• Algebra 1

    Algebra 1

    This course has an emphasis on applications in real-life situations. Content items focus on algebraic topics including ratios and proportions, signed numbers, powers and roots, expression simplification, solving simple equations, inequalities, and probability and statistics.

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  • Algebra II (CP)

    Algebra II (CP)

    This course involves the study of many of the same topics as Algebra II Honors. Topics such as linear and quadratic expressions and equations, powers and roots, logarithmic, trigonometric, and polynomial functions will be explored. This course satisfies graduation recommendations in the college preparatory program. However, due to pacing and content, this course is not as comprehensive as Algebra II Honors and may not develop all of the skills and topics necessary for more advanced courses in mathematics and the sciences.

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  • AP/CHS Calculus 1 (AB)

    AP/CHS Calculus 1 (AB)

    This course is the standard first course in calculus for science, engineering, and mathematics students. College credit can be obtained by taking the AP exam in May, or signing up for College in the High School through the University of Pittsburgh. The course utilizes the TI-83/84 graphing calculator. This course incorporates numerous AP questions.

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  • AP/CHS Calculus 2 (BC)

    AP/CHS Calculus 2 (BC)

    This course is the standard second course in a basic calculus sequence required for all science, engineering, statistics, and mathematics students. College credit can be obtained by taking the AP exam in May, or signing up for College in the High School through the University of Pittsburgh. The course utilizes the TI-83/84 graphing calculator. This course incorporates numerous AP questions.

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