Mathematics Courses

1200310 Algebra I - 1 Credit, 9-10
1200320 Algebra I Honors - 1 Credit, 9-10
Prerequisites: None

This course includes a rigorous, in-depth study of all of the topics included in Algebra I as well as absolute value equations and inequalities, operations with rational expressions, solving rational equations and characteristics of quadratic graphs. Algebra is required for graduation.


1206310 Geometry - 1 Credit, 9-11
1206320 Geometry Honors - 1 Credit, 9-11
1206320L Geometry Gifted (Special Placement) - 1 Credit, 9-11

Prerequisite: Algebra I

This course includes a rigorous, in-depth study of all of the Geometry topics as well as, but not limited to, truth tables, vectors, Fibonacci sequence, coordinate geometry proofs, involving circles and problems involving cross sections of solids.  Geometry is required for graduation.


1207310 Liberal Arts Math 2 - 1 Credit, 11-12
Prerequisite: Geometry

Liberal Arts Mathematics is a course designed to strengthen the mathematical skills required for college entrance exams and for further study of advanced mathematics. Topics shall include, but not be limited to, operations with real numbers, ratio and proportion, percents, the algebra of sets, integers, polynomials, factoring, algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and the geometry of angles, lines, polygons, similarity and congruence.

Special Note: This course does not satisfy the three mathematics credits required for admission to Florida state universities, some Bright Futures scholarship programs, or NCAA eligibility. This course does count as a math credit towards high school graduation.


1200330 Algebra II
1200340 Algebra II Honors
1200340L Algebra II Gifted (Special Placement)

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry - 1 Credit, 9-12

This course includes a rigorous, in-depth study of all the Algebra II topics except rational expressions and equations, absolute value equations and inequalities, all of which were previously studied in Algebra I Honors. Additional topics studied in this course include, but are not limited to, piecewise functions, binomial expansion theorem, discontinuities, asymptotic behavior in rational graphs, non-linear systems of equations, conic sections and partial sums of arithmetic and geometric series.


1200700 Mathematics for College Readiness - 1 Credit, 12

This course is designed to meet the needs of seniors who plan to attend college. Projects designed to help students research and apply to colleges, make a preliminary two-year course plan, and schedule first semester college classes will be incorporated throughout the year. Topics include, but not limited to, linear equations, quadratic equations, radical equations, polynomials, exponential equations, compound and simple interest, matrices, properties of exponents, solving systems of equations, and descriptive statistics. This course is supplemented with a graphing calculator.


1201315 Analysis of Functions Honors - 0.5 Credit, 10-12
Prerequisite: Algebra II

This course is designed to prepare students for success in Pre-Calculus. Topics include graphing, transformations of functions, polynomials, rational expressions, exponential and logarithmic functions, remainder and root theories, and removable and non-removable discontinuities. Must take with Trigonometry Honors for full year credit.


1211300 Trigonomety Honors - 0.5 Credit, 10-12
Prerequisite: Algebra II

This course is designed to prepare students to be successful in Pre-Calculus. Topics include circular functions, trigonometric identities, graphs of trig functions, particular and general solutions of trig equations and solutions of right and oblique triangles, prove Pythagorean identities; using trig in complex plane; using trigonometry in vectors.  Must take with Analysis of Function Honors for full year credit.


1202340 Precalculus - 1 Credit, 10-12
Prerequisite: Algebra II Honors

This course is designed to provide a foundation for the study of Calculus. Topics include, but are not limited to, an analysis of polynomial and trigonometric functions, Pythagorean and trigonometric identities, law of sines, law of cosines, sum and difference formulas, half angle and double angle formulas, conic sections, vectors, parametric equations, polar coordinates, finite and infinite sequences and series, and limits and continuity.


1202310 AP Calculus AB - 1 Credit, 11-12
1202320 AP Calculus BC - 1 Credit, 11-12
Prerequisite: Teacher Advisement

These courses are designed for the highly motivated college-bound student who wishes to pursue college level work while still in high school. These courses are intended for students who have a thorough knowledge of college preparatory mathematics and elementary (algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic) functions. AB topics include functions and graphs, limits and continuity, derivatives and integrals and their applications. BC topics from the AB course are presented with increased rigor and additional topics in sequences and series are included. These courses are taught utilizing graphing calculators. Based on the result of the AP exam, college credit may be awarded by participating colleges and universities.


1210300 Probability & Statistics Honors - 1 Credit, 12
Prerequisite: Algebra II

This course is designed to give students the tools needed to enable them to answer reasonable and theoretical practices real-life applications. Topics include, but are not limited to, permutations and combinations, probability distributions, normal distributions, Central Limited Theorem, sampling techniques, measures of central tendency and variability, linear regression, confidence intervals, and hypothesis tests of means and proportions.


1210320 AP Statistics 1 Credit, 11-12
Prerequisite: Algebra II and Teacher Advisement

This course is designed for the highly motivated college-bound student. The purpose of the AP course in Statistics is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collection, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. The four broad conceptual themes are exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns in advance (simulation), and statistical inference. This course is taught utilizing the T.I. 83 or T. I. 84 series of graphing calculators.