"If I were again beginning my studies, I would follow the advice of Plato and start with mathematics." ~Galileo Galilei
Middle School Math  

Foundations Math  PreAlgebra  Algebra 1*** ***Also a High School course 

Curriculum Provided  Math Mammoth 6 and additional teacher generated resources  Math Mammoth 7  Foerster Algebra 1 in addition to teacher generated resources  
Description  A comprehensive Middle School class preparing for PreAlgebra with a more extensive coverage of fractions, decimals, and percents utilizing handson activities, games, and critical thinking skills.  A 1year, fastpaced PreAlgebra class to include projects, critical thinking skills and utilizing handson activities where applicable.  A 1year, fastpaced Algebra class to include projects, critical thinking skills and utilizing handson activities where applicable.  
Suggested Grade Levels  6th7th Grade  7th8th  8th9th  
Course Credits  Honors Middle School Math  1 Honors PreAlgebra  1 Honors High Scool Algebra  
Prerequisites  Students must have a solid working knowledge of all whole number operations and exposure to fractions, decimals and percents.  Satisfactory grade on placement test.  Student Accessment for proper placement.  
Teacher  Sharon Brantley  June Turner  Sharon Brantley  
Course Cost  $625 until May 1st $650 after May 1st 
$600 
$625 until May 1st $650 after May 1st 

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES  
Tanton's Geometry  Algebra 2  Advanced Quantitative Reasoning  
Description  This course presents all the geometrical concepts in a traditional fashion to the high school student and will sufficiently prepare for questions on the math section of the PSAT, ACT, or SAT standardized tests.  This course moves at a very reasonable pace for most high school students. It is meant to be a college preparatory course in nature. This course of study can be completed by most average students, 
This customized class will focus on SAT (1st semester)and SAT II Math level 1 (2nd semester),test topics. The areas include numerical, algebraic, and geometric topics for the first semester and statistical, probabilistic, and trigonometric topics for the second. We will discuss testing strategies, but the emphasis will be on learningor refreshing or seeing in new waysthe actual math processes and how they can be applied to real world situations and decisionmaking. 

Suggested Grade Levels  9th10th  10th11th  11th+  
Course Credits  High School Geometry  High School Algebra 2  High School Advanced Quantitative Reasoning  
Prerequisites  Algebra I  Algebra I and Geometry  Algebra 2  
Teacher  June Turner  June Turner  June Turner  
Course Cost  $600 until May 1st  $600 until May 1st  $600 until May 1st  
Speciality High School Math Courses  
Algebra 1 A for Girls  Trigonometry for Physics  AP Calculus  
Course Description  By extending Algebra 1 over two years, my goal is for students to master the foundation of all future math classes, not just in terms of memorizing procedures but understanding the WHY of each concept that is introduced. In addition, in each class period students will be presented with problems that encourage “outofthebox” thinking in group problemsolving situations.  This 3week class is designed for students who plan to take Physics in the fall. It will comprise the study of trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, tangent), vectors, and other physicsrelated math concepts that students may not have studied in (or remembered from) an Algebra 1 class.  The goals of this course are to teach students the concepts of Calculus, prepare students for the AP Calculus AB/BC Exams (should they choose to take one of them), and to prepare students for future math courses. All Calculus BC topics stated in the College Board AP Calculus BC Course Description are covered in rigorous detail. Such topics include limits, differentiation and integration.  
Teacher  June Turner  June Turner  Kyla Edmonds  
Course Cost  $600  $150  $600  
BENEFITS for ALL Math Courses  
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Teacher Created Materials to Provide Individualization  √  √  √  
Weekly Homework  √ 36 Hours TOTAL  √ 36 Hours TOTAL  √ 36 Hours TOTAL  
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