#### Math Enrichment

In order to support our students, KKFS is providing a math enrichment course to ensure that students are receiving the adequate amount of time to practice and improve their mathematical skills in order to reach grade-level proficiency. It is recommended this course to be taken concurrently with High School Pre-Algebra. The concepts covered will greatly depend on the concurrently enrolled course.

Teacher Recommended Course#### HS Prealgebra

HS Pre-algebra is designed to prepare students for the rigor of Algebra 1 and Geometry. This course provides a strong foundation in mathematics to help students develop the content and problem solving skills needed for higher level math courses offered by KKFS. The course will cover basic math operations, linear functions and some geometry concepts. It is mandatory that this course be taken concurrently with Math Enrichment.

Teacher Recommended Course#### Algebra 1

Algebra is a core component of the mathematics curriculum required for graduation. The mathematics program at KKFS is designed to provide a strong foundation to help develop the content and problem-solving skills needed for success in college, careers, and everyday life. The course will review basic pre-algebra concepts then move to cover a variety of mathematical concepts and functions.#### Geometry

Geometry, which is a very special branch of mathematics, deals with the measurements, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. Solid geometry is integrated with plane geometry to lead the student to consideration of two-and three-dimensional figures and to develop the ability to visualize space relationships. Geometry also deals with logic, using inductive and deductive reasoning as an integral part of geometric thinking. Geometry is closely connected to other branches of mathematics such as Algebra, Logic, and Trigonometry. Students in the Geometry class will study; the tools of geometry; reasoning and proof; parallel and perpendicular lines; congruent triangles; relationships within triangles; quadrilaterals; similarity; right triangles and trigonometry; transformations; area and volume; circles. This is a required math course for graduation.#### Intermediate Algebra

Intermediate Algebra is the bridge from Algebra I math to Algebra II & Trig math. This course is designed to help students who struggled in Algebra I class and need one more year of preparation and support to be more successful in their future Algebra II & Trig class. It is designed to provide them with supplemental instruction in Algebra to assist in mathematical competency. This course will develop and use core Algebra I and Algebra II mathematical skills and problem-solving strategies and encourage mathematical thinking so that students can have a strong foundation for higher levels of mathematics and prepare themselves to be successful in their future mathematics courses.

Teacher Recommended Course#### Algebra II & Trigonometry

Algebra II & Trigonometry is a core component of the mathematics curriculum required for graduation. The course reviews Algebra I basics with a focus on Linear Functions & Equations before the course expands into a variety of advanced mathematical concepts. Students will complete unit-based, cross-curricular projects and labs that require the use and understanding of science, technology, engineering, art, and applied mathematics (STEAM). Upon successful completion of the course, students may move on to AP Statistics, Pre-Calculus, or AP Calc AB* (*with teacher recommendation).#### Pre-Calculus

Pre-calculus is designed to provide a comprehensive study of functions, which are the basis of higher-level courses. This course expands on Algebra II & Trig curriculum as well as polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions, sequence and series, analytic geometry (conics and polar equations), probability, and includes an introduction to limits. Students are expected to think critically with an emphasis on applications and graphing with and without a calculator. Upon successful completion of the course, students may move on to AP Statistics, AP Calc AB or BC* (*with teacher recommendation).#### AP Statistics

AP Statistics introduces the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. This course is equivalent to a one-semester, introductory, non-calculus based college course in statistics. Through exploration and discovery, students will gain the confidence and proficiency to communicate statistical concepts through labs and activities. Students will discover and improve their statistical skills with the proper use of technology, develop their statistical knowledge through student-driven projects, and employ statistical analysis through readings and exposure to real-life examples and studies.

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation AND ALG II & Trig with a B or higher#### AP Calculus BC

AP Calculus BC is a rigorous and challenging course designed to be the equivalent of a college introductory mathematics course in single variable calculus. This course uses all the mathematical concepts that students acquired in high school and puts them together into a coherent body of knowledge that provides a great tool for solving numerous problems. This course has a multi-representational approach to calculus, with concepts, results, and problems being expressed graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally, and it highlights the connections among these representations. Students in the AP Calculus BC class will study; limits and their properties; differentiation; applications of differentiation; integration; logarithmic, exponential, and other transcendental functions; differential equations; applications of integration; integration techniques; infinite series; conics with calculus, parametric equations with calculus, and polar coordinates with calculus; vectors with calculus.

Prerequisite: Precalculus A average with teacher recommendation