High School e-Course Offerings

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Mathematics

Algebra I

This course takes students on a journey through algebraic concepts and applications. The course focuses on linear equations, inequalities, functions, graphing, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, quadratic equations, probability, statistics, rational expressions, roots, and radicals. Students build critical-thinking skills and problem-solving techniques required to grasp algebraic fundamentals. At the end of the course, students have a knowledge of and appreciation for algebra and are prepared for future mathematics courses.

Algebra II

In this course, students learn algebraic concepts such as linear functions, linear systems, matrices, quadratic functions, polynomial functions, polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, rational functions, radical functions, conic sections, probability, statistics, sequence, series, and trigonometric functions. Throughout the course, students develop critical-thinking skills and problem-solving techniques. By the end of this course, students gain knowledge of and appreciation for algebra and problem-solving that prepare them for future mathematics courses.

Calculus

Students examine the foundational components of limits, derivatives, integrals, and series and apply this knowledge to problems in economics and physics. Derivatives are used to find lines tangent to curves and integrals. Students learn specific rules of differentiation and explore real-world applications including related rates and optimization. Students explore the graphs of functions and their first and second derivatives to determine relationships. Functions increase in complexity to include logarithmic and exponential components. Various methods of finding the area under a curve are examined and applied, and each method is supported graphically. Integration is used to revolve solids about an axis. The course ends with an exploration of series and parametric and polar scenarios. Students relate these concepts to problems in other disciplines. At the conclusion of the course, students are able to apply their knowledge to physics problems related to speed, velocity, acceleration, and jerk, and find the volume of an object with curved sides, such as a barrel.

Geometry

Through real-world examples and problems, this course encourages students to see how geometry is useful in everyday life. The course focuses on parallel lines, perpendicular lines, triangles, circles, polygons, area, volume, similarity, trigonometry, geometric reasoning, and proofs. This course also highlights building critical thinking skills and problem-solving techniques required to help students grasp geometric concepts. By the end of this course, students have knowledge of and appreciation for geometry and problem-solving that prepare them for future mathematics courses.

Pre-Algebra

Pre-Algebra helps students make a successful transition from arithmetic to algebra by focusing on basic concepts of arithmetic and the applications of mathematics. Students learn about integers, fractions, decimals, expressions, equations, ratios, proportions and percentages, inequalities, graphing, probability and statistics, and geometry. The course highlights the math skills needed to be successful in everyday life and prepares students for future mathematics courses.

Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus helps students gain the knowledge they need for success in calculus and other high school math courses. The course focuses on linear, rational, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations; systems of inequalities; matrices; trigonometry; series; sequence; probability; vectors; and analytical geometry. Throughout the course, students work to improve their critical-thinking skills and problem-solving techniques. By the end of this course, students gain knowledge of and appreciation for calculus and its applications.

Trigonometry

This course explores trigonometric functions and practical applications of trigonometry, such as solving real-life problems through engineering, physics, construction, and design. Students investigate graphs, linear functions, quadratic functions, trigonometric functions, analytical trigonometry, analytical geometry, vectors, and advanced functions. Students develop critical-thinking skills and problem-solving techniques to help them succeed in understanding and applying trigonometric principles. By the end of this course, students gain knowledge of and appreciation for trigonometry and problem-solving that will prepare them for future mathematics courses.