Mathematics

The Mathematics Department sees learning mathematics as vital to reasoning and strives to help our students gain a greater appreciation for and command of the discipline, both for its value as a way of thinking and for its usefulness in other disciplines. We offer a wide range of courses to meet the prior experiences and interest of our students and to develop their understanding and application of the discipline further.

Learning is based on both discovery and practice; students learn to think, reason, and perceive mathematical relationships in a meaningful way that emphasizes critical thinking and problem solving. We encourage students to ask good questions, use multiple approaches, explore ideas and notice connections. Our curriculum encourages creative exploration and curiosity.

2018–19 Mathematics Department Courses

  • Math 11 Algebra I
  • Math 21 Geometric and Algebraic Reasoning
  • Math 22 Honors Geometric and Algebraic Reasoning
  • Math 31 Intermediate Algebraic Reasoning
  • Math 32 Honors Intermediate Algebraic Reasoning
  • Math 33 Accelerated Algebraic Concepts
  • Math 41C Precalculus Intensified
  • Math 41S: Precalculus and Statistics
  • Math 42 Honors Precalculus
  • Math 43 Accelerated Precalculus/Calculus A
  • Calculus
  • CL Calculus AB
  • CL Calculus BC
  • CL Statistics
  • CL Calculus Based Probability and Statistics
  • CL Multivariable Calculus (half credit/Spring)
  • CL Linear Algebra (half credit/Fall)
  • Computer Science I (half credit/Fall)
  • Computer Science II (half credit/Spring)
  • CL Computer Science

View our complete course offerings list and the Academic Course Descriptions 2018–19.



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