Math study in high school goes beyond the simple arithmetic and pre-algebra learned in grades prek-8. High school math prepares students for college study in STEM-related fields and other mathematical applications. Each course in Time4Learning high school math includes a combination of lessons, worksheets, tools, and assessments. In addition, Algebra I and Geometry courses include online and offline projects that engage students in practical, real-life math problems. All five math courses correlate to state standards.
Algebra One - The concepts learned in Algebra I extend middle school math learning and prepare students for future high school learning in Algebra II and Geometry. Beginning algebra students learn concepts through lessons and practice. Online and offline projects allow students to practice their new skills in practical, real-life situations, building an appreciation for how what they are learning in school applies to life outside of school. At the successful completion of the course, students will be ready to move on to Algebra II or Geometry.
For a more detailed description of the lessons, visit the high school Algebra 1 course overview.
Algebra Two - Algebra II continues the study of algebra where Algebra I left off. Students revisit and build upon concepts from their earlier algebra study, broadening their understanding of functions, probability, matrices, graphing, sequences and series. Students solve equations, analyze and graph data, and learn and use theorems. Algebra II students learn concepts through lessons and practice. At the successful completion of this course, students will be ready to move on to study Geometry or Trigonometry.
For a more detailed description of the lessons, visit the high school Algebra 2 course overview.