• The Three Pillars of our Math Program (learn more at

    1. Students learn ideas more deeply when they discuss ideas with classmates.
    2. Students learn ideas more usefully for other arenas when they learn by attacking problems – ideally from the real world.
    3. Students learn ideas more permanently when they are required to engage and re-engage with the ideas for months or even years.

    Family Resources are available at: for Algebra 1 for Geometry for Algebra 2


    Student Calculator Requirement:

    Classes that require (at minimum) a scientific calculator, such as the TI-30xiis:

    • Algebra 1
    • Geometry
    • Algebra 2
    • Pre-Calculus

    Classes that require (at minimum) a graphing calculator, such as the TI-84:

    • AP Calculus AB
    • AP Calculus BC
    • AP Statistics

    Students can also check out a calculator for the year by talking to their math teacher.