# Mathematics

Upper School math courses emphasize the nature of mathematical thought as well as the development of facility with the applications of mathematics. Various levels (honors, standard, and fundamentals) of required courses offer each student the best fit in terms of pace, depth, and level of abstraction. Students can and do change levels as needed to increase or decrease challenge as they progress through their years in Upper School. The chart below provides an overview of both required and elective course offerings.

**College-level calculus is offered in a three-semester sequence (A, B, and C) and covers a college-level Calculus course which prepares students for the AP Calculus AB or BC exams. Advanced Probability and Statistics I/II prepares students for the AP Statistics exam.**

- Algebra I
- Algebra II Fundamentals
- Algebra II
- Honors Algebra II
- Geometry Fundamentals
- Geometry
- Honors Geometry
- Probability and Statistics I
- Probability and Statistics II
- Precalculus
- Honors Precalculus
- Data Science
- Topics in Data Science
- Advanced Probability and Statistics I
- Advanced Probability and Statistics II
- Calculus I/II
- Calculus A/B
- Calculus C
- Advanced Topics: Linear Algebra
- Advanced Topics: Combinatorics and Graph Theory
- Advanced Topics: Differentiable Multivariable Calculus (Not offered in 2024-25)
- Advanced Topics: Discrete Dynamical Systems (Not offered in 2024-25)