MATHEMATICS 
HS Geometry with College Foundations Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Intermediate Algebra or Honors HS Intermediate Algebra Intended Audience : Grade 10 Credit : Three trimesters = 1.0 math credit and 0.5 elective credit Major Outcomes : This course continues the extensive , connected , and applied study of Mathematics from previous courses . It has strong threads woven throughout the course focusing on multiple representations , justifying thinking , and communicating the meaning of a solution . The topics covered in the course are :
• Shapes and Transformations
• Angles and Measurement
• Justification and Similarity
• Trigonometry and Probability
• Congruent Triangles
• Proof and Quadrilaterals
• Polygons and Circles
• Solids and Constructions
• Circles and Conditional Probability
• Solids and Circles Instructional Focus : Instruction presented in a variety of ways ; some handson activities .
Honors HS Geometry with College Foundations Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Intermediate Algebra or Honors HS Intermediate Algebra Intended Audience : Grade 10 Credit : Three trimesters = 1.0 math credit and 0.5 elective credit Major Outcomes : This course continues the extensive , connected , and applied study of Mathematics from previous courses . It has strong threads woven throughout the course focusing on multiple representations , justifying thinking , and communicating the meaning of a solution . The topics covered in the course are :
• Shapes and Transformations
• Angles and Measurement
• Justification and Similarity
• Trigonometry and Probability
• Congruent Triangles
• Proof and Quadrilaterals
• Polygons and Circles
• Solids and Constructions
• Circles and Conditional Probability
• Solids and Circles Instructional Focus : Instruction presented in a variety of ways ; some handson activities , and more indepth study of content .

HS Algebra II Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Geometry with College Foundations or Honors HS Geometry with College Foundations Intended Audience : Grade 11 Credit : Two trimesters = 1.0 math credit Major Outcomes : This course continues the extensive , connected , and applied study of Mathematics from previous courses . It has strong threads woven throughout the course focusing on multiple representations , justifying thinking , and communicating the meaning of a solution . The topics covered in the course are :
• Transformations of parent graphs
• Equivalent forms
• Solving and intersections
• Inverses and logarithms
• 3D graphing and logarithms
• Trigonometric functions , polynomials
• Randomization and normal distributions
• Series
• Simulating sampling variability Instructional Focus : Instruction presented in a variety of ways ; some handson activities .
Honors HS Algebra II Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Geometry with College Foundations or Honors HS Geometry with College Foundations Intended Audience : Grade 11 Credit : Two trimesters = 1.0 math credit Major Outcomes : This course continues the extensive , connected , and applied study of Mathematics from previous courses . It has strong threads woven throughout the course focusing on multiple representations , justifying thinking , and communicating the meaning of a solution . The topics covered in the course are :
• Transformations of parent graphs
• Equivalent forms
• Solving and intersections
• Inverses and logarithms
• 3D graphing and logarithms
• Trigonometric functions , polynomials
• Randomization and normal distributions
• Series
• Simulating sampling variability Instructional Focus : Instruction presented in a variety of ways ; some handson activities , and more indepth study of content .

Coll Honors College Algebra Through Modeling [ AndHS , AHS , BHS , and CRHS only ] College Credit [ University of Minnesota  CI 1806 ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Algebra II , Honors HS Algebra II Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 ; a grade of C + or better in Advanced Algebra and class rank ( 50th80th percentile ) is considered Credit : Two trimesters = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Construct math models to describe real world phenomena
• Use math models to make predictions
• Apply linear , polynomial , rational , exponential , and logarithmic functions to real world situations
• Communicate and evaluate math reasoning Projects , Activities , etc .: Modeling assignments solving realistic problems ; utilize graphing calculators and spreadsheets to accurately represent the behavior of realworld data Instructional Focus : Emphasis on realworld problemsolving applications
Coll Honors College Algebra [ AndHS , AHS , BHS , CRHS only ] College Credit [ AHS only : AnokaRamsey Community College – Math 1200 ] [ AndHS , BHS , and CRHS : St . Cloud State University – Math 112 ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : HS Algebra II or Honors HS Algebra II and a required math score on the placement test Intended Audience : Only Grade 11 [ GPA in top 33 percent of class ] and only Grade 12 [ GPA in top 50 percent of class ] Credit : Two trimesters = 1.0 credit , successful completion can earn college credit Major Outcomes :
• Functions and function inverses
• Exponential and logarithmic functions
• Polynomial and Rational Functions
• Linear programming
• Systems of equations and inequalities Projects , Activities , etc .: Group problemsolving sessions , group presentations , group activities , computer lab projects , individual student presentations , student portfolio creation Instructional Focus : Small and large group discussions , concept mapping , presentations and use of a college text
