Using an approach that integrates the traditional areas of mathematics—algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and calculus—throughout six sequential levels of study, students become independent learners who excel in reading, writing, exploring, applying, and communicating math concepts.
The curriculum is structured around these principles:
- 代数作为建模和解决问题的工具，是基础性的。
- 二维和三维的几何学贯穿于各个层次的主题，包括坐标和变换的方法
- 在核心课程中贯穿了向量、矩阵、计数、数据分析等离散数学的学习内容。
- 以计算机为基础的活动和以计算器为基础的活动是核心课程的一部分。
- 以视觉、符号和口头方式探讨主题。
- 制定解决问题战略的能力取决于积累的知识体系。
These principles are addressed in the integrated curricula of Math 1-6. Math 3, 4, and 5 are offered at two levels that showcase different teaching and learning styles. The standard classes feature more direct teacher instruction and cover fewer topics. The “i” versions of each course cover more topics at a faster pace as students work more independently. Both levels require collaboration in the form of daily group work among four tablemates. The program also offers opportunities for advanced work, including single variable and multivariable calculus, descriptive and inferential statistics, and abstract algebra. Math Club, open to all interested students, meets regularly to share ideas and investigate problems beyond the scope of the regular curriculum and to help students prepare for local and national math competitions.
A placement test is used to determine the appropriate level of math for each incoming student. Math support is available via the Math & Science Support Specialist as well as from teachers in the math office and peer tutors via the math squad.