Mathematics, Computer Science, and Technology
Students who finish this program in a strong manner will have the base knowledge to consider taking AP Computer Science, AP Statistics, or AP Calculus.
The Integrated Mathematics program includes a variety of teaching methods which we intentionally use to help students learn to study in different environments, as well as thoughtfully increase their independence in learning each year as their mathematical maturity increases.
Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) course approval is determined by a student’s performance in the previous classes through the grade, motivation, quality of work and curiosity displayed by the student.
For more information information about the Mathematics, Computer Science, and Technology Department, please contact Mrs. Elizabeth Dollhopf, George D. Senter Chair of Mathematics at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Integrated Mathematics
- Calculus, Statistics, Finance Courses
- Advanced Mathematics Courses
- Computer Science and Technology
- Integrated Mathematics 11: Rates of Change: From Data to Abstraction
- Integrated Mathematics 21: Rates of Change: From Data to Abstraction
- Integrated Mathematics 31 (Honors): Analysis in One, Two, and Three Dimensions
- Integrated Mathematics 41 (Honors): Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
- Integrated Mathematics 22: Pattern Analysis: Geometric Models and Algebraic Functions
- Integrated Mathematics 32: Pattern Analysis: Geometric Models and Algebraic Functions
- Integrated Mathematics 42 (Honors): Analysis with Proof
- Integrated Mathematics 33: Trigonometry and Applied Functions
- Integrated Math 43 (with Honors option): Foundation for Calculus