Classes for Students Entering 9th Grade

Summer 2017 Information Coming Soon!

  • 8th Grade Math (Full Year Course)

    • Description: This course is for 8th grade students entering 9th grade who would like to review 8th grade math concepts before moving on to Secondary Math 1. The course will cover the entire 8th grade content. Topics will include: the number system, expressions and equations, functions, geometry, and bivariate data. Note: This class will include students who are taking the course for acceleration.
  • Secondary Math 1 (Full Year Course)

    • Description: This course will cover the entire Secondary Math 1 core and is designed for students who have already completed 8th grade math and would like to accelerate or for students who have taken Secondary Math 1 and need remediation. The course is divided into quarters and students will need to attend all four quarters in order to accelerate. Students who wish to accelerate will need to take the SAGE exam at the end of the course.
  • Secondary Math 1 Quarter 1

    • Description: This course will cover the first quarter of Secondary Math 1 core and is designed for students who have taken Secondary Math 1 and need remediation.
  • Secondary Math 1 Quarter 2

    • Description: This course will cover the second quarter of Secondary Math 1 core and is designed for students who have taken Secondary Math 1 and need remediation.
  • Secondary Math 1 Quarter 3

    • Description: This course will cover the third quarter of Secondary Math 1 core and is designed for students who have taken Secondary Math 1 and need remediation.
  • Secondary Math 1 Quarter 4

    • Description: This course will cover the fourth quarter of Secondary Math 1 core and is designed for students who have taken Secondary Math 1 and need remediation.
  • Secondary Math 1 Honors Topics Only

    • Description: This course is for students who would like to transition to the honors track. Topics will include: operations with vectors, operations with matrices, solving systems of equations with matrices, and representing the average rate of change as the slope of the secant line.