COURSE: | ALGEBRA I (P) | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MCP1 | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or higher in Pre-Algebra | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course introduces the student to the concept of variables and emphasizes problem-solving skills. Topics include solving linear equations, solving and graphing inequalities, graphing on a coordinate plane, solving systems of equations, factoring, operating with polynomials, rational expressions, radicals and solving quadratic equations. Selected topics from trigonometry, probability, & statistics are also introduced. Applications are emphasized throughout the course. | |||
COURSE: | 3 Semester Algebra – Algebra I A, B, C | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MCPC - Alg. C & Geom. A - AGOURA MCP2 - Alg. 1 A&B MCP3 – Alg. C & Geom. A – CALABASAS | GRADES: | 9-12 Agoura Only |
PREREQUISITE: | None | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course covers the same content as the Algebra I P program at a reduced pace that allows for topic reinforcement and additional practice. (Algebra 1 C and Geometry 1 A are taken in the same year). | |||
COURSE: | GEOMETRY | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MDP2 | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in Algebra I | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course introduces the student to geometrical relationships and the concepts of formal deductive proof. Strong emphasis is placed on both algebraic manipulation and numerical calculation. Topics include congruency and similarity of triangles, parallel and perpendicular lines, area and volume formulas, properties of polygons and circles, coordinate geometry, and construction techniques. | |||
COURSE: | 3 Semester Geometry | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MCPC - Geom. A – AGOURA MCP3 – Geom. A – CALABASAS MDP3 – Geometry B & C | GRADES: | 9-12 Agoura Only |
PREREQUISITE: | Algebra I or Algebra I A, B, C | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course covers the same content as the Geometry program at a reduced pace that allows for topic reinforcement and additional practice. | |||
COURSE: | GEOMETRY HONORS - HP | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MDPJ | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in both semesters of 8th grade Algebra I H or a grade of “A” in both semesters of Algebra I with teacher recommendation. | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
Geometry Honors follows the same objectives as outlined in Geometry but in more depth and at a faster pace. The Honors Geometry course will cover the same chapters from the textbook as the college prep Geometry course. However, students should expect more in depth homework assignments with higher level problems that involve more critical thinking, analyzing, and problem solving. Exams in the honors course will also be longer and more challenging. The honors course covers geometry more in depth and students are expected to keep up with the pacing and the higher level of critical thinking that is necessary. | |||
COURSE: | ALGEBRA 2 AB | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MEIA | GRADES: | 9-12 Agoura Only |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in every semester of Algebra I & Geometry OR Algebra I A, B, C and Geometry A, B, C | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course is a UC/CSU subject approved course. This course is taken after the successful completion of both Algebra I and Geometry. It continues to develop the algebraic concepts introduced in the prerequisite courses. In addition, the course introduces new topics including more advanced functions, inverses, complex numbers, logarithmic and exponential functions, conics, matrices, probability, statistics, sequences and series. Logic and problem solving skills are developed. The emphasis for this course is a clear understanding of the essential concepts of the above topics without the more rigorous in-depth development presented in Algebra II. A graphing utility may be used as a problem-solving tool. This course is intended for students not wishing to pursue further advanced courses in math or science at the high school level. Students have the option to continue to Finite Math and/or Statistics P. It does not satisfy the “Algebra II” prerequisite for Math Analysis, Statistics AP, or Computer Science AP. | |||
COURSE: | ALGEBRA II | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MEP2 | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in every semester of Algebra I & Geometry. Students from the 3-semester program must receive an A in both semesters of Geometry BC. | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course is taken after the successful completion of both Algebra I and Geometry. It continues to develop the algebraic concepts introduced in the prerequisite courses in a rigorous in-depth manner. In addition, the course develops a more detailed understanding of linear and quadratic functions and their inverses and introduces new topics including complex numbers, logarithmic and exponential functions, conics, matrices, probability, statistics, sequences and series. Logic and problem-solving skills are developed. The graphing calculator may be used as a problem solving tool. This course is intended for motivated math students wishing to pursue further courses in math or science. It satisfies the “Algebra II” prerequisite for all such courses. | |||
