Mind, Meaning and Reality

This course examines a wide range of philosophical questions and problems, drawing on both classical and contemporary readings. Students will be exposed to a number

The Philosophy of Happiness

This course will examine a range of questions about the nature of happiness. What is happiness, and why does it matter? Is it the main

Geometry-201

This course is designed for students who would benefit from significant reinforcement of topics from Algebra I as they pertain to geometric problems. The emphasis

Geometry-202

This course integrates material from both plane and solid geometry. However, the development of the material requires extensive use of the skills and concepts already

Algebra II-301

This course meets the standards of a solid course in second year algebra. However, it is designed for students whose background indicates a need for

Algebra II-302

This course is intended for students who have achieved success in Math 102 and Math 202 or the equivalent. The material is developed with an

AP Calculus BC – Spr term

This course follows the Advanced Placement BC syllabus, which incorporates an introduction to the derivative and the integral with their applications and work in infinite

Special Topics

Special Topics is aimed at students who have completed the rest of the curriculum, including LInear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus, and are looking to delve

Linear Algebra

Linear Algebra begins with the concept of systems of linear equations. From this foundation, Linear Algebra uses the mathematical objects and operations derived from vectors

Adv Calc w Intro to Multivar

This course continues the study of single variable calculus and introduces topics from multivariable calculus. Topics may include understanding the relation of series and convergence

Discrete Math & Precalculus

This course follows Math 401. It is also intended for students who have completed 402 and who do not wish to study calculus at this

Calculus

This course offers an introduction to the derivative and the integral. The pace of this course allows for a review of precalculus topics when necessary.