 East Paulding High School
 Math Department

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Math Department
Kristie Corley  ✉
Department Chair
Advanced Algebra
Algebra
AP Statistics
Statistical ReasoningStephanie Cantrell  ✉
Adv Math Decision Making
GeometryLeslie Crum  ✉
Advanced Algebra
Algebra
GeometryDominique Dambreville  ✉
Honors Advanced Algebra
Honors GeometryCarla Fish  ✉
Honors Algebra
Algebra
GeometryTaylor Ford  ✉
Advanced Algebra
PreCalculusKaia Mashariki  ✉
Algebra
GeometryChidera Nwaokafor  ✉
AlgebraLauren Payne  ✉
AlgebraKhutsana Pugh  ✉
AlgebraMichele Reardon  ✉
Advanced AlgebraJoe Tenoschok  ✉
AP PreCalculus
Advanced Algebra
Statistical ReasoningCaleb Waters  ✉
Algebra
Statistical ReasoningKena Womack  ✉
Geometry

Course Offerings Algebra: Concepts & Connections This course is designed as the first course in a threecourse series. Students will apply their algebraic and geometric reasoning skills to make sense of problems involving algebra, geometry, bivariate data, and statistics. This course focuses on algebraic, quantitative, geometric, graphical, and statistical reasoning. In this course, students will continue to enhance their algebraic reasoning skills when analyzing and applying a deep understanding of linear functions, sums and products of rational and irrational numbers, systems of linear inequalities, distance, midpoint, slope, area, perimeter, nonlinear equations and functions, quadratic expressions, equations and functions, exponential expressions, equations, and functions, and statistical reasoning.
High school course content standards are listed by big ideas including Data and Statistical Reasoning, Probabilistic Reasoning, Functional and Graphical Reasoning, Patterning and Algebraic Reasoning, and Geometry Patterning and Spatial Reasoning. Georgia Milestone  EOC Course
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 9Also Offered:
 Honors Algebra C&CGeometry: Concepts & Connections This course is designed as the second course in a threecourse series. This course enhances students’ geometric, algebraic, graphical, and probabilistic reasoning skills. Students will apply their algebraic and geometric reasoning skills to make sense of problems involving geometry, trigonometry, algebra, probability, and statistics. Students will continue to enhance their analytical geometry and reasoning skills when analyzing and applying a deep understanding of polynomial expressions, proofs, constructions, rigid motions and transformations, similarity, congruence, circles, right triangle trigonometry, geometric measurement, and conditional probability.
High school course content standards are listed by big ideas including Data and Statistical Reasoning, Probabilistic Reasoning, Functional and Graphical Reasoning, Patterning and Algebraic Reasoning, and Geometry Patterning and Spatial Reasoning.
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: Algebra C&C
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 10Also Offered:
 Honors GeometryAdvanced Algebra: Concepts & Connections The culminating course in a sequence of three high school courses designed to ensure career and college readiness. It is designed to prepare students for fourth course options relevant to their career pursuits. High school course content standards are listed by big ideas including Data and Statistical Reasoning, Probabilistic Reasoning, Functional and Graphical Reasoning, Patterning and Algebraic Reasoning, and Geometry Patterning and Spatial Reasoning.
This course is designed as the third course in a threecourse series. This course enhances students’ geometric, algebraic, graphical, and probabilistic reasoning skills. Students will apply their algebraic and geometric reasoning skills to make sense of problems involving geometry, trigonometry, algebra, probability, and statistics. Students will continue to enhance their analytical geometry and reasoning skills when analyzing and applying a deep understanding of polynomial expressions, proofs, constructions, rigid motions and transformations, similarity, congruence, circles, right triangle trigonometry, geometric measurement, and conditional probability
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: Geometry C&C
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 11Also offered
 Honors Advanced AlgebraAdvanced Math Decision Making Designed to follow the completion of Algebra II, Advanced Algebra, Accelerated Geometry B/Algebra II or Accelerated Analytic Geometry B/Advanced Algebra. The course will give students further experiences with statistical information and summaries, methods of designing and conducting statistical studies, an opportunity to analyze various voting processes, modeling of data, basic financial decisions, and use network models for making informed decisions.
Instruction and assessment should include the appropriate use of manipulatives and technology. Topics should be represented in multiple ways, such as concrete/pictorial, verbal/written, numeric/databased, graphical, and symbolic. Concepts should be introduced and used, where appropriate, in the context of realistic phenomena.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or PreCalculus
or Statistical Reasoning
or AP CoursePreCalculus A fourthyear math option for students who have completed Advanced Algebra (or the equivalent). The course provides students with the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of concepts in Algebra that are critical to the study of Calculus as well as an understanding of trigonometry and its applications. Throughout the course there should be a focus on notational fluency and the use of multiple representations. The course includes the study and analysis of piecewise and rational functions; limits and continuity as related to piecewise and rational functions; sequences and series with the incorporation of convergence and divergence; conic sections as implicitly defined curves; the six trigonometric functions and their inverses; applications of trigonometry such as modeling periodic phenomena, modeling with vectors and parametric equations, solving oblique triangles in contextual situations, graphing in the Polar Plane; solutions of trigonometric equations in a variety of contexts; and the manipulation and application of trigonometric identities.
Topics should be analyzed in multiple ways, to include verbal and written, numerical, algebraic, and graphical presentations. Instruction and assessment should include the appropriate use of technology. Concepts should be introduced and investigated, where appropriate, in the context of realistic phenomena.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Advanced Algebra / Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or Adv Math Decision Making
or Statistical Reasoning
or AP CourseAlso Offered:
 Honors PreCalculusStatistical Reasoning The Statistical Reasoning course offers students opportunities to strengthen their understanding of the statistical method of inquiry and statistical simulations. Students will formulate statistical investigative questions to be answered using data, will design and implement a plan to collect the appropriate data, will select appropriate graphical and numerical methods for data analysis, and will interpret their results to make connections with the initial question. The Standards for Mathematical Practices and Mathematical Modeling, through a statistical lens, will provide the foundation for instruction and assessment. Topics should be introduced and assessed using simulations and appropriate supporting technology.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or Adv Math Decision Making
or PreCalculus
or AP CourseAP Course Offerings AP Calculus AP Calculus AB is the study of limits, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus . Consistent with AP philosophy, concepts will be expressed and analyzed geometrically, numerically, analytically, and verbally. Additional information, including a topical outline and frequently asked questions is available at https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse/apcalculusab Required: No
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry, Algebra II &
PreCalculus
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12AP Statistics Students learn about the major concepts and tools used for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data, as well as explorae statistics through discussion and activities. Students design surveys and experiments. Students discuss exploratory analysis, planning a study, probability, and statistical inference. Required: No
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12

Graduation Requirements Ⅱ. Math: 4 Units Required Algebra C&C [EOC] 1.0 Geometry C&C 1.0 Advanced Algebra C&C 1.0 1 additional unit 1.0 Advanced Math Decision Making, PreCalculus and Statistical Reasoning AP Courses: Calculus & Statistics Updated 7.20.23

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