Code 
Title 
Department 
Description 
MA426

Business Math

Math

Seniors only. Business Math is a twosemester course for seniors who need a third year of math and have chosen not to take an AG Math class. Students will be taught to establish effective study habits, by keeping a schedule, and they will be required to keep and organize a three ring binder with class notes and work. Most students will use this class to strengthen their skills for placement tests given by Tech schools and Community colleges and strengthen their skills needed for success in Economics, a class requirement for seniors.

MA502

Calculus AB, Advanced Placement

Math

Fulfills "a  g" requirement.
Prerequisite: Precalculus Honors with a “C“ or better
AP Calculus AB is a twosemester course for students who want to study college level calculus in high school. This course is for students who have earned a C or better in Precalculus Honors. Topics included in this course are: limits, differentiation techniques, applications of differentiation, integration, applications of integration, and an introduction to differential equations and slope fields. Students are required to use a graphing calculator. The course includes an extensive preparation for the AP Calculus AB exam.

MA576

Calculus BC, Advanced Placement

Math

Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB with a “C“ or better
AP Calculus BC is a twosemester course for students who have successfully completed AP Calculus AB. The course continues the students’ study of calculus with topics including: L’Hopital’s Rule, additional techniques of integration (integration by parts, partial fraction substitution, and trigonometric substitution), improper integrals, arc length, Euler’s Method, the Logistic differential equation, sequences and series, polar and parametric equations, and vectors. Students are required to use a graphing calculator. The course includes an extensive preparation for the AP Calculus BC exam.

AT462

Civil Engineering and Architecture

Math

PLTW Engineering Prerequisites: “C” or better in a previous PLTW, Integrated Math II or higher, Chemistry, or Physics course.
This course applies math, science and standard engineering practices so students may design both a residential and commercial project. Students will document their work and model their design using Autodesk Revit (a 3D architectural design software).

AT476

Computer Science A, Advanced Placement

Math

AP Computer Science A is a twosemester course designed to help students master the basics of the Java computer programming language and to help them to discover the power of
computer science through rewarding yet challenging concepts. Topics include Program Design and Algorithm Development; Code Logic, Implementation, Testing, and Documentation; and Ethical Computing.

AT475

Computer Science Principles, Advanced Placement

Math

AP CSP is a twosemester course that introduces students to the essential ideas of Computer Science. While preparing for the AP CSP exam, students will have the opportunity to use Computer Science to address realworld issues that interest them. They will build and refine their skills in creative problemsolving, and will learn about internet structures, cyber security issues, and the global impacts of computing.
While programming is taught in the course, no previous experience is required, and it is only one among many aspects of computing that students will learn. Almost every field today—including business, law, medicine and science—requires an understanding of computing. The skills students learn in this course can be applied across a wide range of careers and disciplines.

MA571

Ethnic Stats

Math

Prerequisites: Must be an 11th or 12th grade student, C or better in Integrated Math 2
Centering around Statistics and Probability, AIES will investigate reasons to the big question: Why do students of color and girls consistently do worse in mathematics than white males, including those who come from affluent families? What are the implications of these issues in adult life? Students will hone in on the issues of mathematical knowledge attainment in relation to disadvantaged students and the effects that occur in adult life that stem from being part of a minority in the United States. Students will use statistical concepts to determine whether data they find is statistically significant to make conclusions that are worthy of publication.

MA571

Ethnic Studies Statistics

Math

Prerequisite: Integrated Math 2
Centering around statistics and probability, this course will investigate reasons to the big question: Why do students of color and girls consistently do worse in mathematics than white males, including those who come from affluent families? What are the implications of these issues in adult life? Students will learn the essentials of statistics and probability in relation to disadvantaged students and the effects that occur in adult life that stem from being part of a minority in the United States. An example of topics explored includes stereotype threat and the schooltoprison pipeline.

