Classes Taught: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, GTA3 (Advanced Math), and Calculus.

**Algebra 1** helps the student begin to develop the ability to think logically and abstractly, covering a wide range of topics such as area and volume, two-step equation solving, systems of equations, probability and statistics, graphing, square roots, distance, and various word problems.

**Geometry** develops relationships involving points, lines, and planes by studying concepts including area and volume, parallel lines, reasoning, transformations, constructions, similar triangles, proofs, and right triangle trigonometry.

**Algebra 2** expands on concepts taught in Algebra 1 covering topics of graphing, systems of three equations, abstract equations, word problems, vectors, trigonometry, and the quadratic formula.

**GTA3** (Advanced Math) is a broad range class covering Geometry, Trigonometry, and Algebra 3. This class stretches students with a wide variety of topics including matrices, proofs, difficult word problems, abstract thinking, trigonometric relations and graphing, conic sections, probability, and quadratic roots.

**Calculus** introduces students to a whole new mathematics. This course is a great introduction for any students planning to go into a field of math or science. Topics covered are limits, functions, trigonometry, continuity, area under a curve, derivative, and integral.

Grades (excluding Geometry) are calculated based on:

75% test average

25% homework average

Geometry scores are calculated as:

75% test average,

5% quiz average,

20% homework average.