## Owensville High School

**Course Offereings**

**Algebra I A**—H1050

Grade Level: 9 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Math Placement Score and or Math Dept. recommendation

Algebra I A is designed as a first course that encourages students to explore mathematical concepts through cooperative learning, the use of manipulatives, and various problem-solving skills and strategies. Topics covered in the first semester include: applications of whole number, decimal, and fraction usage, methods of collecting, displaying, and analyzing data, and real-world uses of integer operations, measurement, and logical thinking skills. The second semester focuses on: solution methods of algebraic equations and inequalities, problem-solving strategies dealing with ratio, proportion, probability, and percent. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**Algebra I B**—H1051

Grade Level: 9-10 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Alg. 1 A; or teacher recommendation

Algebra I B is designed as a second course that encourages students to explore mathematical concepts through cooperative learning, the use of manipulatives, and various problem-solving skills and strategies. Topics covered in the first semester include: structural components and operational systems within the rational number system, interpretation of systematically organized data, an the real-world applications of geometric postulates and formulas. The second semester focuses on: algebraic polynomial operations, linear functions, systems of equations and inequalities, the concepts of slope, proportionality, and variation, real-world uses of probability and logical reasoning. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**Algebra I**—H1062

Grade Level: 9-10 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Teacher recommendation based on 8th grade performance

Algebra I is designed as a first course in an integrated, advanced conceptual approach to the study of higher-level mathematics. Topics covered in the first semester include: variable expression simplification, linear equation and inequality solutions and their graphs, formula usage and evaluation, and function notation and graphing concepts. The second semester focuses on exponential, polynomial operations, quadratic equations, data analysis and organization, and problem solving. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**Geometry**—H1052

Grade Level: 10-11 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Alg. 1 or Alg. 1 B

Geometry is designed as a second course in an integrated advanced conceptual approach to the study of higher-level mathematics. Topics covered in the first semester include: geometric structures, reasoning and proof, parallel and perpendicular lines, and congruent triangles. The second semester focuses on triangle relationships, properties of polygons, proportions and similarity, right triangle relationships, linear systems of equations and transformations. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**Honors Algebra/Geometry**—H1061

Grade Level: 9-10 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Teacher recommendation based on 8th grade performance

Honors Algebra/Geometry is a course designed as an integrated approach to both Algebra I and Geometry. Topics includes: points, lines and planes, linear equations and inequalities, properties of triangles, polygon relationships, functions, quadratics, probability and transformations. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**Algebra II**—H1053

Grade Level: 10-11 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Geometry or Honor Alg./Geometry

Algebra 2 is designed as a third course in an integrated, advanced conceptual approach to the study of higher-level mathematics. Topics covered in the first semester include: modeling problem situations, exploring and applying functions. The second semester focuses on sequences and series, modeling and analyzing data, applying probability models, angles, trigonometry, and exponential logarithmic functions. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**College Algebra**—H1057 (Dual Credit)

Grade Level: 11-12 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Alg. II

College Algebra is designed to meet the needs of the student wishing to satisfy the general education math requirement or planning to enroll in additional mathematics courses. Topics covered include: functions, domain, range, complex rational numbers, logs and exponents, polynomials, rational expressions, radicals, solving equations and inequalities, graphing equations and inequalities. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

**College Alg./Trigonometry**—H1063 (Dual Cr)

Grade Level: 11-12 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Alg. II or teacher recommendation

College Alg./Trig is designed as an advanced math course concentrating primarily on the concepts of trigonometry and math analysis. Trigonometric equations and identities, functions and their inverses, and angle measures will be introduced and examined. Real-world applications of trigonometry, as well as selections on sequences and series, complex numbers, higher degree equations, and curve sketching will be included. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

*3 College Credit hours can be earned with this course.

**Calculus**—H1059 (Dual Credit)

Grade Level: 12 No. Semesters: 2

Fee: None Credit: 1 Math

Prerequisites: Successful completion of College Alg/Trigonometry; Teacher recommendation

Calculus is designed as a preparatory course that will not only advance the degree level of analysis of the calculus, but will extend the field of study to an application approach as well. This course will cover and expand subject material on the following: functions, graphing techniques, limits and their properties, the derivative and its applications, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, and definite and indefinite integrals and their applications. This fulfills one math requirement for graduation.

*5 College Credit hours can be earned with this course.