A.P. Calculus AB
Prerequisite: Functions/ Trigonometry or Functions/Analytic Geometry and teacher recommendation
Advanced Placement Calculus AB explores the topics of limits/ continuity, derivatives, and integrals. These ideas are examined using a multilayered approach including the verbal, numerical, analytical, and graphical analysis of polynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their inverses. The student will be expected to relate the connections among these approaches. Students will also be required to synthesize knowledge of the topics of the course to solve applications that model physical, social and/or economic situations. These applications emphasize derivatives as rates of change, local linear approximations, optimizations and curve analysis, and integrals as Riemann sums, area of regions, volume of solids with known cross sections, average value of functions, and rectilinear motions. As mandated by the College Board, graphing calculators will be required. Students are required to take the AP Calculus AB examination which is administered in May. College credit and/or advanced placement in college is available to students receiving a qualifying score on the Advanced Placement Examination.

A.P. Statistics
Prerequisite: Algebra II
The Advanced Placement Statistics 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:
• Exploring Data: observing patterns and departures from patterns, anticipating patterns • Planning a Study: deciding what and how to measure • Producing models using probability theory and simulation, •Inference: drawing conclusions from sample data. Students are required to take the AP Statistics examination which is administered in May. Students who successfully complete the course and the Advanced Placement Statistics Examination may receive credit for a onesemester introductory college statistics course. 
A.P. Computer Science
Prerequisite: Algebra I
The AP Computer Science Principles course is designed to be equivalent to a firstsemester introductory college computing course. In this course, students will develop computational thinking skills vital for success across all disciplines, such as using computational tools to analyze and study data and working with large data sets to analyze, visualize, and draw conclusions from trends. The course engages students in the creative aspects of the field by allowing them to develop computational artifacts based on their interests. Students will also develop effective communication and collaboration skills by working individually and collaboratively to solve problems, and will discuss and write about the impacts these solutions could have on their community, society, and world.

Discrete Math/Probability/Statistics
Prerequisite: Algebra II
This elective mathematics course provides students with the opportunity to combine previously learned mathematics with selected concepts of recent mathematics to solve problems created by modern society. In this course, the main focus is problem solving in a discrete setting. Techniques that are not considered in the current traditional courses of algebra, geometry, and calculus will be utilized. As students solve problems, they will analyze and determine whether or not a solution exists (existence problems), investigate how many solutions exist (counting problems), and focus on finding the best solution (optimization problems).
The Probability and Statistics course includes theory of probability, description of statistical measurements, probability distributions and statistical inference. The course is designed for the student who plans to enter such fields as business, economics, education, psychology, sociology, medicine, etc., which require statistics for their effective pursuit. Successful completion of this course will be adequate preparation for the usual college courses in these fields. In addition, any student who is preparing for study in mathematics, physical sciences or engineering will eventually find a need for one or more courses in statistics. This course will provide the student the necessary fundamental background in probability and statistics. 
Functions/Trigonometry
Prerequisite: Algebra II and teacher recommendation
Functions/Trigonometry is a oneyear preparatory course for Advanced Placement Calculus AB. Basic course content is comprised of the algebra of real numbers, complex numbers and polynomials; exponential, polynomial and logarithmic functions; circular functions and trigonometry.

Functions Analytical Geometry
Prerequisite: Algebra II / Trigonometry and teacher recommendation
Functions/Analytic Geometry is a oneyear preparatory course for Advanced Placement Calculus BC. The course content is comprised of the algebra of real numbers, vectors, complex numbers and polynomials; exponential, polynomial and logarithmic functions; and analytic geometry.
