**430000 ****ALGEBRA I**** ****(ADE
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS) ****TERM: YEAR CREDIT: 1**

The skills you'll acquire in Algebra 1 contain the basic
foundation students need for all high school math courses. Students develop
algebraic fluency by learning the skills needed to solve equations and perform
manipulations with numbers, variables, equations, and inequalities. Upon
completion, students will possess the skills and strategies needed for solving
real-world applications in multiple real-life scenarios from sports and travel
to business and health.

**431000 ****GEOMETRY**** ****(ADE
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS) ****TERM: YEAR CREDIT: 1**

Geometry has been used by man since the beginning of time. The
ancient pyramids are based on geometrical design. Geometry is everywhere, not
just in pyramids. Engineers use geometry to build highways and bridges. Artists
use geometry to create perspective in their paintings, and mapmakers help
travelers find things using the points located on a geometric grid. Throughout
this course, students travel a mathematical highway illuminated by spatial
relationships, reasoning, connections, and problem solving. **Prerequisite: **Algebra
I or Algebra AB

**432000 ****ALGEBRA II**** ****(ADE
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS) ****TERM: YEAR CREDIT: 1**

This course builds on knowledge and skills gained from Algebra 1.
Starting with a review of basic algebra, students will travel through quadratic
equations, systems of equations, factoring, and polynomial functions. In the
second segment, students will venture into the realms of radicals, rational
equations, matrices, exponential and logarithmic relations, and land at
sequences and series. This course allows students to learn while having fun.
Interactive examples help guide students' journey through customized feedback
and praise. **Prerequisite: **Algebra I

**439050 ****ADVANCED TOPICS AND MODELING IN MATHEMATICS**** ****(ADE
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS) ****TERM: YEAR CREDIT: 1**

This course builds on Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II to
explore mathematical topics and relationships beyond Algebra II. Emphasis will
be placed on applying modeling as the process of choosing and using appropriate
mathematics and statistics to analyze, to better understand, and to improve
decisions in analyzing empirical situations. Collection and use of
student-generated data should be an aspect of the course. Students will
represent and process their reasoning and conclusions numerically, graphically,
symbolically, and verbally. Students will be expected to use technology,
including graphing calculators, computers, and data gathering equipment
throughout the course. **Prerequisites: **Algebra I, Geometry,
Algebra II.

**439120 ****QUANTITATIVE LITERACY**** ****(ADE
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS) ****TERM: YEAR CREDIT: 1**

Quantitative literacy further builds on the knowledge and skills
mastered in Algebra 1 by exploring and making connections between mathematical
topics and the real world. Throughout the course, students will learn to make
decisions, evaluate outcomes, and communicate results by choosing, modeling, and
using appropriate mathematics and statistics. Students will represent and
process their reasoning while gaining proficiency with mathematical technology.
Emphasis will be placed on areas of personal and business finance. **Prerequisite: **Algebra
I