**Algebra I - 0919 **

### Prerequisite: none

### Grade: 9-10

### Credit: 1.00

### Algebra I will help the student develop an understanding of the basic structure of algebra. Some topics considered are: equations and inequalities in one or two variables, polynomials, and graphing linear functions.

**College Prep Algebra I - 0921 **

### Prerequisite: None

### Grade: 9

### Credit: 1.00

### College Prep Algebra I will help the student develop an understanding of the basic structure of algebra. The student will develop skills in applying algebraic concepts. Some of the topics considered are: operations with rational numbers, equations and inequalities in one or two variables, polynomials, factoring, graphing linear functions and simplifying square roots.

**Honors Algebra I - 0917 **

### Prerequisite: Terra Nova score 87-99 and Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 9

### Credit: 1.00

### Honors Algebra I is a course designed to go beyond the basic concepts. Topics will be covered at a faster pace and more in-depth. Some of the topics considered are: equations and inequalities in one or two variables, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, linear and quadratic functions.

**Geometry - 0918 **

### Prerequisite: 70% or above in Algebra I; 75% or below in CP Algebra Iand Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 10

### Credit: 1.00

### Geometry develops a deductive mathematical system, beginning with points, lines, and planes. Some of the topics covered are: parallel lines, special right triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem, congruent triangles, and the distance formula.

**College Prep Geometry - 0922 **

### Prerequisite: 76% or above in CP Alg. I or Honors Alg. I; 95% or above in Alg. I and Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 9-10

### Credit: 1.00

### College Prep Geometry develops a deductive mathematical system, beginning with three basic elements: points, lines, and planes. Some of the topics covered are: segments, angles, triangles, polygons, congruence, similarity, ratios, proportions, circles, and constructions.

**Honors Geometry – 0916**

### Prerequisite: 95% or above in C.P. Algebra 1, 93% or above in Honors Algebra 1 (Algebra 1 Tteacher must approve the placement of a student in this class. Algebra 1 grades will be reviewed at the end of the year to ensure grade requirement is met.)

### Grades: 9 – 10

### Credit: 1.00

### Honors Geometry develops a deductive mathematical system, beginning with three basic elements: points, lines, and planes. Some of the topics covered are: segments, angles, triangles, polygons, congruence, similarity, ratios, proportions, circles, and constructions. The concepts of Geometry will be applied to problems that require a mastery of Algebra I. This course involves a heavy concentration on proofs in two-column form. Projects will be completed to apply the topics covered in this course.

**Algebra II - 0923 **

### Prerequisite: 70% or above in Geometry, or 80% or below in CP Geometry and Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 11-12

### Credit: 1.00

### Algebra II is intended to help the student comprehend the function concept and to acquire facility in applying algebraic concepts and skills. Some of the topics considered are: functions and relations, linear and non-linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions, irrational numbers, complex numbers, quadratic formula, and polynomial equations.

**Algebra II-Trigonometry - 0928**

### Prerequisite: 93% or above in Geometry; 70 % or above in CP Geometry and 81% or above in CP Alg. I or 95% or above in Alg. I and Teacher Recommendation.

### Grade: 10-11

### Credit: 1.00

### Algebra II-Trigonometry is designed to enable the student to comprehend algebraic and trigonometric concepts. Some of the topics considered are: functions and relations, linear and non-linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational expressions and equations, irrational numbers, complex numbers, quadratic formula, polynomial functions and equations, analytic geometry and trigonometry. A graphing calculator is required for this course.

**Honors Algebra II-Trigonometry - 0927 **

### Prerequisite: 95% or above in CP Geometry or Honors Geometry (frosh only), 93 % or above in Honors Algebra I for Double Math students, Teacher recommendation.

### Grade: 10

### Credit: 1.00

### Honors Algebra II-Trigonometry is intended to prepare college-bound students for Calculus. It will be fast-paced and will cover concepts and ideas from both Algebra II-Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus. A graphing calculator is required for this course.

**Algebra III - 0926 **

### Prerequisite: 70% or above in Algebra II, 80% or below in Algebra II-Trig Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 12

### Credit: 1.00

### Algebra III is an extension of Algebra II. In this course matrix algebra is covered along with further discussion of topics introduced in Algebra II. Basic trigonometry and other topics such as functions, conics, and systems of equations will be covered along with probability and statistics. A graphing calculator is required for this course.

**Pre-Calculus - 0924 **

### Prerequisite: 76% or above in Algebra II-Trigonometry, 80% or below in Honors Algebra II-Trig Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 11-12

### Credit: 1.00

### Pre-Calculus is intended to prepare college-bound students for a first course in Calculus. Some topics considered are: polynomial functions, logarithmic functions, rational functions, and trigonometry. A graphing calculator is required for this course.

**Intro to Calculus - 0949 **

### Prerequisite: Pass Pre-Calculus. Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 12/Seniors Only

### Credit: 1.00

### This course is intended to introduce seniors to different calculus topics prior to college. The main topics of Pre-calculus will be reviewed. Topics covered are: domain and range, polynomial functions, limits, differentiation and integration of algebraic functions.

**Calculus AP Track- 0935 **

### Prerequisite: 85% or above in Honors Algebra II-Trig Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 10-12

### Credit: 1.00

### Calculus AP Track is intended to accelerate the math skills of students who are intending to take AP Physics. This course is a prerequisite for AP Calculus AB, which will be preparing for the AB exam in the AP curriculum. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: polynomial functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometry, rational functions, and limits, differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions.

**Calculus Dual Enrollment - 0925 **

University of Findlay MATH 141 (Calculus 1)

### Prerequisite: 85% or above in Pre-Calculus or have taken Calc AP Track (0935), Teacher Recommendation

### Grade: 11-12

### Credit: 1.00

### This course is approximately equivalent to Calculus I at the collegiate level. Some of the topics considered are: limits, differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric, and exponential functions, applications, integral calculus with methods and applications.

### Note: College credit can be earned through the University of Findlay. A fee will be charged. A college transcript will be provided by University of Findlay on request. A student may (by their own choice) take the AP Calculus AB exam in the Spring.

**AP Calculus AB - 0950 **

### Prerequisite: 76% or above in Calculus AP Track and Recommendation of Calculus teacher

### Grade: 11-12

### Credit: 1.00

### This course is approximately equivalent to one quarter of college calculus. The course of study follows the AB AP Calculus exam preparation. Some of the topics considered are: limits, differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric, and exponential functions, applications, integral calculus with methods and applications.

### Note: The AP Exam is required for this course.

**AP Calculus BC - 0930 **

### Prerequisite: Must have taken the AB AP Exam and Recommendation of Calc AB teacher

### Grade: 11-12

### Credit: 1.00

### This course is approximately equivalent to two quarters of college calculus. The course of study follows the BC AP Calculus exam preparation. Some of the topics considered are: differential and intregral calculus with methods and applications, Taylor Series, Parametric and Polar.

### Note: The AP Exam is required for this course.