## Links to Teacher Pages

Middle School

Ms. Badilla - 6th Grade

Mr. Gonder - 7th Grade

Mrs. Kim - 8th Grade

High School

Ms. Haskins - Geometry and Probability & Statistics

Mrs. Schlee - Algebra II and Honors Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus

Mr. Dioso - Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (College Prep and Honors), Calculus A/B, Calculus A/B

**Course Offerings:**

Middle School6th Grade - 6th Grade General Math and Pre-Algebra (Advanced class)

7th Grade - Pre-Algebra and Algebra (Advanced class)

8th Grade - Algebra and Geometry (Advanced class)

High School

Algebra I (every other year)

Geometry (College Prep and Honors)

Algebra II (College Prep and Honors)

Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus (College Prep and Honors)

Calculus A/B (Honors)

Calculus B/C (Honors)

Probability and Statistics (College Prep and Honors)

## Placement Information:

Middle School Advanced Class Placement:

Grade 6 Pre-Algebra

Students in this Pre-algebra class are being prepared to take an Algebra I course in the 7th grade and a Geometry course in the 8th grade. Please be aware that none of these classes

count as high school credit and students will still be required to take 3-4 years of additional math in high school. Understand that 6th grade Pre-Algebra is a rigorous and fast-paced

course. Students and parents must realize that a large amount of time and dedication is needed to perform well in this class. Students in the 6th grade Pre-Algebra course should

expect at least one hour of math homework each night, and have the skills to be independent learners by taking the proper steps to overcome any difficult or new concept.

Informational Letter

count as high school credit and students will still be required to take 3-4 years of additional math in high school. Understand that 6th grade Pre-Algebra is a rigorous and fast-paced

course. Students and parents must realize that a large amount of time and dedication is needed to perform well in this class. Students in the 6th grade Pre-Algebra course should

expect at least one hour of math homework each night, and have the skills to be independent learners by taking the proper steps to overcome any difficult or new concept.

Informational Letter

High School Honors Placement

**Grade 9**

Eighth grade students interested in taking Honors Geometry or Honors Algebra II must have a passing grade in the prerequisite class and take a placement exam to demonstrate a readiness to take on the rigors of honors material and expectations.

**Grades 10-12**

Students entering these grades have two opportunities for placement in honors courses:

- If a student is currently in an honors Geometry or Algebra II class and earns an A in each semester, he or she is automatically eligible to enroll in the next year's honors Math course.
- Any student can take the honors placement exam for the next year's Math honors course.

**Honors Placement Exam Schedule**

Academic Year 2016-17Placement exams for this year were administered at the end of last year.

Incoming students (i.e. transfer students and those admitted through the lottery program) will have an opportunity to take honors placement exams for this year within the first one or two weeks of the year.Academic Year 2017-18Placement exams will be administered in the spring of the 2016-17 school year.

## Smarter Balanced Test Results-2015