#### Intermediate Geometry

**Grades: 10, 11** *Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Intermediate Algebra and/or Teacher Recommendation. *

This course is not recommended for college-bound students. This is an introduction to the study of plane and solid geometry. An integrated approach emphasizes applications of geometry to familiar objects and situations. Topics include logic, inductive and deductive reasoning, introduction to formal proof, similar and congruent figures, transformations, areas and volumes, introductions to trigonometry, coordinate geometry, and properties of circles and polygons.

#### Geometry

**Grades: 9, 10, 11** This is an introduction to the study of plane and solid geometry. An integrated approach emphasizes applications of geometry to familiar objects and situations. Topics include logic, inductive and deductive reasoning, introduction to formal proof, similar and congruent figures, transformations, areas and volumes, introduction to trigonometry, coordinate geometry, and properties of circles and polygons.

#### Honors Geometry

**Grade: 9** Honors courses have increased rigor and pace. This course is intended to meet the standards in logic, inductive and deductive reasoning, formal proof, similar and congruent figures, transformations, areas and volumes, coordinate geometry and properties of circles and polygons.

#### Intermediate Advanced Algebra

**Grades: 10, 11, 12** *Prerequisite: Successful completion of any Geometry course, Teacher Recommendation*

This course is not recommended for college-bound students. Designed to enhance the skills learned in algebra, Intermediate Advanced Algebra emphasizes solving various types of equations and sentence problems. Factoring, exponents, inequalities, and radical expressions are considered. The course also includes the study of complex numbers, quadratic equations, variation, systems of equations, logarithms, and trigonometry. Advanced Algebra 3322-3332 may be taken after successful completion of this course.

#### Advanced Algebra

**Grades: 10, 11, 12** *Prerequisite: Geometry 3241 or Honors Geometry 3271 *

Designed to enhance the skills learned in algebra, Advanced Algebra emphasizes solving various types of equations and sentence problems. Factoring, exponents, inequalities, and radical expressions are considered. This course includes the study of complex numbers, quadratic equations, analytic geometry, variation, systems of equations, logarithms, and trigonometry. This course is recommended for college-bound students.

#### Honors Advanced Algebra

**Grades: 10, 11** *Prerequisite: Honors Geometry 3271 and/or approval of math department *

A high-potential advanced algebra class that uses a rigorous approach, this course should be taken only by those with high mathematical ability. A willingness to work independently is expected. Topics include: linear equations and systems, function notation, exponential functions, complex numbers, quadratic equations, variation, conic sections, logarithms, and trigonometry.