COURSE: | ALGEBRA II HONORS | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MEPJ | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in both semester of Geometry Honors OR a grade of “A” both semesters of Geometry wit teacher recommendation. | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course is taken after successful completion of Algebra I and Geometry. It is a more in depth presentation of the Algebra II curriculum and an extensive introduction to trigonometry. Many enrichment topics are introduced throughout the course. The graphing utility may be used as a problem-solving tool. Algebra II Honors follows the same objectives as outlined in Algebra P but in more depth and at a faster pace as well as additional topics in trigonometry intended to prepare students for Math Analysis Honors. | |||
COURSE: | FINITE MATH | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MFP3 | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of C or better in Algebra II or a grade of B or better in Algebra2AB with teacher recommendation | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course is designed for the college or university-bound student who does not intend to major in math, science or engineering. Topics include review of the necessary algebraic concepts, probability, statistics, Bayes’ theorem, Markov chains, game theory, symbolic logic, interest and finance problems, linear programming, applications to business and economics, and basic applied trigonometry. | |||
COURSE: | STATISTICS | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MTP2 | GRADES: | 9-12 Recommended for 12th grade |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in Algebra II, C or better in Algebra 2 AB with teacher recommendation | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
CP Statistics focuses on statistical literacy and covers many of the same topics as AP Statistics, but in less depth. This course college bound juniors or seniors who might struggle in AP Statistics, but would benefit from understanding the principles underlying data exploration, pattern recognition, and drawing conclusions from data. Emphasis will be placed on real-world, everyday examples. | |||
COURSE: | STATISTICS AP | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MTPH | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in both semesters of Algebra II with teacher recommendation. | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: exploring data, planning a study, anticipating patterns, and statistical inference. A graphing calculator will be used as a problem solving tool and is required for the AP test. | |||
COURSE: | FINANCIAL ALGEBRA | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MEPF | GRADES: | 9-12 Calabasas Only |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in both semesters of Algebra I | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
Algebra II with Financial Applications is a project-based learning that offers students an opportunity to view the world of finance through a mathematical lens. Building on their work with linear, quadratic, and exponential functions from Algebra 1 students extend their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions. The foundational purpose of the course is to develop mathematically proficient students that can apply the mathematical concepts they attain to solving real-life problems they encounter through daily challenges, societal issues, the workplace, and the financial survival of life. Through contextual problem solving and the mathematical modeling of real-situations, the course gives the students the motivation to persevere through routine and non-routine problems, and as a result, develop strength and confidence in their mathematics ability. | |||
COURSE: | MATH ANALYSIS | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MGP3 | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in both semesters of Algebra II | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course is taken subsequent to the successful completion of Algebra II. Math Analysis focuses on the following topics: trigonometry, analytic geometry, matrices, probability, statistics, polar coordinates, rotations, translations, infinite series, curve sketching, transformation of curves, and limits. A graphing utility will be used as a problem-solving tool. | |||
COURSE: | MATH ANALYSIS HONORS | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MGPH | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “B” or better in Algebra II Honors | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
The initial emphasis will be placed on analysis & applications associated with the following topics: Functions, Trigonometry, Inequalities, Partial Fraction Decomposition, Sequences & Series (including Math Induction), Rotation of Axes for Conics, Parametric & Polar topics, & Vectors. Most of the other topics previously covered in this course overlap with those already taught in Algebra II Honors & may be reviewed &/or enriched at the discretion of the instructors. After the pre-calculus topics have been presented, the remainder of the year will be devoted to an extensive introduction to Calculus. Topics included will be limits, derivatives with applications, and an introduction to the basic concepts involved in integration. Math Analysis Honors follows the same objectives as outlined in Math Analysis P but in more depth and at a faster pace. A graphing calculator will be used as a problem solving tool. | |||