MA560

Integrated Math 1

Math

Integrated Math 1 is the first in a three course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2 and 3. Integrated 1 is intended for ninthgraders and addresses the California Common Core Standards for high school math as outlined in the integrated course pathway in Appendix A of the CCSS math document. The course develops students’ understanding of functions, linear relationships, geometric transformations, systems of equations, sequences and bivariate data analysis.

EN561

Integrated Math 2

Math

Integrated Math 2 focuses on Geometry and Algebra. Geometry concepts covered include similarity, polygons, circles, areas, volumes, and an introduction to proofs and right triangle trigonometry. Algebra concepts covered include an introduction to functions, imaginary numbers, higher order polynomials, graphing of functions, and irrational expressions.

MA562

Integrated Math 2 Honors

Math

Prerequisites: B or better in Integrated Math 1 and Teacher Recommendation
Integrated Math 2 Honors is the second of three core mathematics courses required for college entrance. The course content covers the mathematical content as described in the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools Integrated Pathway Model. Integrated Math 2 Honors focuses on Geometry and Algebra. Geometry concepts covered include similarity, polygons, circles, areas, volumes, and an introduction to proofs and right triangle trigonometry. Algebra concepts covered include an introduction to functions, imaginary numbers, higher order polynomials, graphing of functions, and irrational expressions. In this course, students will focus on quadratic expressions, equations, and functions; comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships from Integrated Mathematics 1. Rea; and complex numbers are introduced so that all quadratic equations can be solved. Probability and data are explored through conditional probability and counting methods including their use in making and evaluating decisions. Quadratics are connected through an understanding of similarity, right triangle trigonometry, and Pythagorean relationships. Circles and their algebraic representations round out the course.

MA578

Integrated Math 3

Math

Prerequisites: C or better in Integrated Math 2
Integrated Math 3 is the third of three core mathematics courses required for college entrance. The course content covers the mathematical content as described in the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools Integrated Pathway Model. The focus of Integrated Mathematics 3 is on four critical areas: (1) apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data; (2) expand understanding of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions; (3) expand right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles; and (4) consolidate functions and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems. The course emphasizes mathematical reasoning, problem solving, and communication through integration of the various strands and connections with other subject areas and reallife applications, use of technology, and exploratory and group activities.

MA569

Integrated Math 3 Honors

Math

Prerequisites: C or better in Integrated Math 2 Honors
Integrated Math 3 Honors is the third of three core mathematics courses required for college entrance. The course content covers the mathematical content as described in the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools Integrated Pathway Model. The focus of Integrated Mathematics 3 is on four critical areas: (1) apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data; (2) expand understanding of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions; (3) expand right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles; and (4) consolidate functions and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems. The course emphasizes mathematical reasoning, problem solving, and communication through integration of the various strands and connections with other subject areas and reallife applications, use of technology, and exploratory and group activities. Honors means each topic will be explored with greater depth and breadth, and mastery is expected. Nearly every lesson includes additional questions, investigations and projects. Additional STEM and Precalculus standards have also been added to the curriculum.

MA570

Intro to Data Science

Math

IDS is a “C” approved mathematics course in the UC AG requirements. As a statistics course, successful completion of IDS validates Integrated III. IDS is an excellent option for any student who possesses sufficient mathematical maturity and quantitative reasoning ability, and has successfully completed Integrated I. The best time to take IDS is after finishing both Integrated I and Integrated II.
IDS is a rigorous course. It is for students who wish to:
Develop their quantitative skills.
Take a course that will prepare them for AP Statistics.
Take an alternative high school mathematics pathway.
Gain access to emerging fields that include Computational Data Analysis.
Be engaged with math, statistics, and computational thinking when the instruction is inquirybased in real world issues.

VA466

Intro to Engineering

Math

PLTW Engineering The goal of the Introduction to Engineering Design course is to provide students with opportunities to engage in openended problemsolving and to learn to apply the engineering design process. Utilizing industryleading technology and software, students dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science and engineering standards to handson projects. They work both individually and in teams to design solutions to a variety of problems using 3D modeling software, and use an engineering notebook to document their work.


