Geometry provides students with experiences that deepen their understanding of two and three-dimensional objects and their properties. Deductive and inductive reasoning as well as investigative strategies in drawing conclusions are stressed, an understanding of logic is developed. Properties and relationships of geometric objects include the study of: (1) points,lines, angles and planes; (2) polygons, with a special focus on quadrilaterals,triangles, right triangles; (3) circles; and (4) polyhedra and other solids.

In this course, students will use inductive reasoning to develop their ideas. Their is a very limited study of proofs and deductive reasoning. This course is designed to cover Geometry at a slower pace and improve the student's algebra skills.

Algebra 2 is the third math course in the "college prep" math sequence. It is designed to provide great challenge by diving beyond mathematical method and deeper into advanced algebraic concepts. This course will develop a thorough understanding of

- functions and relations and their key parts
- solving equations will real and imaginary solutions.

- Algebra is the mathematical language used in science and it is the foundation of many future math courses. It is a new approach to math for many students. The introduction of the variable is undiscovered territory for most. The course will include a great deal of problem solving and will focus on improving this skill.
- Geometry provides students with experiences that deepen the understanding of twoand three-dimensional objects and their properties. Deductive and inductive reasoning as well as investigative strategies in drawing conclusions are stressed. Properties and relationships of geometric objects include the study of: (1) points,lines, angles and planes; (2) polygons, with a special focus on quadrilaterals,triangles, right triangles; (3) circles; and (4) polyhedra and other solids. An understanding of proof and logic is also developed.

Algebra is the mathematical language used in science and it is the foundation of many future math courses. It is a new approach to math for many students. The introduction of the variable is undiscovered territory for most. The course will include a great deal of problem solving and will focus on improving this skill. Introduction to Algebra I will cover the first semester of Algebra I, Chapters 1 to Chapters 6, but over a year. Topics covered include properties of real numbers, equations and inequalities, graphical representations.