Throughout each math course, students are encouraged to use their reasoning ability.  Students are trained to think naturally, logically, and systematically.

Basic algebra concepts such as polynomial factoring, graphing of equalities and inequalities, and rational expressions are introduced and expanded through chapter studies.  These topics build a foundation for introduction to more complex concepts such as probability, statistics, and transitional graphing.  

Students should expect to spend two (2) to three (3) hours outside of class completing each week's assignments.

Text books will be ordered by the director.