• The Mathematics Department strives to develop a student’s math skills in such a way that provides 21st century college and workplace readiness.  With the implementation of the Common Core Standards, each math class will enrich students in the areas of Algebra, Functions, Number and Quantity, Statistics and Probability, Geometry, and Modeling.  We hope to increase the independent thought, perseverance, logical arguments, and confidence of all students in areas of Mathematics.  In addition to the Common Core courses, we offer International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses.  Ultimately, our goal is to ensure all students graduate in four years with the necessary math credits (Common Core I, Common Core II, Common Core III, and one course higher than Common Core III) to earn a Future Ready diploma.