Overview
Algebra II Honors (Grade 9/11)
 
The Algebra II Honors course is a study of second year algebra for the ninth grade honors students. The course will move from linear expressions and equations to linear systems. Quadratic equations and expressions will be covered from factoring and solving equations through complex numbers. Also covered will be polynomials and fractional exponents. If time permits, additional topics such as conic sections or logarithmic and exponential functions may be covered at the discretion of the teacher. Students will do written assignments on a daily basis and progress in their ability to solve problems in Algebra. Student proficiency will also increase in using algebraic reasoning to solve other kinds of problems and in representing these ideas graphically.
 
Algebra II CP (Grade 11)
 
Algebra II CP is an intermediate level mathematics course which introduces the students to some of the more difficult aspects of algebra. Areas of concentration will be coordinate geometry, fractional equations, functions, roots and powers, complex numbers, and logarithmic equations. Also in each unit will be practice in the application of the theory being taught; verbal problem solving is consistently interwoven in the units' work.
 
Algebra II CPC (Grade 11)
 
This is a fundamental course in algebra taught by a content area teacher and collaborative special education teacher. This course introduces the students to some of the more difficult aspects of algebra. Areas of concentration will be coordinate geometry, fractional exponents, functions, roots and powers and complex numbers.  Also, in each unit, will be practice in the application of the theory being taught; verbal problems solving is consistently interwoven in the units' work.