Course Overview

Math 2
Math 2 is a required course for graduation. Students must successfully complete Math 1 before taking Math 2. The course covers topics including quadratic functions (key features and solving), probability, rational and radical functions (including inverse variation and , triangle square root functions), properties and proofs, and congruence and similarity through transformations. 
Course Syllabus: Math 2 Course Overview.pdf

Math 3
Math 3 is a required course for graduation. Students must successfully complete Math 2 before taking Math 3. The topics cover include piecewise and absolute value functions, exponential functions, inverse functions (including logarithms), polynomial functions (key features and calculations), rational functions, geometry (circles and quadrilaterals), trigonometry, and statistical studies.
Course Syllabus: Math 3 Course Overview.pdf

Math 4
Math 4 is one choice for students to complete the graduation requirement of 4 Math credits. Math 4 is a continuation of Math 1, 2, and 3. It builds a deeper understanding of functions such as cubic, absolute, logarithmic and trig functions.  It also builds more thorough knowledge of probability and statistics. 

As you can see, we cover a massive amount of content in each course, so it is very important that students keep up on a daily basis and study each night. To assist them with this, we create toolkits containing key information that the students can then study.