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Algebra 1A 07040A This Algebra 1 course covers all of the Michigan Merit Curriculum/Common Core Algebra requirements. This course builds on the study of functions and representations begun in the middle grades by broadening the study of linear, quadratic and exponential relationships. Algebra 1 includes the study of rational and real numbers, operations with polynomials to include factoring, ratios and percents, linear equations, rational equations, roots, and radicals. Students will develop an understanding that algebraic thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: This is a 2 semester Algebra course. Students must successfully complete Algebra 1A before taking Algebra 1B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 911 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07040B  Algebra 1B Algebra 1B 07040B This Algebra 1 course covers all of the Michigan Merit Curriculum/Common Core Algebra requirements. This course builds on the study of functions and representations begun in the middle grades by broadening the study of linear, quadratic and exponential relationships. Algebra 1 includes the study of rational and real numbers, operations with polynomials to include factoring, ratios and percents, linear equations, rational equations, roots, and radicals. Students will develop an understanding that algebraic thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 911 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07040A  Algebra 1A Geometry A 07070A This course builds on middle school geometric topics and students further develop analytic and spatial reasoning. Geometry establishes definitions and familiarizes students with the language of Geometry. Postulates and theorems are introduced and students learn to write formal proofs. Included in the course are triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, areas of plane figures, areas and volumes of solid figures, and coordinate geometry. Students will develop an understanding that geometric thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Geometry A before taking Geometry B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07040A/B  Algebra 1 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07070B  Geometry B Geometry B 07070B This course builds on middle school geometric topics and students further develop analytic and spatial reasoning. Geometry establishes definitions and familiarizes students with the language of Geometry. Postulates and theorems are introduced and students learn to write formal proofs. Included in the course are triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, areas of plane figures, areas and volumes of solid figures, and coordinate geometry. Students will develop an understanding that geometric thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Geometry A before taking Geometry B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07070A  Geometry A 2Year Algebra 2A/B/C/D Trigonometry (4 Semesters) 07080A/B/C/D 2Year Algebra 2 is a four semester course taught over two years and designed for students who are continuing their math studies beyond Algebra 1 and Geometry but who are not prepared for the rigors of the 1 year Algebra 2 course. This course moves at a slower, more deliberate pace than 1 year Algebra 2 course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: This is a 4 Semester Algebra 2 Course. Students who received Cs or lower in Algebra 1 and Geometry may consider this course. If you are struggling with correct placement, contact your student's teacher for guidance. Students must successfully complete Algebra 2A before taking Algebra 2B. All 4 semesters of 2 Year Algebra 2/Trig must be successfully completed to fulfill the state requirement for Algebra 2. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 1112 PREREQUISITE: 07070A/B  Geometry or 07130A/B  Honors Geometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07080B/C/D  2Year Algebra 2B/Trigonometry (4 Semesters) Algebra 2A/Trigonometry 07085A Algebra 2 is a year long course that builds on concepts taught in Algebra 1 and Geometry by continuing the study of the real number system, equations, inequalities, operations with polynomials, rational expressions, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations, and functions, statistics and trigonometry. Algebra 2 will extend the numeric and logarithmic ideas of accuracy, error sequences, iteration as well as analytical geometry. Students will develop an understanding that algebraic thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems.
**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial TechnologyCOURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Algebra 2A before taking Algebra 2B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07070A/B  Geometry or 07130A/B  Honors Geometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07085B  Algebra 2B/Trigonometry Algebra 2B/Trigonometry 07085B Algebra 2 is a year long course that builds on concepts taught in Algebra 1 and Geometry by continuing the study of the real number system, equations, inequalities, operations with polynomials, rational expressions, irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations, and functions, statistics and trigonometry. Algebra 2 will extend the numeric and logarithmic ideas of accuracy, error, sequences, iteration as well as analytical geometry. Students will develop an understanding that algebraic thinking is an accessible and powerful tool that can be used to model and solve realworld problems.
