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# High School Mathematics

Mr. Robert Hochreiter

Calculus is designed to give students an overview of Calculus topics such as limits and continuity, derivatives, anti-derivatives, integrals and differential equations. This course covers topics in these areas, including concepts and skills of limits, derivatives, definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. The course teaches students to approach calculus concepts and problems when they are represented graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally, and to make connections amongst these representation

Ms. Caroline Griesbauer

A thorough introduction to counting and probability topics such as permutations, combinations, Pascal’s triangle, geometric probability, basic combinatorial identities, and the Binomial Theorem. Second semester topics include inclusion-exclusion, recursion, conditional probability, generating functions, and graph theory.

• Introduction and Intermediate Counting & Probability published by Art of Problem Solving

Mr. Robert Hochreiter

This is a college preparatory math course which reinforces important concepts covered in Algebra II and lays a foundation for Calculus.  It challenges students to practice study skills relevant to learning mathematics.

Topics include Linear Functions, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Periodic Functions, Trigonometric Identities and Equations, Further Applications of Trigonometry, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Analytic Geometry, Sequences, Probability, and Counting Theory,
Introduction to Calculus.

Algebra II  10th or 11th Grade
Ms. Caroline Griesbauer

This is a college preparatory math course which builds upon the foundation laid in Algebra I and prepares students for Pre-Calculus.  Topics include equations/inequalities; linear equations/functions; systems of equations; quadratic functions, polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions; rational functions, quadratic relations and conic sections; trigonometric ratios, functions, identities, graphs, and equations.

Dr. Richard Allington

This Geometry course is designed to follow an Algebra I course and is typically it is taken by 9th or 10th grade students.  By studying laws of basic reasoning, students learn how to form logical conclusions.  Plane, solid, and coordinate geometry are studied.  Basic geometrical principles are taught.  Since Geometry and Algebra are closely related, students use algebraic methods to solve real-world geometry problems.