Course Description

Elementary Mathematics (3rd grade)

Help your child excel in arithmetic! This course kit includes work text as well as tests and speed drills book. The work text is full of wonderful illustrations that make arithmetic fun for your third grader while the speed drills and test book will help him/her retain important principles of arithmetic. Daily word problems, supplemental problems, and a handbook for terms and definitions in the back of the book provide ample opportunity for application and review. With this math program, we can solidify your child’s understanding of multiplication and division, measurement conversions, fractions, and more. This course kit has been put together for your convenience and make your child’s experience with arithmetic a success. Homework will be graded on accuracy as well as completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes and tests over concepts and math vocabulary taught. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions.

Elementary Mathematics (4th grade) - Advanced 3rd graders can register

Help your child excel in arithmetic! This course kit includes work text as well as tests and speed drills book. The work text is full of wonderful illustrations that make arithmetic fun for your fourth grader while the speed drills and test book will help him/her retain important principles of arithmetic. Daily word problems, supplemental problems, and a handbook for terms and definitions in the back of the book provide ample opportunity for application and review. With this math program, we can solidify your child’s understanding of square measures, simple geometry, proper and improper fractions. This year, your fourth grader will be learning about converting measures, factoring, divisibility rules, solving measurement equations, graphs drawing, and many more. This course kit has been put together for your convenience and make your child’s experience with arithmetic a success. Homework will be graded on accuracy as well as completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes and tests over concepts and math vocabulary taught. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions.

Elementary Mathematics (5th grade) - Advanced 4th graders can register

Dive into decimals and dividing fractions and many more mathematic concepts with Arithmetic 5. This course kit includes work text as well as tests and speed drills book. The work text is full of wonderful illustrations that make arithmetic fun for your fifth grader while the speed drills and test book will help him/her retain important principles of arithmetic. Supplemental problems, homework assignments, and a handbook for terms and definitions in the back of the book provide ample review and added implementation. Challenge your child with more advanced word problems, pre-algebra concepts, and basic geometry. This year, your child will learn how to multiply decimals, reverse factors, divide fractions, and so much more. This course kit has been put together for your convenience and make your child’s experience with arithmetic a success. Homework will be graded on accuracy as well as completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes and tests over concepts and math vocabulary taught. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions.

Middle School Mathematics (6th grade) - Advanced 5th graders can register

This course will help students through the transition between elementary and secondary math, reviewing previously taught concepts and introducing new ones. It will build your students' knowledge of the foundational math skills they'll need for both everyday life and higher-level math. Units cover adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Equations, plane-figure geometry, measurement, ratios, statistics, probability, and integers are also covered. Pages feature full-color photographs, illustrations, and charts to reinforce concepts; career-links, biographies of mathematicians, and mathematical links to historical events are included for added interest. A handbook section contains a glossary of terms and definitions along with illustration of math concepts for student reference, and a daily review section provides exercises for the reviewing of previously taught concepts. Students will be graded on quizzes and tests over concepts and math vocabulary taught. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Basic calculators and graph paper may be utilized occasionally during this course but advanced notice will be given before they would be needed in class.

Middle School Mathematics (7th grade) - Advanced 6th graders can register

This course will build on students already expanding math skills. We will cover many topics including whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, as well as an introduction to Algebra and Geometry topics. We will study concepts with word problems and real world applications to build their critical thinking skills. Student will have homework given over lessons taught in class each week. Homework will be graded on both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes and tests over concepts and math vocabulary taught. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Basic calculators and graph paper may be utilized occasionally during this course but advanced notice will be given before they would be needed in class.

Pre-Algebra (7th - 8th grade)

This course is designed to assist the students in understanding the terminology and science behind the math to better prepare them for Algebra 1. We will cover topics such as equations, probability, proportions, algebraic concepts, etc. Students will have homework given over lessons taught in class each week. Homework will be graded on both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes and test over concepts taught in the classroom. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Basic calculators may be utilized occasionally during this course but advanced notice will be given before they would be needed in class.

Algebra 1 (8th - 9th grade)

This course is the beginning of the high school math curriculum. We will cover a review of students math knowledge up to this point and then expand on their knowledge by covering topics including equations, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, quadratics, polynomials, factoring, rational and irrational numbers, as well as radicals, etc. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Homework will be given following each class and will be graded for both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes, tests, and potential projects. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. Graphing calculators (Texas Instrument 83, 84, or N-Spire) and graph paper may be utilized occasionally during this course but advanced notice will be given before they would be needed in class. Pre-requisite: Pre-Algebra

Geometry (9th - 10th grade)

This course is heavily tested on in the standardized test community for colleges and covers lots of critical thinking therefore considered a very important subject in the high school math curriculum. We will build on their math knowledge by studying patterns and reasoning as well as many other topics including, proofs, lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, transformations, similarity, trigonometric ratios, circles, area, volume of various solids, etc. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Homework will be given following each class and will be graded for both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes, tests, and potential projects. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. Graphing calculators (Texas Instrument 83, 84, or N-Spire), graph paper, protractors, and compasses may be utilized occasionally during this course, but advanced notice will be given before they would be needed in class. Pre-requisite: Algebra 1

Algebra 2 (10th - 11th grade)

This course is a study of the complex number system and its properties, factorization, simplification of radicals and polynomials, linear and quadratic functions, graphs and equations, matrices, determinants, rational expressions, probability, and statistics, etc. The text we will be using will give basic examples of the information taught in class for each section, so students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Homework will be given following each class and will be graded for both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes, tests, and potential projects. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. Graphing calculators (Texas Instrument 83, 84, or N-Spire), graph paper, protractors, and compasses may be utilized occasionally during this course, but advanced noticed will be given before they would be needed in class. Pre-requisite: Algebra 1

Precalculus (11th - 12th grade)

This course provides a firm foundation of basic calculus and trigonometry. It includes topics common to college algebra, such as functions and their graphs, trigonometric equations, intercepts and symmetry, ellipses and parabolas, reference triangles, complex numbers, limits, vectors, linear algebra, conics, and more! The textbook we will be using will give detailed explanations, practical applications, ample practice problems and basic examples of the information taught in class for each section. Precalculus with Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry will prepare your student for more advanced mathematical adventures. Students are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during class and during the week via email, phone, or by designated personal sessions. Homework will be given following each class and will be graded for both accuracy and completion. Students will also be graded on quizzes, tests, and potential projects. Partial credit may be awarded on these if solid effort is shown with work to support their answers. Graphing calculators (Texas Instrument 83, 84, or N-Spire), graph paper, protractors, and compasses will be required for this particular course. Recommendations for this course are as follows: Knowledge of graphing calculators bridges the mathematical gap between Algebra and Calculus. Pre-requisites: Geometry and Algebra 2

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