 ## Further Mathematics: Linear Algebra

This course is an introduction to the tools and techniques of linear algebra. Topics studied include vectors and matrices, vector spaces and dimension, determinants, eigenvalues, matrix factorization, and applications to graphs, dynamics, and probability. Where...

## Further Mathematics: Discrete Mathematics & Number Theory

This course provides a proof-based introduction to elementary number theory and discrete mathematics. Topics from number theory include the Euclidean algorithm and prime factorization, congruences and modular arithmetic, Fermat’s and Wilson’s theorems, as well as...

## Accelerated Algebra 1

The mathematical focus of this course is similar to that of Algebra 1. All of the topics of Algebra 1 are covered at a faster pace and in greater depth. Additional topics include compound inequalities...

## Advanced Algebraic & Geometric Analysis

This course is designed to challenge those 9th and new 10th grade students who have unusually strong backgrounds in algebra, geometry, or both. Students build on prior experience in algebra and geometry as a basis...

## Algebra 1

The fundamental mathematical practice of using variables to describe patterns, explore relationships, and solve problems is the focus of this course. Particular attention is paid to developing an awareness of the difference between expressions and...

## Algebra 2

A thorough review of Algebra 1 skills is intertwined with the development of more advanced algebraic skills in this course. Students are introduced to the concept of a mathematical function and they do extensive work...

## Intensive Algebra 2

Extending the skills developed in Algebra 1 and Geometry with Proofs, this course introduces new algebraic concepts that include rational expressions and equations; quadratic expressions, equations and inequalities; complex numbers; sequences and series; and the...

## AP Calculus–AB

This course covers all topics included in the College Board syllabus for AP Calculus AB. It is designed to be the equivalent of a college-level Calculus 1 course. Throughout the course, problems are considered from...

## AP Computer Science A

This course is cross-listed in the math and science departments. AP Computer Science A is an introductory course in computer science for those who already have some basic programming experience. The course emphasizes object-oriented programming...

## AP Statistics

This course follows the College Board syllabus, which includes all of the topics covered in Statistics plus concepts of variation, especially as related to statistical inference, sampling distributions, estimation and confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing...
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