Mathematics

Algebra I
  • Introduces students to the algebra of the real number system        
  • Covers equations and inequalities in one and two variables, polynomial and rational expressions, problem solving, irrational numbers, quadratic equations and the function concept
 
Geometry
Emphasizes the inductive process through the discovery of concepts of geometry, the beginning principles of trigonometry, and the study of formal deductive proofs

Geometry Honors
  • Emphasizes the formal deductive proof     
  • Explores the major topics of Euclidean and coordinate geometry
Algebra II
  • Presents numerous functions including linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, rational and square root  
  • Covers matrices, systems of equations in three variables, parent functions along with some transformations, sequences, series and basic probability
Algebra II Honors
  • Surveys topics of Algebra II and additional topics including absolute value, linear programming, and graphing linear equations in 3 variables
  • Emphasizes graphing functions and using functions as mathematical models
 
Pre-Calculus
Expands polynomial, rational, transformation, exponential, and logarithmic concepts while introducing parametric representations, conceptual limits, trigonometric functions and proof, and probability and statistics.

Honors Pre-Calculus AB
Explores all Pre-Calculus topics as well as applications of trigonometric functions, generalized rational functions, a conceptual approach to limits, polar functions, and analytic geometry.

Honors Pre-Calculus BC
Includes all of the topics in Honors Pre-Calculus AB and an in-depth exploration of the circular functions, analytic geometry, parametric and polar-defined relations, mathematical induction, and a formal exploration of the limits.

Calculus
Surveys the basics of calculus including differential and integral calculus of polynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, along with their applications.
 
AP Calculus AB
  • Prepares students for advanced placement in college mathematics   
  • Follows the AP AB  syllabus developed by the College Entrance Examination Board
 
AP Calculus BC
  • Prepares students for advanced placement in college mathematics   
  • Follows the AP BC syllabus developed by the College Entrance Examination Board
AP Statistics
  • Introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data  
  • Exposes students to exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns, and statistical inference
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
  • Covers methods of solving first-order differential equations, second-order and higher-order linear differential equations, and systems of differential equations           
  • Emphasizes the application differential equations to model physics and engineering phenomena.
 
Multivariable Calculus 
  • Studies functions in higher-dimensional spaces   
  • Extends the concepts of “rate of change” and “Riemann sum” to functions of several variables, culminating in the Fundamental Theorems of Vector Calculus   
  • Introduces the calculus of functions in the complex plane or ordinary differential equations.


Intensives Course:
 
Engineering in Society
  • Immerses students in the process of engineering through working with local engineers to find solutions to some of the complex problems facing Cleveland
  • Explores the complicated socio-political and economic constraints within which engineers must work
 
Global Online Academy Classes
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Game Theory
Explores the many applications of game theory and considers significant global events from fields like diplomacy, political science, anthropology, philosophy, economics, and popular culture

Linear Algebra
  • Examines the algebra of vector spaces and matrices by looking at how mages of objects in the plane and space are transformed in computer graphics
  • Analyzes social networks using linear algebraic techniques
Multivariable Calculus
  • Begins with a swift review of vectors, matrices and parametric curves with emphasis on those topics which are of value to multivariate calculus
  • Moves on to student partial derivatives, double and triple integrals, and vector calculus in both two and three dimensions
Number Theory
  • Covers the fundamentals of this classical, elegant, yet supremely relevant subject
  • Provides a foundation for further study of number theory and develops the skills of mathematical reason and proof in a concrete and intuitive way
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Lower & Middle Schools, 5000 Clubside Rd, Lyndhurst, OH 44124
Upper School, PO Box 8002 (12465 County Line Rd), Gates Mills, OH 44040
Gries Center, 10823 Magnolia Dr, Cleveland, OH 44106

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