8TH GRADE ALGEBRA 
Grade Level: 8 
Prerequisite: This course is offered to 8th graders from the Catholic partner schools in the Northland. Students are admitted by merit. A math exam is given in the month of May. Enrollment will be limited to 25 students. (Students not currently attending one of the Northland partner schools may call the principal for more information.) 

ALGEBRA I TESTOUT OPTION 
8th Grade Students who successfully pass the final exam for Algebra I may enroll in Geometry. 

ALGEBRA I (B) 
Grade Level: 9 
Prerequisite: Placement based on HSPT and 8th grade teacher recommendations 

ALGEBRA I 
Grade Level: 9 
Prerequisite: Placement based on HSPT and 8th grade teacher recommendations 

HONORS ALGEBRA I 
Grade Level: 9 
Prerequisite: Placement based on HSPT and 8th grade teacher recommendations 

GEOMETRY 
Grade Level: 9,10 
This course will include a study of: polygons, congruency and classification of triangles, deductive proofs, circles and their angles, right triangles, areas and volumes of plane and solid figures, basic transformations, basic constructions, ratio and proportions of similar triangles, and coordinate geometry. Mathematical vocabulary will be stressed and students will review algebra skills. 

GEOMETRY B 
Grade Level: 10 Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Algebra I (B) or Algebra I 
This course is the next sequential course for students who were enrolled in Algebra 1B. This course will include a study of: polygons, congruency and classifications of triangles, circles and their angles, right triangles, areas and volumes of some solid figures, basic transformations, ratio and proportions of similar triangles, and coordinate geometry. Mathematical vocabulary will be stressed and students will spend a significant amount of time reviewing algebra skills. 
HONORS GEOMETRY 
Grade Level: 9,10 Course: 1 Year Credit: 1 Prerequisite: Successful Completion of SPX Honors Algebra I, Algebra I Test Out Option, Teacher recommendation 
This course will include an intense study of: polygons, congruency and classifications of triangles, deductive proofs, circles and their angles, right triangles, the Law of Sines and Cosines, areas and volumes of plane and solid figures, basic transformations, constructions of geometric figures, ratio and proportions of similar triangles, and coordinate geometry. In addition, students will develop visual skills, expand their mathematical vocabulary and review algebra skills necessary for success in Honors Algebra II. Taught primarily through lecture, topics will be reinforced with daily assignments. 

ALGEBRA II 
Grade Level: 10,11,12 Credit: 1 Course: 1 Year Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Algebra I 
This course offers a review of algebra followed by the study of functions (linear, quadratic, higher order polynomials, absolute values and logarithmic) and their graphs. Students will also study complex fractions, exponents, nth roots matrices and variation. Upon successful completion, this course prepares students for Trigonometry or College Algebra. Other students will be encouraged to enroll in Introduction to College Algebra. Note: Algebra II does not provide adequate preparation for PreCalculus. 

HONORS ALGEBRA II 
Grade Level: 10,11 
This course begins with a review of Algebra 1 Honors topics, followed by the study of linear functions, complex numbers, quadratic equations and functions, variation, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, permutations and combinations, and matrices and determinants. This course is required for students who wish to take ACCP PreCalculus. Students will be expected to keep up with the daily assignments and must have the ability to work independently outside the classroom. 

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ALGEBRA 
Grade Level: 11,12 
This course will begin with a review of Algebra 2 to provide the student with a solid foundation for college level mathematics courses. Students will then progress to more advanced concepts such as basic trigonometric functions, triangle trigonometry, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, and sequences and series. Students will also be introduced to topics from Probability, Statistics, and College Algebra. This course will also focus on ACT preparation prior to all national testing dates. 

ACCP COLLEGE ALGEBRA 
Grade Level: 11,12 
This course addresses fundamentals of basic algebra. Topics include the real number system, basic operations of algebra, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, functions and graphs, and systems of equations. Additional considerations include exponents and logarithms, and fundamental techniques of counting. This course is intended for students needing a thorough study of algebra in preparation for college level math courses for a liberal arts or business major. Students may elect to sign up for advanced college credit through Park University. 

TRIGONOMETRY 
Grade Level: 11,12 Credit: 1 
This course will begin with a review of functions and their graphs then move into an extensive study of the six trigonometric functions. This will include the unit circle, graphing the six functions, identities, formulas, proofs, solving equations, inverse functions, solving right and nonright triangles, and an introduction to polar coordinates. This course is primarily taught through lectures, small group activities, and problems involving reallife situations. This course is an alternative to College Algebra and is designed for students who may have an interest in a math related field at the college level. *Graphing calculators are required. (TI83 or TI84 recommended) 

PRECALCULUS 
Grade Level: 11,12 
A consideration of those topics in algebra and trigonometry necessary for Calculus. Topics include mathematical analysis of the line, the conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, circular functions, polynomial and rational functions, mathematical induction, and theory of equations. Students may elect to sign up for advanced college credit through Park University. 

ACCP CALCULUS I 
Grade Level: 12 
This course is intended for students who have a thorough knowledge of college preparatory mathematics, including algebra, axiomatic geometry, and analytical geometry (rectangular and polar coordinates, equations and graphs of lines and conics). Topics covered are limits, derivatives, and integrals of a wide variety of functions and their applications to curve sketching, maximum and minimum problems, area and volume. Students may elect to sign up for advanced college credit through Rockhurst University (ACCP). 
