NOTE REGARDING COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES: High school students taking college coursework under a concurrent enrollment agreement will be required to meet two criteria to stay in good academic standing with the college(s). 1) Must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher and 2) must satisfactorily complete 67% of credits attempted. Failure to meet either of these two criteria may impact student enrollment and/or financial aid status when enrolling at a college after high school.

 

General Math I

General Math II

General Math

Pre-Algebra I

Pre-Algebra II

Algebra A

Algebra B

Algebra I

Geometry

Consumer Math

Algebra II
Principles of Statistics
Calculus I
Calculus II
Technical Math
College Algebra/Trigonometry
Index

 

SUBJECT: GENERAL MATH I
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year
GRADE LEVEL: 9,10,11,12
PREREQUISITE: NONE (Not open to students who have passed Pre-Algebra and/or Algebra I)
Content Description: This freshman level course is a review of the basic concepts of arithmetic used in everyday life. Basic algebra and geometry are incorporated into this course, covered at a rate the students can handle., but at a slower pace. It will cover material presented in Semester I of General Math.

 

SUBJECT: GENERAL MATH II 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year 
GRADE LEVEL: 9, 10, 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: General Math I 
Content Description: General Math I (Not open to students who have passed Pre-Algebra and/or Algebra I
This entry-level course is a review of the basic concepts of arithmetic used in everyday life. Basic algebra and geometry are incorporated into this course, covered at a rate the students can handle. It will cover material presented in Semester II of General Math.

 

SUBJECT: GENERAL MATH 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year
GRADE LEVEL:9, 10, 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: None (Not open to students who have passed Pre-Algebra and/or Algebra I)
Content Description: This freshman level course is a review of the basic concepts of arithmetic used in everyday life. Basic algebra and geometry are incorporated into this course.

 

SUBJECT: PRE-ALGEBRA I 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year 
GRADE LEVEL: 9,10,11,12
PREREQUISITE: NONE ( Not open to students who have passed Algebra I)
Content Description: This freshman level course is designed to bring an integrated transition to algebra and geometry. This course is not intended for the student who can perform satisfactorily in Algebra I. Basic algebraic concepts are covered at a rate the students can handle covering material in Semester I of Pre Algebra. Many exercises and problems are used to reinforce the skills learned.

 

SUBJECT: PRE-ALGEBRA II 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year 
GRADE LEVEL: 10,11,12
PREREQUISITE: Pre Algebra I ( Not open to students who have passed Algebra I)
Content Description: This freshman level course is designed to bring an integrated transition to algebra and geometry. This course is not intended for the student who can perform satisfactorily in Algebra I. Basic algebraic concepts are covered at a rate the students can handle covering material in Semester II of Pre Algebra. Many exercises and problems are used to reinforce the skills learned.

 

SUBJECT: ALGEBRA A

CREDIT: Two Credits

COURSE LENGTH: Full Year

GRADE LEVEL: 9,10,11,12

PREREQUISITE: NONE (Not open to students who have passed Algebra I)

Content Description: This freshman level course is designed to bring an integrated transition to algebra and geometry. This course is not intended for the student who can perform satisfactorily in Algebra I. Basic algebraic concepts are covered at a rate the students can handle covering material in Semester I of Pre Algebra. Many exercises and problems are used to reinforce the skills learned.

 

SUBJECT: ALGEBRA B

CREDIT: Two Credits

COURSE LENGTH: Full Year

GRADE LEVEL: 10,11,12

PREREQUISITE: Algebra A (Not open to students who have passed Algebra I)

Content Description: This freshman level course is designed to bring an integrated transition to algebra and geometry. This course is not intended for the student who can perform satisfactorily in Algebra I. Basic algebraic concepts are covered at a rate the students can handle covering material in Semester II of Pre Algebra. Many exercises and problems are used to reinforce the skills learned.

 

SUBJECT: ALGEBRA I
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year
GRADE LEVEL: 9, 10, 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: NONE
Content Description:
This a course which includes the study of properties and operations of the real number system; evaluating rational algebraic expressions; solving and graphing first degree equations and inequalities; translating word problems into equations; operations with and factoring of polynomials; and solving simple quadratic equations.

