Welcome to the Berkeley High School Mathematics Department Website!
We are glad you're here. We hope that you find this website and its resources helpful. Happy mathing!
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Advanced Math 1 Placement Test Information for Incoming 9th graders
Math 1 students interested in Advanced Math 2?
Transfer students who are interested in enrolling in Advanced Math 2 (sophomores) or Advanced Math 3 (juniors)
If you were enrolled in an advanced or honors course, or participated in an accelerated course sequence, you may take the placement test for Advanced Math 2 (incoming sophomores) or Advanced Math 3 (incoming juniors). This placement test will take place during orientation week in August.
Please email Kori Austera (koriannaaustera at berkeley dot net) if you are transferring to BHS and were enrolled in an accelerated, advanced, or honors math course at your previous school.
Overview of the Site
Our Approach to Mathematics Instruction: Find a description of our approach to math instruction as well as information about the Common Core Standards and our curriculum, the Mathematics Vision Project (MVP).
Course Progression: Learn about the math course progression at Berkeley High.
Course Placement: Learn about how students are placed in our math courses.
Student and Parent Resources: Information on homework, links to our support websites, school resources, and additional resources can be found here.
Contact us: Contact information for the leaders of the math department.
Mathematics Department Staff: Contact your math teacher here.
FAQ: There is a general FAQ here as well as an FAQ for our advanced math sequence.
Math Department Free Tutoring:
Several math teachers offer tutorials at varying times between 1:30 and 5:00 PM. More information can be found here.
In addition, the Virtual Student Learning Center is open from 3:30 - 6:00 PM, Monday-Thursday, with college tutors and community volunteers. You can find more information about the VSLC and the Zoom link here.
Does your student love to play with math and with puzzles? Check out the Mathletes! The faculty sponsor for 2020-2021 is Mr. Goldfield (firstname.lastname@example.org).