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HMHS Mathematics Department Course Selections

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Entering as a Freshman at HMHS, there are typically three* math levels at which to begin: Algebra I Algebra II Geometry (* LC Math available as arranged in IEP meeting per student needs assessment)

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Beginning at Algebra I YearCourse Have not yet had Algebra I, or struggle with math and need to revisit Algebra I FreshmanAlgebra I (410) SophomoreDiscovering Geometry (420) JuniorAlgebra II (430) SeniorFunctions, Statistics, and Trigonometry (“FST”) (440)

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Beginning with Algebra II YearCourse Okay with Algebra I, best suited with moderate pace of our regular level Course Completed Algebra I and comfortable with pace of our “advanced” level FreshmanAlgebra II (430)Adv Algebra II (411) SophomoreDiscovering Geometry (420) Adv Geometry (421) JuniorFST (440)Adv Prob, Stat, & Trig (431) SeniorTrig & Intro to Precalculus (441) Adv Precalculus (442)

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Beginning with Geometry YearCourse Had Alg I & Alg II, want to continue at our Advanced level (not Accelerated) Course Had Alg I & Alg II, intend to continue at Accelerated level in the HS curriculum FreshmanAdv Geometry (421) Acc Geometry (412) SophomoreAdv Prob, Stat, and Trig (431) Acc Prob, Stat, and Trig (422) JuniorAdv Precalculus (442) Acc Precalculus (432) SeniorCalculus (443) or AP Stat (447) Calculus (443),AP Stat (447), AP Calc AB (445), or AP Calc BC (446)

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Are there any questions? Mr. Glavin’s extension at the high school is x111

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