This course includes formal proof, logic and deductive reasoning, parallel and perpendicular lines, polygons, congruent and similar figures, coordinate geometry, transformations, right triangles and trigonometry, circles, surface area and volume. Prerequisite:...

This instructional course is designed to provide students knowledge of geometric concepts and skills. Emphasis is placed on problem solving skills and applications. Topics may include: review of algebra skills and equations, properties of lines, points, planes,...

This is a challenging course in plane and solid geometry. It includes all the topics of geometry with additional rigor in proof, logic and deductive reasoning. Additional emphasis on non-routine problems. Prerequisite: Algebra Honors (middle school) OR “Strong...

This course covers all important geometry content for later mathematics but de-emphasizes formal proof. Topics include counting techniques, probability, properties of polygons, transformations, perimeter, area, volume, constructions, similarity & congruence,...

This co-taught course is a continuation from Algebra Team 163. Topics include functions and relations, counting techniques, probability, properties of polygons, transformations, perimeter, area, volume, constructions, similarity and congruence, basic trigonometry,...

This instructional course focuses on the further development and integration of the mathematics skills introduced during the essential math course and is designed to prepare students for entry into the algebra concepts and applications course. Units include standard...

Topics align with the Oakton Community College syllabi for Linear Algebra and Calculus III. In addition to high school credit, two semesters of college- level math credit may also be obtained (through Oakton dual credit). An application fee of $25 is required if...

This instructional course is designed to provide students with instruction in beginning and functional mathematics. The course covers mathematical knowledge and skills in the areas of basic numeration, patterns, time, money, budgeting, graphing, and measurement. Real...

This instructional course is designed to provide students with the basic pre-algebra skills. Topics may include: factors and multiples, reading and interpreting data, negative numbers and coordinate plane, and equations, expressions, and inequalities. Emphasis is on...

This course emphasizes mathematics many students need upon entering a university. It covers polynomial functions, rational functions, trigonometry, logarithms, probability, and statistics. Modeling with data is integrated throughout the course. Prerequisite: Algebra...