**Algebra IA**

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1200370

FL Honors: None

Algebra and the world around you. You may not know it, but algebra is behind the scenes of just about everything. How long will it take to get to school? What does it mean to be average in height? What percentage of your time do you spend studying or watching TV? There are ways to measure and calculate everything from the amount of water in a glass, to the amount of glass needed to build a skyscraper. This course will review some of the fundamental math skills you learned in middle school, and then get you up to speed on the basic concepts of algebra. Each module takes you step-by-step into the world of integers, equations, graphs and data analysis. You’ll work at your own pace until the numbers come out right. This course connects algebra to the real world. It also demystifies algebra, making it easier to understand and master. The goal is to create a foundation in math that will stay with you throughout high school.
Pre-Requisites: Student should be in 9th grade or higher. Course is part of a two-year sequence with Algebra IB.

**Algebra IB**

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1200380

FL Honors: None

It’s time to finish what you started. In Algebra 1A, you learned that algebra is an efficient way to solve some real-world problems. You also acquired the power to do a lot of the important basic work. Now, after a quick review, you’ll be ready to tackle Algebra 1b. This course works like the last one. You’ll get step-by-step instructions with all the numbers, equations. and graphs on the screen right in front of you. You’ll also have plenty of time to practice and plenty of opportunities to ask your teacher for help. Along with learning new algebraic strategies and properties, you’ll learn data analysis concepts and techniques. You’ll also see how algebra connects with other high school subjects like geometry, statistics and biology. Together, Algebra 1a and 1b will meet your Algebra 1 requirement. These courses will also give you a powerful tool for understanding how the world works, and how to make it work for you.Pre-Requisites: Algebra 1A

**Algebra I **

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1200310

FL Honors: 1200320

Algebra I emphasizes the importance of algebra in everyday life through hundreds of real-world examples. Assessments are designed to ensure that your understanding goes beyond rote memorization of steps and procedures. Upon successful course completion, you will have a strong foundation in Algebra I and will be prepared for other higher level math courses.Pre-Requisites: M/J Math II Advanced or M/J Pre-Algebra

**Algebra II **

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1200330

FL Honors: 1200340

Starting with a review of basic algebra, you will learn polynomials, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic relations, and probability and statistics.
Pre-Requisites: Algebra I

**Algebra Readiness **

Credits: 1

FL Code:

FL Honors:

Algebra Readiness is not a course in the typical sense. It provides an option for students to review 16 Algebra topics as they wish with immediate feedback on practice questions. The beauty of Algebra Readiness is that students can repeat topics as often as they like. Students select a topic, answer pretest questions, review reminders and examples, and practice again. Please note: this course is built in Flash and may not work on all mobile devices.

**Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications **

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1200500

FL Honors: None

This advanced course incorporates real-world applications, collaboration, and calculations using technology. Prepare to handle your personal finances by learning the formulas used to determine account balances, monthly payments, total costs, and more. This course can be used to meet 1 math credit for graduation, Bright Futures, and university admission.Pre-Requisites: Algebra II recommended

**Calculus Honors **

Credits: 1

FL Code:

FL Honors: 1202300

Study limits, continuity, and differentiation while exploring integrated algebraic, trigonometric, and transcendental functions and the applications of derivatives and integrals.
Pre-Requisites: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, & Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry/Analytical

Pre-Requisites: Algebra II recommended

**Geometry **

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1206310

FL Honors: 1206320

Learn about shapes, points, lines, and planes and gain an understanding of how geometry affects the world around us.Pre-Requisites: Algebra I or its equivalent.

**Liberal Arts Math **

Credits: 1

FL Code: 1207300

FL Honors:

This course will enable students to strengthen algebraic and geometric concepts and skills necessary for further study of mathematics. Learning will take place as students spend time at an amusement park.Pre-Requisites: Algebra 1

**Math for College Readiness **

Credits: 1

FL Code:

FL Honors:

Acquire skills needed for success in college level mathematics. You will explore expressions, equations, statistics, and probability to learn Algebra and Geometry skills required for entry into college-level courses.Pre-Requisites: Algebra II

**Pre-Calculus Honors **

Credits: 1

FL Code:

FL Honors: 1202340

As a mathematical analyst, you will investigate how advanced mathematics concepts can solve problems encountered in operating national parks. This course includes analytical geometry and trigonometry.

Pre-Requisites: Algebra I, Geometry, & Algebra II