The Mathematics Department provides a college-preparatory curriculum that teaches students to value mathematics as a necessary tool in today’s global society and be effective problem solvers. Each teacher presents material analytically, verbally, numerically and graphically by using various forms of technology. Through the study of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and statistics, students become critical thinkers who are better equipped to solve real-world problems.
A notable strength in the Mathematics Department is the collaboration of teachers — they work together in planning lessons, sharing materials and supporting one another. Members of the department have an impressive number of years of teaching experience, which is reflected in the variety of teaching methods and materials used in instruction. The Mathematics faculty recognizes the ongoing need for professional development, and they take advantage of the opportunities to attend workshops and conferences to revise and improve the curriculum as appropriate.
AP & Honors Tracks
AP and honors academic tracks offer many benefits for students who are seeking a challenging and rigorous education. These courses provide an opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of various subjects while also developing advanced critical thinking and problem-solving skills.