Gaining mathematical power is the focus of this instructional program. Mathematically powerful students can think and communicate by drawing on mathematical ideas and by using math tools and techniques. They can solve problems and use data systematically to develop patterns and explanations. Mathematically powerful students can think and communicate by drawing on mathematical ideas and by using math tools and techniques and they can solve problems and use data systematically to develop patterns and explanations. Mathematically powerful students do something meaningful and purposeful with their mathematics, including furthering their studies in science, technology, and social science and applying their math power to daily living and workplace options. All students need to engage in challenging mathematics in order to be prepared for the technical jobs of the new workplace.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION:
There is a twoyear requirement for graduation; the minimum is Algebra 1 and Geometry.
UC ELIGIBILITY:
c. Mathematics – 3 year required, 4 years recommended.
A student must earn 30 credits and a grade of "C" or higher in approved mathematic courses.
Math Department Book List
Math Department Book List (as of May 2017)
Math Supplies List
Math Course Sequences
AP Calculus BC Information for 201617
Mathematics Courses
For a list of Math Courses with descriptions please see the Class Course Selection Guide PowerPoint.
Course  Units  Grades  UC/CSU Requirement  Prerequisite 
Algebra 1  10  912  c  None 
Algebra 2  10  912  c  C or better in Geometry with teacher recommendation 
Algebra 2/ Trigonometry 
10  912  c  B or better in Geometry (Enriched) with teacher recommendation 
Computer Programming JAVA  10  912  g  Successful completion of Algebra 1 or higher math course and previous computer use with teacher recommendation 
Geometry  10  912  c  C or better in Algebra 1 or Algebra I with Algebra Workshop or completion of Algebra 1B 
Geometry Enriched  10  912  c  B or better in Algebra I with teacher recommendation 
Applications of Advanced Mathematics  10  912  c  C or better in Algebra 2 with teacher recommendation 
Math Analysis  10  912  c  B or better in Algebra 2 with teacher recommendation 
PreCalculus Honors  10  912  c  B or better in Algebra 2/Trigonometry or Math Analysis with teacher recommendation 
AP Calculus AB  10  912  c  B or better in Math Analysis or C or better in PreCalculus Honors with teacher recommendation 
AP Calculus BC  10  912  c  B or better in PreCalculus H with teacher recommendation 
AP Computer Science A  10  1012  g  B or better in Computer Programming JAVA; and B or better in Algebra 2 or higher math course; and strong computer and problem solving skills; with teacher recommendation 
AP Statistics  10  1012  c  C or better in Applications of Applied Mathematics with teacher recommendation 
Math Department Course Information Sheets 201617
Foundational Math  Advanced Math  Computer Science 
