High School Mathematics
The high school mathematics program prepares students for a wide range of future academic and career options, including science, technology, engineering and business. It also helps them be successful, productive citizens who can use mathematics in their daily lives.
Teachers use a variety of instructional resources and technology to help students communicate, reason, think critically and become lifelong learners. These learning experiences ensure that students are successful on local, state and national assessments.
The high school mathematics program:
- Provides instruction in the core courses of Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II
- Encourages students to select electives from a wide range of courses such as Advanced Algebra, Contemporary Mathematics, PreCalculus with Trigonometry, and Statistics and Probability
- Provides opportunities for advanced, honors-level study in courses such as AP Calculus I and II, Calculus III, AP Statistics, IB Math Methods and Studies as well as other college courses
- Encourages students to participate in curricular activities inside and outside the classroom such as Science Fair and internships
Learn more about our program by exploring the mathematics sections of the FCPS Essential Curriculum & Parent Resources (opens in new window). We welcome your comments, questions, and contributions. Please contact us by phone or e-mail.