Program of Studies
Mathematics Courses

Students need four credits in high school mathematics in order to earn an Ohio high school diploma. Algebra 2 is required by state law. The recommendation is that students complete Algebra 2 by the end of their third year in high school. Algebra 2 is the highestlevel math course required for graduation. The other three math credits must be high schoollevel courses.
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Mathematics

Algebra I
The fundamental purpose of this course is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in the middle grades. Students will focus on the 5 critical areas of Algebra 1: (1) relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations; (2) linear and exponential relationships; (3) descriptive statistics; (4) expressions and equations; and (5) quadratic functions and modeling.
Course Number: 302
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 912
Fees: $10
Additional: EndofCourse state test required

Geometry
The fundamental purpose of the course in Geometry is to formalize and extend students’ geometric experiences from the middle grades. Students will focus on the 6 critical areas of Geometry: (1) applications of probability; (2) congruence, proof, and construction; (3) similarity, proof, and trigonometry; (4) connecting Algebra and Geometry through coordinates; (5) circles with or without coordinates; and (6) extending to three dimensions. Topics include triangle congruence and similarity, trigonometry, two and threedimensional objects, extension of Pythagorean theorem, circle theorems, theoretical and experimental probabilities.
Course Number: 308
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 912
Fees: $10
Additional: High school credit in Algebra 1 required; EndofCourse state test required.

Algebra 2
This course extends students' repertoire of functions. Students will focus on the 4 critical areas of Algebra 2: (1) Inferences and Conclusions from Data; (2) Polynomials, Rational and Radical Relationships; (3) Trigonometry of General Triangles and Trigonometric Functions; and (4) Modeling with Functions.
Course Number: 314
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 912
Fees: $10
Additional: High school credit in Geometry required. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.

Introduction to PostSecondary Mathematics
Introduction to PostSecondary Mathematics is for students who have completed Algebra 2 but may not be ready to pursue PreCalculus. The focus of the course is to provide reinforcement of the math skills necessary to enter a collegelevel math course. There are four pillars of the course: Extended Topics in Algebraic Functions and Trigonometry, Foundations of PreCalculus, Statistics, and Financial Literacy.
Course Number: 311
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1112
Fees: None
Additional: This course is NOT approved by the NCAA clearing house as a new, fourth credit in Mathematics. Students that are planning to participate in collegiate athletics should check with their counselor.

Statistics
Introduction to PostSecondary Mathematics is for students who have completed Algebra 2 but may not be ready to pursue PreCalculus. The focus of the course is to provide a reinforcement of the math skills necessary to enter a collegelevel math course. There are four pillars of the course: Extended Topics in Algebraic Functions and Trigonometry, Foundations of PreCalculus, Statistics, and Financial Literacy.
Course Number: 311
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1112
Fees: None
Additional: This course is NOT approved by the NCAA clearing house as a new, fourth credit in Mathematics. Students that are planning to participate in collegiate athletics should check with their counselor.

PreCalculus
PreCalculus is for the student who has completed Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. The course will primarily expand the student’s proficiency in analysis, trigonometric concepts, algebraic concepts, problem solving, real and complex number systems and elementary calculus. It is intended to prepare the student for college mathematics courses above Algebra.
Course Number: 324
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1012
Fees: $10
Additional: Completion of Algebra 2 required. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.

Fundamentals of Calculus & Discrete Math
Fundamentals of Calculus and Discrete Math is designed for those students planning to enter Calculus in college. Topics to be presented will include function theory, sequences, functions and limits, derivatives, algebraic functions, integration, logarithmic functions, set theory, real number theory, logic, determinants and matrices, statistics and probability. Algebraic and trigonometric skills and procedures will also be maintained.
The course will be taught from an intuitive, numeric point of view using the computer and graphing calculator to explore these topics. First semester focus will be calculus, and second semester will focus on discrete math.Course Number: 335
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1112
Fees: None
A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.
Additional: Completion of PreCalculus required; calculators beyond TI85 are not permitted. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.
PreAP & Honors Math

PreAP Geometry with Statistics
The fundamental purpose of the course in Geometry is to formalize and extend students’ geometric experiences from the middle grades. Students will focus on the 6 critical areas of Geometry: (1) applications of probability; (2) congruence, proof, and construction; (3) similarity, proof, and trigonometry; (4) connecting Algebra and Geometry through coordinates; (5) circles with or without coordinates; and (6) extending to three dimensions. PreAP level concepts include additional constructions and probability, deriving area formulas, proving Laws of Sines and Cosines, as well as completion of several contextual problems.
Course Number: 308PreAP
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 912
Fees: $10
Additional: Credit in Algebra 1 required; recommended for those seeking challenge; EndofCourse state test required.