**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial TechnologyCOURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Algebra 2A before taking Algebra 2B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07085A  Algebra 2A/Trigonometry Statistics, Probability and Logic 07100 This is a one semester course that contains all of the Statistical content from both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 along with additional statistics concepts. This course is built around data exploration and study design, probability models and their application. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07085A/B  Algebra 2/Trigonometry or 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry Principles of Engineering A  Math PLTW (Project Lead the Way) 07105 Interested in a career in engineering? This is the first of two exciting courses that explore a broad range of engineering topics through handson projects within all fields of engineering. This course will expose students to some of the major concepts they will encounter in a postsecondary engineering course of study. Students will have an opportunity to investigate engineering and hightech careers, as well as to develop skills and understanding of course concepts. Students employ engineering and scientific concepts to find solutions to engineering design problems. Students will develop skills in problem solving and design, while learning strategies for design process documentation, collaboration and presentation. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology (STEM) COURSE NOTE: In order to be eligible for Project Lead the Way credit, students must complete 04110A/B  Introduction to Engineering Design,10490  Principles of Engineering B  Science and 07105  Principles of Engineering A  Math. Advanced placement college credit may be available and transferable to more than 100 colleges and universities throughout the nation through partnership with PLTW. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 1012 PREREQUISITE: 04110A/B  Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 10490  Principles of Engineering B  Science PLTW (Project Lead the Way) Trigonometry 07110 This course develops and defines the trigonometric functions. Inverses, graphs, and uses in solving triangles, equations, identities, and applications are emphasized. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: A student cannot take Trigonometry as well as Precalculus/Honors Precalculus. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07085A/B  Algebra 2/Trigonometry or 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry PreCalculus A 07120A This course is a preparation for calculus. The study of the topics, concepts, and procedures of precalculus deepens students' understanding of algebra and extends their ability to apply algebra concepts and procedures at higher conceptual mathematical levels. The theory and applications of trigonometry and functions are developed in depth. New mathematical tools, such as vectors, matrices, and polar coordinates, are introduced, with an eye toward modeling and solving realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete PreCalculus A before taking PreCalculus B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07085A/B  Algebra 2/Trigonometry or 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07120B  PreCalculus B PreCalculus B 07120B This course is a preparation for calculus. The study of the topics, concepts, and procedures of precalculus deepens students' understanding of algebra and extends their ability to apply algebra concepts and procedures at higher conceptual mathematical levels. The theory and applications of trigonometry and functions are developed in depth. New mathematical tools, such as vectors, matrices, and polar coordinates, are introduced, with an eye toward modeling and solving realworld problems. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete PreCalculus A before taking PreCalculus B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07120A  PreCalculus A Calculus A 07161A This is a course in calculus for students who do not intend to take the Advanced Placement Calculus test. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07120A/B  PreCalculus or 07150A/B  Honors Precalculus COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07161B  Calculus B Calculus B 07161B This is a course in calculus for students who do not intend to take the Advanced Placement Calculus test. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07161A  Calculus A Honors Geometry A 07130A This Geometry course covers all of the Geometry requirements within 2 semesters. This course is a rigorous study of geometric topics, which include, at the minimum, all of the topics taught in Geometry. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students who experienced high academic achievement in Algebra 1 may consider this course. If you are struggling with correct placement, contact your student’s teacher for guidance. Students must successfully complete Honors Geometry A before taking Geometry B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07040A/B  Algebra 1 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07130B  Honors Geometry B Honors Geometry B 07130B This Geometry course covers all of the Geometry requirements within 2 semesters. This course is a rigorous study of geometric topics, which include, at the minimum, all of the topics taught in Geometry.
