This course covers various elementary functions, rational and polynomial functions, trigonometry, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Additional topics include polar equations, vectors, parametric equations, probability, statistics, and sequences & series....

Topics align with the Oakton Community College syllabi for Linear Algebra and Calculus III. In addition to high school credit, two semesters of college- level math credit may also be obtained (through Oakton dual credit). An application fee of $25 is required if...

This instructional course is designed to develop student’s knowledge of algebraic concepts and skills. Topics may include operations with integers, simplifying expressions, factoring, solving single and multi-step equations, absolute value, and inequalities....

This course covers linear and quadratic relations,systems of equations, properties of functions,powers and roots,exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, polynomials, sequences & series, and basic probability & statistics. Prerequisite: Geometry...

This course covers content similar to Algebra 2 at a more rapid pace and with more rigorous problems, anticipating the high level of algebraic performance required for success in Precalculus Honors and AP Calculus. Topics include a quick review of linear functions,...

This course addresses modeling, including extensive work with linear, quadratic, cubic, exponential, and sinusoidal functions. Equations, inequalities, and systems are addressed. Students learn right triangle trigonometry and trigonometric functions. The course also...

This instructional course is designed to provide students knowledge of algebraic concepts and skills. Emphasis is placed on problem solving skills and applications. Topics may include: variables, integers, linear equations, writing and solving algebraic expressions,...

This course covers operations, properties, and patterns in algebra. It covers topics of proportions, linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, polynomial factoring, quadratics, absolute value, exponential functions, radicals, probability, and elementary...

This course focuses on operations, properties and patterns in algebra. It covers linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, various other functions, relations, elementary statistics and data analysis. Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra OR Common Core...

This co-taught course focuses on operations, properties and patterns in algebra. It covers linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, various other functions, relations, elementary statistics and data analysis. The course is also designed to develop...

This course is comparable to one semester of a college-level calculus course. This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement, or...

This course is comparable to two semesters of a college-level calculus course. This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement,...

This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement, or both depending on the exam score. The course uses the Java programming...

This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement, or both depending on the exam score. Topics include exploratory analysis of...

This instructional course emphasizes the use of math in everyday life focusing on the analysis and solution of problems. Students will be exposed to basic techniques in finance, consumer decision making, budgeting and bill paying, measurement and estimation, along...

This course covers standard topics of calculus such as limits, differentiation and integration. The content is not targeted to the AP Calculus exam and students will not cover all topics learned in AP Calculus. This allows for a modified pace. Serves as preparation...

This course is designed for, but is not limited to, students who plan on going into non-mathematical majors in college and are taking their final mathematics course at GBS. Students will use statistics and modeling to make predictions / decisions from data....

This instructional course focuses on the application of fundamental and functional math skills including; the four basic operations, place value, measurement, fractions, graphing, decimals, radicals, exponents and analyzing data. The course also includes the use of...

This course must be taken in conjunction with Construction GIC 163 as part of the Geometry in Construction integrated and co-taught program. This course covers formal proof, logic and deductive reasoning, parallel and perpendicular lines, polygons, congruent and...

This instructional course is designed to develop student’s knowledge of geometric concepts and skills. Topics study may include: review of algebra skills, properties of lines, points, planes, angles, and polygons, along with basic proofs and theorems. Emphasis...