High school students must complete two units of mathematics to graduate. Students may select from a list of course options that specialize in specific applications of mathematics when they move into Grades 11 and 12.
Foundations Level 1 focuses on establishing a foundation in algebraic thinking. Students learn several algebraic models that relate to specialized applications in mathematics. They use computers and calculators, including graphing calculators, as tools to solve problems.
Foundations Level 2 focuses on geometry. Students learn and apply formulas for analyzing geometric shapes. They use their insights of geometry to solve new and old problems.
Intermediate level of mathematics involves interpreting data using graphs, formulas, and other applications while continuing development in algebraic thinking.
Students taking advanced mathematics may choose to study statistics and probability or pre-calculus.
Kevin Berlinberlinkl@milwaukee.k12.wi.us | (414) 934-7162
Courses: ALGEBRA, PRECALCULUSRead Kevin Berlin's Bio
Judith Collier-Thompsoncolliejf@milwaukee.k12.wi.us | (414) 934-7137
Courses: GEOMETRY, ALGEBRA HOURS 1 & 6, ALGEBRA HOUR 9Read Judith Collier-Thompson's Bio
Elizabeth Freucksomppiem@milwaukee.k12.wi.us | (414) 934-7160
Courses: ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, Probability and Statistics, HONORS GEOMETRY