Introduction to Computer Science with Python

Math

Fulfills "a  g" requirement. An introduction to computer programming using the Python language. No previous coding experience required.

MA601

Math HL 1 (IB)

Math

Part of the IB International Baccalaureate program Click for More

MA604

Math HL 2 (IB)

Math

Part of the IB International Baccalaureate program Click for More

MA600

Math SL 1 (IB)

Math

Part of the IB International Baccalaureate program Click for More

AT463

PLTW Engineering

Math

PLTW Engineering The knowledge and skills students acquire throughout PLTW Engineering come together in Engineering Design and Development as they identify an issue and then research, design, and test a solution, ultimately presenting their solution to a panel of engineers. Students apply the professional skills they have developed to document a design process to standards, completing Engineering Design and Development ready to take on any postsecondary program or career.

MA516

PreCalculus

Math

Seniors only
Prerequisites: Being a Senior and Algebra 2 or Trigonometry with a “C” or better
This is a college preparatory course. Topics include: transformations of functions, solving nonright triangles (Law of Sines, Law of Cosines), radian measure, unit circle, piecewisedefined functions, summation notation, exponentials and logarithms, circular functions (including reciprocal functions, modeling periodic behavior, identities), the ambiguous case, binomial expansion, polynomial division, finite series, infinite geometric series, rates of change (secant lines, tangent lines, average, instantaneous), vectors, parametric equations, polar equations, complex numbers, conic sections

MA504

PreCalculus Honors

Math

Fulfills "a  g" requirement.
Prerequisite: Algebra 2 Honors or Trigonometry with a “C” or better
This is a college preparatory course developed for accelerated students. Topics include: transformations of functions, solving nonright triangles (Law of Sines, Law of Cosines), radian measure, unit circle, area under a curve (approximations using lefthand endpoints rectangles, righthand endpoint rectangles, midpoints, and trapezoids), piecewisedefined functions, summation notation, exponentials and logarithms, circular functions (including reciprocal functions, modeling periodic behavior, identities), introduction to limits, the ambiguous case, binomial expansion, polynomial division, finite series, infinite geometric series, rates of change (secant lines, tangent lines, average, instantaneous), derivative, vectors, parametric equations, polar equations, complex numbers, conic sections

AT461

Principals of Engineering

Math

PLTW Engineering Through problems that engage and challenge, students explore a broad range of engineering topics, including mechanisms, the strength of structures and materials, and automation. Students develop skills in problem solving, research, and design while learning strategies for design process documentation, collaboration, and presentation.

MA506

Statistics

Math

(one semester course)
Fulfills "a  g" requirement.
Prerequisites: Algebra 2 with a “C“ or better
This one semester course covers the essentials of Probability and Statistics as outlined in the California State Standards. It is meant for students that wish to further explore the probability and statistics that is introduced in their Integrated Math 3 class.

MA503

Statistics, Advanced Placement

Math

Fulfills "a  g" requirement.
Prerequisites: A student must meet one of the following requirements: 1) PreCalculus Honors with a “C“ or better or 2) Statistics with a “B+” or better AND Trigonometry with a “B+” or better.
AP Statistics is a twosemester course. The course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: 1) Exploring Data: Describing patterns and departures from patterns; 2) Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and conducting a study; 3) Anticipating Patterns: Exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation; and 4) Statistical Inference: Estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses. Students are required to use a graphing calculator. The course includes an extensive preparation for the AP Statistics exam.

MA505

Trigonometry

Math

(one semester course)
Fulfills "a  g" requirement.
Prerequisites: Algebra 2 with a “C“ or better
Topics include: The six trigonometric functions, identities (sum/difference, doubleangle, halfangle, etc.), right triangle trigonometry (solving right triangles, applications), vectors, radian measure, arc length, area of a sector, graphing trigonometric functions (amplitude, period, phase shift), solving trigonometric equations, Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, ambiguous case, SAS formula for area of a triangle

