# Mathematics

The aim of the Mathematics department is to nurture each Forest Ridge student to grow in her knowledge of mathematical content and to deepen her mathematical thinking. We lead students through a curriculum that allows every individual to be challenged to realize her highest mathematical potential, as we recognize that students have differing backgrounds and abilities. Thus, we believe it is essential that each student be placed in the level of mathematics that will provide the appropriate level of challenge.

Mathematics is a global language, and to that end our courses guide students through a global awareness of math through a study of current events through a mathematical lens, hands on projects to demonstrate real world applications, and a variety of cultural views and approaches to math.

2021-2022 Course Offerings

## Middle School: 5^{th}-8^{th} Grade

- Foundations of Math (Grade 5)
- Integrated Mathematics Course 1 (Grades 5, 6)
- Integrated Mathematics Course 2 (Grades 5, 6, 7)
- Integrated Mathematics Course 3 (Grades 6, 7, 8)
- Algebra I (Grades 7, 8)
- Geometry (Grade 7, 8)
- Algebra II (Grade 8)

## Foundations of Math (Grade 5)

## Integrated Mathematics Course 1 (Grades 5, 6)

## Integrated Mathematics Course 2 (Grades 5, 6, 7)

## Integrated Mathematics Course 3 (Grades 6, 7, 8)

## Algebra I (Grades 7, 8)

## Geometry (Grade 7, 8)

## Algebra II (Grade 8)

## High School: 9^{th}-12^{th} Grade

*Graduation Requirement: 3.0 credits (6 Semesters), and satisfactory completion of Algebra II*

- Algebra I
- Geometry
- Algebra II
- Algebra II & Trigonometry
- Precalculus
- Precalculus & Analysis
- Principles of Calculus
- Calculus I: Differential and Integral
- Calculus I: Differential and Integral
- Calculus II: Integral and Multivariable (Differential Equations)
- Statistics

## Algebra I

## Geometry

## Algebra II

## Algebra II & Trigonometry

## Precalculus

## Precalculus & Analysis

## Principles of Calculus

## Calculus I: Differential and Integral

## Calculus I: Differential and Integral

## Calculus II: Integral and Multivariable (Differential Equations)

## Statistics

**Course offerings are based on student interest and minimum enrollment requirements; therefore, some classes listed may not be offered every school year.*