MATHEMATICS 4 credits required for graduation

Course Algebra I CP

Grade Level

Difficulty Level

Credit

Prerequisite

9 College Prep

1

Geometry CP

9, 10 College Prep

1

Algebra I CP

Geometry Honors

9, 10 Honors

1

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Algebra II CP

10, 11 College Prep

1

Geometry

1

See course description

11, 12 College Prep

1

Algebra II

PreCalculus CP

9, 10, 11, 12 College Prep

1

Algebra II

PreCalculus Honors

9, 10, 11, 12 Honors

1

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Algebra II Honors Algebra III CP

9, 10, 11 Honors

Calculus CP

11, 12 College Prep

1

PreCalculus CP or Honors

AP Calculus AB

11, 12 Honors

1

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Statistics CP

11, 12 College Prep

1

Algebra II CP or Honors

10, 11, 12 Honors

1

PreCalculus CP or Honors AP

AP Calculus BC

12 Honors

½

AP Calculus AB

Multivariable Calc. I Honors

12 Honors

½

AP Calculus BC

Multivariable Calc. II Honors

12 Honors

½

AP Calc. BC & Multivar.Calc. I

AP Statistics

Cryptology 9, 10, 11, 12 College Prep ½ none Explanation of Math Tracking: 1. Accelerated level begins in 7th grade with Algebra I Honors and is for exceptionally strong math students. At least an 85% average in the preceding math class is required for continuing at this level. Course work is appropriate for the exceptional student. Students can be placed at this level at the recommendation of the students’ 6th grade math teacher before the start of 7th grade. 2. Honors level begins in 7th grade with Pre-Algebra Honors and is for strong math students. At least an 85% average in the preceding math class is required for continuing at this level. Course work is appropriate for excellent students. Students can be placed at this level at the recommendation of the students’ 6th grade math teacher. 3. The college preparatory level is designed for the majority of college-bound students. It begins in the 8th grade with Algebra I CP. Students can be placed at this level at the recommendation of the students’ 7th grade math teacher. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that students strive to take PreCalculus or higher. Some colleges will not accept Statistics as a fourth math credit.

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Mariemont High School Course Description Guide for the 2019-20 school year

Published on Jan 3, 2019

Mariemont High School Course Description Guide for the 2019-20 school year