 

SUBJECT: GEOMETRY 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year
GRADE LEVEL: 9,10, 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: ALGEBRA I
Content Description: The content of this course is directed towards understanding the fundamentals of geometry including basic concepts, vocabulary, symbolism and proof. The course is balanced with theory and applications. Algebraic skills are reviewed and reinforced by applying them to problem-solving situations in geometry.

SUBJECT: ALGEBRA II 
CREDIT: Two Credits
COURSE LENGTH: Full Year 
GRADE LEVEL: 10, 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: GEOMETRY
Content Description:
This course includes topics in field properties and theorems; set theory; operations with rational and irrational expressions; factoring of rational expressions; in-depth study of linear equations and inequalities; quadratic equations; solving systems of linear and quadratic equations; graphing of constant, linear, and quadratic equations; properties of higher degree equations; and operations with rational and irrational exponents.

 

SUBJECT:  CONSUMER MATH
CREDIT: One Credut
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: General Math, Pre-Algebra or Algebra I
Content Description: This is a junior-senior course in mathematics designed for the student wanting another unit of math and with plans of terminating the formal education with high school graduation. The basic fundamentals of math are covered and their applications to consumer problems are emphasized. Practical areas in earning and handling money, taxes, car ownership, housing, foods, travel, and investments will be surveyed. Students who have already completed three years of mathematics must have instructor approval before enrolling in consumer mathematics.

 

SUBJECT:  COLLEGE ALGEBRA/TRIGONOMETRY (first semester)
CREDIT: One Credit (5 sem hr ICCC: Course Number MAT-120)
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: Algebra II and Jr ITED score of 90 or higher on MATH or ACT of 24 or higher or COMPASS score of 51 or higher
Content Description: This course is designed to prepare those students who are planning on taking all or part of the calculus sequence. Topics covered include algebraic, logarithmic, and exponential functions, inverse functions, sequences and series, conic sections, and the fundamentals of trigonometry. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Math/Science area at the college level.

 

SUBJECT: PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS
CREDIT: One Credit (3 ICCC Credits)
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: Minimum of "C" grade from College/Algebra/Trig and Jr ITED score of 03 or higher on MATH or ACT of 24 or higher or COMPASS score of 51 or higher
Content Description: This is the first course in basic probability and statistics which includes the study of frequency distributions, measurers of central tendency and dispersion, elements of statistical inference, regression and correlation. This course satisfies a general education requirement in the Math/Science area at the college level.

 

SUBJECT:  CALCULUS I
CREDIT: One Credit (4 sem hr ICCC: Course Number MAT-210)
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: Minimum of "C" grade from College/Algebra/Trig and Jr ITED score of 94 or higher on MATH or ACT of 28 or higher or COMPASS (T) score of 46 or higher
Content Description: This is a first course in integrated calculus and analytic geometry. The concepts of analytic geometry are studied as they apply to calculus. The calculus concepts covered include the rate of change of a function, limits, derivatives of algebraic, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, applications of the derivative and an introduction to integration.

 

SUBJECT:  CALCULUS II
CREDIT: One Credit (4 sem hr ICCC: Course Number MAT-216)
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: Minimum of "C" grade from Calculus I and Jr ITED score of 94 or higher on MATH or ACT of 28 or higher or COMPASS score of 46 or higher on Trig
Content Description: This is the second course of the calculus sequence. It includes the study of techniques and applications of integration, infinite series, polar equations and graphs, and vectors in two and three dimensions and vector-valued functions.

 

SUBJECT:  TECHNICAL MATH
CREDIT: One Credit (3 sem hr ICCC: Course Number MAT-743)
COURSE LENGTH: One Semester
GRADE LEVEL: 11, 12
PREREQUISITE: NONE
Content Description: This is an applied mathematics course, which will teach or reinforce basic mathematical skills. Fundamental mathematical concepts will be applied to the real-life problems of today's world.

 

Notes on changes to the Math Curriculum approved 1/18/2016: SCC's current Algebra concepts will be incorporated into the Algebra A and Algebra B curriculum. The high school will no longer teach a course called Algebra. Instead, freshmen may enroll in General Math I, General Math II, Algebra A, Algebra I, or Geometry. Sophomores who take Algebra A will enroll in Algebra B to be prepared to take Algebra I and higher during their Junior and Senior years.

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Updated 1/20/2016