Honors Algebra 2
This course extends students' repertoire of functions. Students will focus on the 4 critical areas of Algebra 2: (1) Inferences and Conclusions from Data; (2) Polynomials, Rational and Radical Relationships; (3) Trigonometry of General Triangles and Trigonometric Functions; and (4) Modeling with Functions. Honorslevel concepts include extending polynomial identities, more complex probability analysis, as well as completion of several contextual problems.
Course Number: 314H
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 912
Fees: $10
Additional: High school credit in Geometry is required. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.
College Credit Plus (CCP) Mathematics

College Algebra CCP
This course is a study of algebraic functions including polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic and piecewise defined functions.
Topics investigated will include domain, range, graphs, inverses, operations, equations, inequalities and their applications.Course Number: MTH1245CCP
Duration: Semester
Credits: 1 high school, 3 college
Grade: 912

Introduction to Statistics CCP
This is a noncalculus, introductory course in descriptive and inferential statistics. Concepts are explained intuitively and supported by examples. The applications are general in nature, and the exercises include problems from agriculture, biology, business, economics, education, environmental studies, psychology, engineering, medicine, sociology, and computer science.
Course Number: MTH1240CCP
Duration: Semester
Credits: 1 high school, 3 college
Grade: 912
Fees: None

Trigonometry CCP
This course is a study of algebraic functions, trigonometry, vectors, conic sections, sequences and series. The course will include the study of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, and piecewisedefined functions, and the trigonometric functions and their graphs.
Topics investigated will include domain, range, graphs, inverses, operations, equations, inequalities and their applications.
Course Number: MATH1250CCP
Duration: Semester
Credits: 1 high school, 5 college
Grade: 912
Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics

AP PreCalculus
AP Precalculus is designed for the student who is trying to become better prepared for AP Calculus or College Calculus. Additionally, a qualifying score on the final exam can fulfill a college math requirement.
The course will explore deeper understanding of Polynomial, Rational, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Trigonometric Functions. It will also introduce advanced concepts and applications of Polar and Parametric Functions, Vectors, and Matrices.
Course Number: 325AP
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1012
Fees: None
Additional: TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.

AP Calculus AB
This course is designed for the fifthyear mathematics student and consists of a full academic year of work in Calculus comparable to courses in colleges and universities.
AP Calculus emphasizes both algebraic and graphical solutions to problems. Topics included are functions, limits, derivatives, antiderivatives, integrals and their applications.Course Number: 338AP
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1112
Fees: None
Additional: Completion of PreCalculus required. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.

AP Calculus BC
This version of the AP Calculus course is designed for the student who has completed AP Calculus AB. It reviews the major fundamentals of the AB course, and then focuses on material comparable to 2nd semester calculus courses in colleges and universities. AP Calculus BC emphasizes both algebraic and graphical solutions to problems.
Topics included are the same as those listed for the AP Calculus AB course, with additional material covering further integration techniques, parametric, polar and vector equations, series, sequences and other extensions of the AB curriculum. It is a significantly more rigorous and extensive set of topics compared to the AB course.Course Number: 339AP
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1112
Fees: None
Additional: Completion of AP Calculus AB. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course; Information about AP Calculus BC is available on the Secondary Curriculum Website.

AP Statistics
This course is equivalent to a onesemester, introductory, noncalculusbased college course in statistics. Students are introduced to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Topics include: Exploring data, sampling, and experimentation, anticipating patterns, and statistical inference.
Course Number: 340AP
Duration: Full Year
Credits: 1
Grade: 1012
Fees: None
Additional: Completion of Algebra 2; course is an excellent option for students that have successfully completed Algebra 2 and possess mathematical maturity and ability. A TI84 Plus series calculator is required for this course.