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Mathematics - Program of Studies

Our Vision: It is our intention to develop mathematically literate individuals who exhibit a deep conceptual and procedural understanding of mathematics and its applications in this increasingly advanced technological world.


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grades K-5

Number and Operations

Focus on Numeracy Skills; Place Value; Four Operations; Multi-Digit Arithmetic; Fractions; Decimals

Operations and Algebraic
Thinking

Focus on the Representation and Solving of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division; Using Mental Strategies to Problem-Solve; Identifying and Explaining Patterns in Arithmetic; Factors and Multiples, Numerical Expressions; Patterns and Relationships

Geometry

Focus on the Identification and Description of Two and Three Dimensional Shapes; Use of Fractions to Partition Shapes; Reasoning with Shapes and Their Attributes; Lines and Angles; Graphing on Coordinate Planes

Measurement & Data

Focus on the Various Measurement Units (Length, Width, Area, Perimeter, Weight, Liquid Volume, Mass); Telling of Time; Applying Money Concepts; Problem-Solving Involving Measurement and Conversion of Measurements; Representing and Interpreting Data


MIDDLE SCHOOL

Sixth Grade

Grade 6 Mathematics:
Operations with Numbers and the Rational Number System; Ratios and Rates; Variables and Expressions; Equations and Inequalities; Surface Area; Volume; Probability and Data Distributions

Seventh Grade

Pre-Algebra

Eighth Grade

Algebra I/IA
Geometry*

(*Students identified to accelerate to Pre-Algebra in Grade 6 will complete Algebra I in Grade 7 and Geometry in Grade 8.)


HIGH SCHOOL

Grades 9-12

Algebra I/IB
Geometry
Algebra II
Pre-Calculus
Calculus
AP Calculus I and II
Senior Mathematics
Statistics
AP Statistics


HIGH SCHOOL ELECTIVES

Electives

S.A.T. Mathematics Preparation
Keystone Algebra I Support