 East Paulding High School
 Math Department

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Math Department
Marilyn Clifton  ✉
Department Chair
Honors PreCalculus
PreCalculusStephanie Cantrell  ✉
Algebra I
Adv Math Decision Making
Statistical ReasoningKristie Corley  ✉
Foundations of Algebra
Algebra II
AP StatisticsDominique Dambreville  ✉
Honors Geometry
GeometryCarla Fish  ✉
Foundations of Algebra
Algebra ITaylor Ford  ✉
Algebra I
Algebra IIAvery Hall  ✉
Honors Algebra II
AP CalculusKaia Mashariki  ✉
Algebra I
GeometryDerek Russell  ✉
Algebra I
Algebra IIJoe Tenoschok  ✉
Algebra II
PreCalculus
Statistical ReasoningDebbie Trawick  ✉
Honors Algebra I
Geometry
Statistical ReasoningJenna Zimmerle  ✉
Algebra I
Geometry

Course Offerings Foundations of Algebra 1st year math course option for students who need support to bolster success in high school math. Revisits and expands the understanding of foundational algebra concepts, employs diagnostic means to offer focused interventions, and incorporates varied instructional strategies to prepare students for required high school math courses by emphasizing both algebra in a variety of contexts including number sense, proportional reasoning, quantitative reasoning with functions, and solving equations and inequalities.
Required: No
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 9
Algebra I 1st course in a sequence of 3 courses designed to ensure career and college readiness. A study of algebra with correlated statistics applications. The critical areas, deepen and extend understanding of functions by comparing and contrasting linear, quadratic, and exponential phenomena. Students gain a foundation in linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. Students gain a deeper understanding of domain and range, intercepts, increasing/decreasing, relative maximumminimum, symmetry, end behavior, and the effect of function parameters. Georgia Milestone  EOC Course
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 9Also Offered:
 Honors Algebra IGeometry 2nd course in a sequence of 3 courses designed to ensure career and college readiness. Students experiment with transformations in the plane, compare transformations that preserve distance and angle to those that don't and use transformations and proportional reasoning to develop a formal understanding of similarity and congruence. Criteria for similarity and congruence of triangles are examined, facility with geometric proofs is developed, and both are applied in proving theorems and generating geometric constructions involving lines, angles, triangles, and other polygons. Students apply theorems about circles and the study of crosssections of threedimensional shapes; use concepts of distance, midpoint, and slope to verify algebraically geometric relationships of figures in the coordinate plane; solve problems involving parallel and perpendicular lines; and develop an understanding of independence and conditional probability to interpret data.
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: Algebra I
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 10Also Offered:
 Honors GeometryAlgebra II / Advanced Algebra This curriculum is extensively performance, lab and field based. It integrates the study of many components of our environment, including the human impact on our planet. Chemistry, physics, mathematical, and technological concepts are integrated throughout the course.
Required: Yes
Prerequisites: Algebra I & Geometry
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 11Also offered
 Honors Algebra IIAdvanced Math Decision Making A fourth course option for students who have completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. 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.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or PreCalculus
or Statistical Reasoning
or AP CoursePreCalculus A fourth course option for students who have completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. The study of circles and parabolas is extended to include other conics such as ellipses and hyperbolas. Trigonometric functions are further developed to include inverses, general triangles and identities. Students expand the concepts of complex numbers and the coordinate plane to represent and operate upon vectors. Probability rounds out the course using counting methods, including their use in making and evaluating decisions.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or Adv Math Decision Making
or Statistical Reasoning
or AP CourseAlso Offered:
 Honors PreCalculusStatistical Reasoning A fourth math course option for students who've completed Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Students formulate statistical questions to be answered using data, design and implement a plan to collect the appropriate data, select appropriate graphical and numerical methods for data analysis, and interpret their results to make connections with the initial question.
Required: Yes / or
Prerequisites: Algebra I,
Geometry & Algebra II
Credit: 1.0
Grades: 12or Adv Math Decision Making
or PreCalculus
or AP Course
AP 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 I [EOC] 1.0 Geometry 1.0 Algebra II 1.0 1 additional unit 1.0 Advanced Math Decision Making, PreCalculus and Statistical Reasoning AP Courses: Calculus & Statistics Updated 2.15.22

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