computers. All students are required to take the AP exam.