Mathematics

Mathematics Department Course Offerings

Grade Level 1 Level 2
Option A
Level 2
Option B
Level 3
Option A
Level 3
Option B
9
  • Geometry-Honors
  • Introduction  to Computer Science
     
  • Algebra I 
  • Introduction  to Computer Science

Geometry

Algebra I

Integrated Algebra and Geometry

10
  • Algebra II-Honors
  • Introduction  to Computer Science
  • Computer Science Application Development
  • Geometry
  • Introduction  to Computer Science

Algebra II

Geometry

 Algebra I

11
  • Pre-Calculus-Honors
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • AP Computer Science A
  • Computer Science Application Development
     
  • Algebra II
  • Introduction  to Computer Science
  • Pre-College Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Pre-Calculus

Algebra II

  • Geometry
  • Accounting 
12
  • UConn/ECE  Advanced Placement Calculus I + II (BC)
  • UConn/ECE  Advanced Placement Calculus I  (AB)
  • UConn/ECE  Advanced Placement Statistics
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • AP Computer Science A
  • Computer Science Application Development
     
  • Pre-College Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Statistics
  • Introduction to Calculus
  • Pre-College Algebra and Trigonometry
  • UConn/ECE  Discrete Math
  • Statistics
  • Accounting 
  • Algebra II
Course required for Graduation

DHHS requires 3.5 credits of Mathematics for graduation.
 

The placement of courses in this chart is what is typical.  See the flow chart at the end of the math section to see all of the options.

In the Mathematics Department, Levels 1, 2, and 3 are defined as follows:

Level 1
For students who have demonstrated exceptional skills in mathematics, who are considering mathematics or science related careers, and who meet the criteria established by the Mathematics Department.
Level 2
For students who may have a commitment to mathematics or science related careers or who wish to pursue a rigorous and demanding college-bound sequence of study. 
Level 3
For students who wish to pursue an academic program in preparation for college or a technical field, but at a pace that allows for the review of skills that have not been previously mastered.

Notes:

  • Student placements are based on performance in the previous math course.  A student will not be recommended for a course unless they have met the prerequisite that is found at the top of the course description.
  • An A average and a teacher recommendation is required in a current course before a student will be considered for advancement to a higher level.

Courses

Mathematics Sequence of Courses Grades 8-12

Math sequence of courses grade 8-12. Contact Guidance for ADA Assistance 203-245-6360