**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial TechnologyCOURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Honors Geometry A before taking Geometry B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07130A  Honors Geometry A Honors Algebra 2A/Trigonometry 07140A This year long course is designed for students considering advanced mathematics courses in high school and beyond. Honors Algebra 2 includes all of the topics for Algebra 2 (including Trigonometry), but is more rigorous, covering the topics in greater detail and moves at a faster pace.**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students who received all A's in Algebra 1 and Geometry may consider this course. If you are struggling with correct placement, contact your student’s teacher for guidance. Students must successfully complete Honors Algebra 2A before taking Honors Algebra 2B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07070A/B  Geometry or 07130A/B  Honors Geometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07140B  Honors Algebra 2B/Trigonometry Honors Algebra 2B/Trigonometry 07140B This year long course is designed for students considering advanced mathematics courses in high school and beyond. Honors Algebra 2 includes all of the topics for Algebra 2 (including Trigonometry), but is more rigorous, covering the topics in greater detail and moves at a faster pace. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Honors Algebra 2A before taking Honors Algebra 2B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07140A  Honors Algebra 2A/Trigonometry Honors Precalculus A 07150A This course is designed for students considering Calculus mathematics courses in high school and beyond. This course provides an indepth study of functions, complex numbers, graphs and trigonometry. It includes sequences and series, mathematical induction and an introduction to calculus. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete Honors PreCalculus A before taking Honors Pre Calculus B. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07150B  Honors Precalculus B Honors Precalculus B 07150B This course is designed for students considering Calculus mathematics courses in high school and beyond. This course provides an indepth study of functions, complex numbers, graphs and trigonometry. It includes sequences and series, mathematical induction and an introduction to calculus. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07150A  Honors Precalculus A Advanced Placement Calculus AB 07162A This is a course in calculus designed to prepare the students for the Advanced Placement Calculus AB math test. Calculus AB covers the topics of: Limits, Differentiation, and Integration. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Calculus AB A before taking AP Calculus AB B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 912 PREREQUISITE: 07120B  PreCalculus B or 07150B  Honors Precalculus B COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07162B  Advanced Placement Calculus AB Advanced Placement Calculus AB 07162B This is a course in calculus designed to prepare the students for the Advanced Placement Calculus AB math test. Calculus AB covers the topics of: Limits, Differentiation, and Integration. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Calculus AB A before taking AP Calculus AB B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 912 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07162A  Advanced Placement Calculus AB Advanced Placement Calculus BC 07163A This course in calculus is designed to prepare the students for the Advanced Placement Calculus BC math test. Calculus BC covers the topics of: Limits, Differentiation, Integration, Infinite Series and Parametric, Polar and Vector Calculus. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Calculus BC A before taking AP Calculus BC B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 1112 PREREQUISITE: 07120A/B  PreCalculus or 07150A/B  Honors Precalculus COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07163B  Advanced Placement Calculus BC Advanced Placement Calculus BC 07163B This course in calculus is designed to prepare the students for the Advanced Placement Calculus BC math test. Calculus BC covers the topics of: Limits, Differentiation, Integration, Infinite Series and Parametric, Polar and Vector Calculus. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course. **Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial Technology COURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Calculus BC A before taking AP Calculus BC B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 1112 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07163A  Advanced Placement Calculus BC Advanced Placement Statistics A 07180A This is a 2 semester course that is designed to prepare students for the AP Statistics Exam. Students will learn the major components of statistics including how to obtain and display data, tabulate the results and draw conclusions. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course.
**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial TechnologyCOURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Statistics A before taking AP Statistics B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 1112 PREREQUISITE: 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07180B  Advanced Placement Statistics B Advanced Placement Statistics B 07180B This is a 2 semester course that is designed to prepare students for the AP Statistics Exam. Students will learn the major components of statistics including how to obtain and display data, tabulate the results and draw conclusions. Graphing calculators will be among the tools used in the course.
**Pathway: Engineering/Manufacturing & Industrial TechnologyCOURSE NOTE: Students must successfully complete AP Statistics A before taking AP Statistics B. Students will be encouraged to take the AP Exam in May, from which they may earn college credit and/or advanced standing. CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Advanced Placement GRADE: 1112 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 07180A  Advanced Placement Statistics A IBDP Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL A/B/C/D 19725A/B/C/DIB This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme.
Analysis and Approaches HL is intended for students who wish to pursue studies in mathematics at university or subjects that have a large mathematical content; it is for students who enjoy developing mathematical arguments, problem solving and exploring real and abstract applications, with and without technology.
This course recognizes the need for analytical expertise in a world where innovation is increasingly dependent on a deep understanding of mathematics. This course includes topics that are both traditionally part of a preuniversity mathematics course (for example, functions, trigonometry, calculus) as well as topics that are amenable to investigation, conjecture and proof, for instance the study of sequences and series, and proof by induction. The course allows the use of technology, as fluency in relevant mathematical software and handheld technology is important regardless of choice of course. However, Mathematics: analysis and approaches has a strong emphasis on the ability to construct, communicate and justify correct mathematical arguments.
COURSE NOTE: This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. Each semester builds upon the previous semester in content and skills. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme.
Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning. The most important aims of assessment in the Diploma Programme are that it should support curricular goals and encourage appropriate student learning. Both external and internal assessments are used in the Diploma Programme. IB examiners mark work produced for external assessment, while work produced for internal assessment is marked by teachers and externally moderated by the IB. An optional final exam is available for college credit in the spring of senior year.
CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: International Baccalaureate GRADE: 1112 PREREQUISITE: 07120A/B  PreCalculus or 07150A/B  Honors Precalculus or higher COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 19725B/C/DIB  IBDP Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL IBDP Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HL C/D 19730C/DIB This class is available for the class of 2021.
This course recognizes the increasing role that mathematics and technology play in a diverse range of fields in a datarich world. As such, it emphasizes the meaning of mathematics in context by focusing on topics that are often used as applications or in mathematical modelling. To give this understanding a firm base, this course also includes topics that are traditionally part of a preuniversity mathematics course such as calculus and statistics. The course makes extensive use of technology to allow students to explore and construct mathematical models.
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HL, will develop mathematical thinking, often in the context of a practical problem and using technology to justify conjectures. This course is intended for students who will expect to need a sound mathematical background as they prepare for future studies in subjects such as chemistry, economics, psychology and business administration.
COURSE NOTE: Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning. The most important aims of assessment in the Diploma Programme are that it should support curricular goals and encourage appropriate student learning. Both external and internal assessments are used in the Diploma Programme. IB examiners mark work produced for external assessment, while work produced for internal assessment is marked by teachers and externally moderated by the IB. An optional final exam is available for college credit in the spring of senior year.
CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: International Baccalaureate GRADE: 1112 COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 19730C/DIB  IBDP Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HL IBDP Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SL A/B/C/D This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme.
Mathematics: analysis and approaches is for students who enjoy developing their mathematics to become fluent in the construction of mathematical arguments and develop strong skills in mathematical thinking. They will also be fascinated by exploring real and abstract applications of these ideas, with and without technology. Students who take Mathematics: analysis and approaches will be those who enjoy the thrill of mathematical problem solving and generalization. Mathematics: analysis and approaches has a strong emphasis on the ability to construct, communicate and justify correct mathematical arguments.
This course recognizes the need for analytical expertise in a world where innovation is increasingly dependent on a deep understanding of mathematics. This course includes topics that are both traditionally part of a preuniversity mathematics course (for example, functions, trigonometry, calculus) as well as topics that are amenable to investigation, conjecture and proof, for instance the study of sequences and series, and proof by induction. The course allows the use of technology, as fluency in relevant mathematical software and handheld technology is important regardless of choice of course. However, Mathematics: analysis and approaches has a strong emphasis on the ability to construct, communicate and justify correct mathematical arguments.
COURSE NOTE: This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. Each semester builds upon the previous semester in content and skills. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme. Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning. The most important aims of assessment in the Diploma Programme are that it should support curricular goals and encourage appropriate student learning. Both external and internal assessments are used in the Diploma Programme. IB examiners mark work produced for external assessment, while work produced for internal assessment is marked by teachers and externally moderated by the IB. An optional final exam is available for college credit in the spring of senior year.
CREDIT: TYPE: GRADE: PREREQUISITE: 07140A/B  Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry or 07085A/B  Algebra 2/Trigonometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take XxxxxxxxxIB  IBDP Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SL IBDP Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SL A/B/C/C 19735A/B/C/DIB This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme.
Applications and interpretation SL, is designed for students who enjoy describing the real world and solving practical problems using mathematics; those who are interested in harnessing the power of technology alongside exploring mathematical models and enjoy the more practical side of mathematics. This course is intended to prepare students for a career in social sciences, humanities, languages, or arts.
COURSE NOTE: This class is a twoyear collegelevel course (four semesters), started in 11th grade. Each semester builds upon the previous semester in content and skills. This course can be taken as part of the IB Diploma Programme OR as an individual course separate from the Diploma Programme.
Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning. The most important aims of assessment in the Diploma Programme are that it should support curricular goals and encourage appropriate student learning. Both external and internal assessments are used in the Diploma Programme. IB examiners mark work produced for external assessment, while work produced for internal assessment is marked by teachers and externally moderated by the IB. An optional final exam is available for college credit in the spring of senior year.
CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: International Baccalaureate GRADE: 1112 PREREQUISITE: 07070A/B  Geometry or 07130A/B  Honors Geometry COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take 19735B/C/DIB  IBDP Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SL