Students are required to take math every year

All high school math courses are taught one on one. The instruction can be very direct and targeted for an individual student’s way of learning math concepts. We also have a variety of math teachers and we match the students with a math teacher based on teaching and instructional style. Students meet multiple times during the week and have access to a math teacher between classes and during study periods.

Our students follow a traditional math sequence of Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math analysis or Pre Calculus, Calculus and Advanced Calculus or statistics. Mastery of the material and understanding of the concepts is considered more important than just covering the material. Students must be ready to complete assignments regularly, outside of class, to take a math class in this sequence beyond Geometry.

Integrated Math courses contain the basic concepts of algebra and geometry but allows for a personal, modified design and pace.

 

Algebra I:

  • The student will meet individually with the instructor for the study of concepts in algebra including: equations, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, linear equations, functions, factoring, and rational expressions.

Algebra II:

  • The student will meet individually with the instructor for the study of concepts in advanced algebra including: equations, functions, polynomials, rational expressions, exponents, quadratic equation, conic sections and logarithmic functions.

Algebra II Trig:

  • The student will meet individually with the instructor for the study of concepts in advanced algebra including: equations, functions, polynomials, rational expressions, exponents, quadratic equation, conic sections and logarithmic functions.

Calculus:

  • The student will meet with the teacher individually to study concepts in calculus including: limits, differentiation, related rates, maxima and minima, techniques of integration, volume, area, and natural logs.

Calculus, Advanced:

  • This second-year individual course continues the study of calculus. After a brief review of topics covered in first-year calculus, advanced topics including differential equations, sequence and series, parametric and polar equations, three dimensional coordinate systems, and vectors will be explored.

Consumer Math:

  • The student will work individually with the teacher to apply the basic concepts of arithmetic to everyday life. Topics may include: statistics, measurement, income, banking, credit, buying and maintaining a car and a house, taxes, insurance, and investments.

Geometry:

  • The student and teacher will focus on the major concepts of geometry including lines, angles, triangles, proofs, constructions, area, volume, circles, coordinates, and conic sections.

Integrated Math I:

  • The student will meet individually with the teacher for a study of the basic concepts of Algebra 1 and geometry which may include integers, equations, inequalities, exponents, factoring, linear equations, points, lines, planes & angles, deductive reasoning, parallel lines & planes, and congruent triangles.

Integrated Math II:

  • The student will meet individually with the teacher for a continuation of Integrated Math I. Topics may include: rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, quadratic functions, trigonometry, probability, quadrilaterals, similar polygons, right triangles, circles, area, surface area, and volume.

Integrated Math III:

  • The student will meet individually with the instructor for the study of concepts in advanced algebra with exposure to trigonometry including: equations, functions, polynomials, rational expressions, exponents, quadratic equations, conic sections, and logarithmic functions.

Math Analysis:

  • The student will continue the study of advanced algebra and trigonometry concepts, but at a slower pace than Pre-calculus. The teacher may use a variety of materials to review previous material and introduce the pre-calculus elements.

Pre-Algebra:

  • The student will meet with a teacher individually for a review of the concepts of arithmetic and an introduction to the basic concepts of algebra including variables, expressions, and simple equations.

Pre-Calculus:

  • The student and teacher will meet individually for a continuation of concepts of advanced algebra and trigonometry. New concepts include: graphs of higher-order polynomials, probability, vectors, complicated trigonometric identities and equations.

SAT Math Prep:

  • This course focuses on the review of math concepts from arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and miscellaneous topics including ratios and percents, equation solving, word problems, graphs, counting and probability, and special triangles. Test taking skills will be reviewed and the student will take practice tests.

Statistics:

  • This course covers data collection and sampling, and the organization and summarization of data using graphs and measures of central tendency and variation. The study of probability is an integral part of the course and probability is applied to statistics concepts. Topics include normal distributions, discrete distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression.