Math Requirements for Graduation
- All 8th and 9th graders are required to take a full year of mathematics.
- All students must take 2 math credits throughout their 10th, 11th, or 12th, grade years.
- All students must take a math course encompassing statistics and probability.
This statistics and probability requirement may be met in one of the following ways:
- Students may take a year-long Geometry with Stats course.
- Students may take a semester-long General Statistics course in their 10th, 11th, or 12th grade years. This course may be taken in conjunction with other math courses.
- Students may take a year-long FST course in their sophomore, junior, or senior year.
- Students may take a year-long Advanced Placement Statistics course in which college credit could be
earned based on an A.P. Exam test score. (Can be taken in conjunction with any course beyond Algebra
*All students must complete Algebra or Algebra X.
*Note: All students must pass both semesters of a math course in order to advance to the next
level math course. Students not advancing (or failing at semester) will, by consultation with their
math teacher and guidance counselor, be placed in the appropriate second semester math course.
- Algebra II
- Algebra II X
- Algebra X
- AP Calculus - BC
- AP Statistics
- Applied Math
- FST Function, Statistics and Trigonometry
- General Statistics
- Geometry X
- Geometry with Stats
- Pre-Algebra Part 2