The Mathematics curriculum attempts to provide learning experiences for all students consistent with their academic abilities, needs, and aspirations. The program offered by the Mathematics Department reflects an awareness that we live in a complex age in which mathematics plays an increasingly important role for society and the individual alike. The intent of the curriculum is to present mathematics as a useful, exciting, and creative area of study that can be appreciated, enjoyed, and mastered by all students. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding mathematics with the goal of preparing students to adapt in a continuously changing, technical world. Students will be challenged to achieve mathematical power through problem solving, communicating mathematically, reasoning, and making connections.

Courses in Mathematics
(click to read course descriptions from Program of Studies)
Algebra I Honors
Algebra I CP1
Algebra I CP2
Geometry Honors
Geometry CP1
Geometry CP2
Algebra II Honors
Algebra II CP1
Algebra II CP2
Calculus Honors
Calculus CP1
Statistics Honors
Statistics CP1
Statistics CP2
Math Models with Applications CP2
Precalculus Honors
Precalculus CP1
AP Calculus
AP Statistics

Mathematics Department Staff
David Passeggio, Department Chairperson
Julie Butler
Ashley Cannon
Monica Friar
Vanessa Hackett
Sheryl Lerner
Kathleen Milne
Zachary Okolowitcz
Rachael Sprague
David St. Martin
Caitlin Sullivan

Patricia Watters