• Advanced Algebra 2

    A college prep course that provides a short review of Algebra 1 and introduces new topics including polynomials, exponents, logarithms, and trigonometry. This course will be taught using a TI-83 graphing calculator and is designed to be taught at an accelerated pace. Students will be expected to be both responsible and independent learners. Difficult and challenging problems will be used to encourage higher order thinking and develop problem-solving skills. Projects may be used to reinforce understanding of topics. In addition, discrete mathematical topics will be discussed, including but not limited to logic and proof; sets and function theory; algorithms; matrices; mathematical reasoning, induction, and recursion; discrete permutation and combinations; and probability.

     

    Regular Algebra 2

    This course provides an in-depth review of the concepts introduced in Algebra I. Second semester includes the study of polynomials, quadratic, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions as well as trigonometric functions. A TI-83 graphing calculator may be used for some aspects of this course.

    Pre Algebra

    This course provides a study of number theory; applications using integers, rational numbers, and decimals; fundamental computation; ratios, proportions, and rates; percents; basic geometry; rules of exponents; and fundamental Algebraic concepts and skills.

    Engineering 102

    This is a university level introductory Engineering course which allows students to earn a semester of transferable college credit from the University of Arizona This class addresses the fundamentals of Engineering and engineering design, giving students the opportunity to use the Engineering design process, collaborative work, and creativity to complete a number of projects, touching on multiple areas of Engineering. Students will use a hands-on approach in addition to using technical reference material and practice to help understand haw math and science provide the foundation for modern Engineering. You may earn dual enrollment credit (ENG102 at the University of Arizona College of Engineering) for three (3), fully transferable credits by paying tuition to the University of Arizona.

    Introduction to Engineering Design

    This course is Introductory Engineering Design through the Project Lead the Way program.. This class addresses the fundamentals of Engineering and engineering design, giving students the opportunity to use the Engineering design process, collaborative work, and creativity to complete a number of projects, touching on multiple areas of Engineering. Students will use a hands-on approach in addition to using technical reference material and practice to help understand how math and science provide the foundation for modern Engineering.