
Algebra 1 (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: Mandy LarkinsUC ag credit: YesThis activity‐rich, beginning algebra course introduces the learner to algebraic concepts including: developing symbolic reasoning using variables which abstract real life, and emphasizing problemsolving skills which can be applied to any situation. Real world applications, critical thinking, understanding of the logic behind formulas and which to use, and problem solving are emphasized throughout the course. Opportunities for practical application of the concepts are given to students through the presentation and are tied in with relevant situations, helping learners make sense of the study of algebra, and develop critical problemsolving skills for a wide variety of realworld applications. This course is designed to provide the tools to lead learners into the study of Geometry and Algebra 2. This course will have weekly tutoring available.Learn More 
Algebra 1 Honors (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: Eileen McGannUC ag credit: YesThis activity‐rich, beginning algebra course introduces the learner to algebraic concepts including: developing symbolic reasoning using variables which abstract real life, and emphasizing problemsolving skills which can be applied to any situation. Real world applications, critical thinking, understanding of the logic behind formulas and which to use, and problem solving are emphasized throughout the course. Opportunities for practical application of the concepts are given to students through the presentation and are tied in with relevant situations, helping learners make sense of the study of algebra, and develop critical problemsolving skills for a wide variety of realworld applications. This course is designed to provide the tools to lead learners into the study of Geometry and Algebra 2. This course will have weekly tutoring available. Successful completion of this course will grant UC "c" credit and honors credit for your school, but honors credit is not recognized by the UC for Algebra 1.Learn More 
Algebra 2 (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: David Chae, Mandy LarkinsUC ag credit: YesAlgebra 2 is designed and implemented to develop the students’ understanding that mathematics, when experienced through a variety of modalities, makes sense. In Algebra 2 students will model realworld scenarios that require the use of prior knowledge, investigation, problem solving skills, multiple representations of information, writing, and collaboration in order to develop the understanding that mathematics is not a series of isolated topics and associated symbols, but rather, a highly interconnected and relevant set of concepts and skills. Through their experience and work in Algebra 2, students will discover the utility of symbols and the importance strict definitions play in establishing a succinct and precise language while furthering an ability to reason soundly. Algebra 2 affords students the skills necessary to develop a fluency in critical thinking and a competency in using the tools of mathematics – computers, calculators, measurement devices, as well as, models and proofs. PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Algebra I.Learn More 
Consumer Math (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)UC ag credit: YesConsumer math puts valuable math skills to the test in real life applications. Learners will appreciate how we use math to successfully navigate the world around us; from balancing a budget to investing in the stock market. Learners will build the skills they need to earn, spend, save and invest money as they consider the cost of living in contemporary society. This course is designed to provide students with the ability to further their math skills by applying mathematics to real life applications such as budgeting money, calculating earnings, taxes, credit cards, loans, etc. Students will learn how to communicate ideas in a variety of settings, as well as employ problem solving skills effectively. They will demonstrate critical thinking skills to projects at hand and expand their mathematical skill set. Students have the benefit of project based assignments, virtual classroom time and regular practice with the skills they learn in this course. UC approved "g" creditLearn More 
Geometry (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: David Chae, Mandy Larkins, Rebecca ChouUC ag credit: YesThe purpose of geometry is to create opportunities for students to develop their powers of reason, investigation, computation, and model construction. Furthermore, students are exposed to an entirely new set of tools to add to their repertoire in tackling multifaceted problems. Geometry helps students make sense of real world relationships by asking students to make comparisons between diagrams and real world phenomena. Geometry extends the students’ vocabulary going beyond simple identification of shapes and superficial properties through the use of a detailed process of examination, extrapolation, and verification. Students receive several tools to engage the idea of proof and may use simple tools to acquire an intuition of the concepts and skills presented by the material. While a secondary goal, geometry offers students the opportunity to continue the refinement of algebra skills through simplifying expressions and solving equations. Students will discover that geometry provides us with the ability to measure that which we cannot measure directly, thereby bringing to life much of the world around them. . PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Algebra I.Learn More 
Geometry Honors (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: Eileen McGannUC ag credit: YesStudents need to see geometry all around us. In this course, the curriculum will follow the common core standards for geometry. But, in addition, students will have an opportunity to experience these topics outside of just a textbook. This course is an opportunity to take a mathematical subject and bring it to a level that is engaging for students. Have fun with figures learning the basics of geometry. You’ll boost your problemsolving prowess by applying geometry concepts to calculate angles and intersecting lines, perimeters, polygons, area and volume, and more. In short, you’ll learn about shapes and how to measure and divide them. Projects, web labs, and interactive content will help you gain the geometric knowhow you need to succeed. PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Algebra I. Successful completion of this course will grant UC "c" credit and honors credit for your school, but honors credit is not recognized by the UC for Geometry.Learn More 
Integrated Math I (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: Kristin GundersonUC ag credit: YesIntegrated Math I is the first course in the Common Core’s Integrated Mathematics Pathway. It serves to extend the concepts and skills acquired in the middle grades. Students will learn to reason with equations and expressions, describe data, use simple proofs and geometric constructions, and work within the coordinate plane.Learn More 
Integrated Math II (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: David ChaeUC ag credit: YesIntegrated Math II is the second course in the Common Core’s Integrated Mathematics Pathway. It serves to extend the concepts and skills acquired in Int Math I.Learn More 
Integrated Math III (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: David ChaeUC ag credit: YesIntegrated Math 3 is the third portion of the Integrated Math series. In all Integrated courses, many of these concepts draw Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry concepts and bring them together so that math can be more meaningful and applicable to students. Students will have a blend of instruction, reviewing and expanding all previous high school math topics. First, they begin with understanding what functions are, extend their work on polynomials beyond quadratics to graphing, problem solving, and working with rational expressions. An introduction to statistics and probability will also be included in this class. Various tools such as standard deviation, variance, box whisker plot will be further studied as well as trigonometric concepts, such as sin, cos and tan. Finally, students will be able to problem solve, make inferences and draw conclusions with the knowledge they gain from this course.Learn More 
PreAlgebra (2 semesters)
$260.00 (per semester)Instructor: David ChaeUC ag credit: NoRational Numbers, Exponents, Square Roots. This course will improve student understanding of basic mathematics concepts and develop essential skills needed to be successful in the high school mathematics curriculum. The standards taught include arithmetic, algebraic reasoning, basic geometry concepts, and fundamental statistics. This course is provided to give the student the tools necessary to enter Algebra or Integrated Math 1.Learn More 
PreCalculus (2 Semesters)
$260.00Instructor: David ChaeUC ag credit: YesPrecalculus will prepare you for calculus and beyond. It is an indepth look at many different types of functions, including polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric. It also explores matrices, vectors, complex numbers, and sequences and series. Finally, you will dive into calculus by learning about limits and the driving questions behind calculus. The purpose of this course is for students to be able solve reallife problems using mathematical skills based on algebraic and geometric concepts. Students will learn to use their prior Algebra 2 and mathematical skills and create mathematical functions and models Students will be able to create mathematical models through trigonometric and logarithmic function. Mathematical equations/models created by students will solve realworld problems. Students will also know how to graph the mathematical functions. Mathematical models that relate to business will display the cost, revenue and maximum profit. Prerequisite:Algebra 2Learn More