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To satisfy graduation requirements, each student must earn four credits of Math and attempt a new math each year: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and one more math above Algebra 1


  • Any 9th grade student who took Algebra 1 in middle school may start in Geometry or Geometry Honors.

  • All other 9th grade students will be enrolled in either Algebra 1A in the fall and Algebra 1B in the spring or in Honors Algebra for a semester.

  • Any 9th grade student who has a goal of taking AP Calculus AB or BC must take Geometry and Algebra 2 by their sophomore year (for Calculus BC the student needs to be in the honors sequence of courses).

  • Any student who takes regular Algebra 2 and wishes to take Honors Precalculus 1 and AP Precalculus + must have a teacher recommendation from their Algebra 2 teacher in order to take the honors/+ course rather than the regular course.

  • AP Calculus AB can be taken after completing Precalculus 1 with a grade of A or B with a recommendation of also taking AP Precalculus.

  • AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC are two distinct courses, both of which are yearlong.

Last Updated: February 14, 2024