COURSE: | CALCULUS AB ADVANCED PLACEMENT | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MHAH | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in both semesters of either Math Analysis or Math Analysis Honors. | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course will cover all of the designated AB topics with an extensive AP review period prior to the AP exam, supplemented as appropriate for the target group of college prep students. Additional enrichment topics will be introduced after the AP exam and prior to the final exam. A graphing calculator is required for the AP exam and will be used as a problem solving tool. | |||
COURSE: | HONORS CONCEPTUAL CALCULUS | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | HCCAL | GRADES: | 9-12 CALABASAS ONLY |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of “C” or better in both semesters of either Math Analysis P or Math Analysis H | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
The Honors Conceptual Calculus course is similar in content and rigor to the AP AB Calculus course. Students who enroll in this course will not take the AP exam, allowing extra time for topic reinforcement and extra practice. The course covers functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration of functions of a single real variable. This course introduces students the power of calculus in solving real-world problems applications from higher level sciences. A graphing utility will be used as a problem solving tool. | |||
COURSE: | CALCULUS BC ADVANCED PLACEMENT | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MHBH | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | A grade of B or better in both semesters of Math Analysis H | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course will cover all of the designated BC topics with an appropriate AP review period prior to the AP exam, supplemented as appropriate for the target group of honors students. Familiarity with the initial topics, introduced in the head start portion of the Math Analysis Honors course, will be assumed and these topics will be reviewed/covered at an accelerated pace. Additional enrichment topics will be introduced after the AP exam and prior to the final exam. A graphing calculator is required for the AP exam and will be used as a problem solving tool. | |||
COURSE: | INTRO TO COMPUTER SCIENCE | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MSPP | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | ALGEBRA I | UC/CSU | - Pending |
This course will provide students with foundational knowledge of computer science. Students will explore topics of human-computer interaction, problem solving, web design, computer programming, data modeling, and robotics. Throughout the course, students will understand the algorithmic underpinnings of computer application and gain technical expertise using computational tools. The course follows the curricular standards provide by the ACM’s A Model Curriculum for K-12 Computer Science, which guides the curricular recommendations of the Computer Science Teachers Association. Exploring Computer Science will serve as both a stand-alone course and as a preparatory course for the more programming-focused Advanced Placement Computer Science course. Methods of evaluation include quizzes, tests, projects, worksheets, and computer programming exercises. | |||
COURSE: | COMPUTER SCIENCE AP | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MSPH | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | Concurrent enrollment in Algebra II or higher. Students must have a semester grade of “B” or better in the most recent honors math class (Geometry or higher) or a semester grade of “A” in the most recent college prep math class (Geometry or higher). Teacher approval. | UC/CSU | -Subject G Honors |
A.P. Computer Science is designed for students who are pursuing majors that require a significant involvement with computing (i.e., math, engineering, science, business, etc.) and have demonstrated an exceptional ability in mathematics. Topics will include programming methodology, algorithms, data structure, and data abstractions. | |||
COURSE: | COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES AP | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MSPHP | GRADES: | 9-12 |
PREREQUISITE: | Pass Algebra I with a B or higher | UC/CSU | -Subject G Honors |
The course focuses on the innovative aspects of computing as well as the computational thinking practices that help students see how computing is relevant to many areas of their everyday lives. With a multidisciplinary approach this course will introduce students to the creative aspects of abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the internet, cyber security concerns, programming and computing impacts. Students will use technology to address real-world problems and build relevant solutions. Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science. For further details, please visit http://ahsapcsp.weebly.com/ | |||
COURSE: | ROBOTICS I – PHYSICAL SCIENCE | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | WRRN | GRADES: | 9-12 Fulfills high school Science requirement |
PREREQUISITE: | Algebra I | UC/CSU | -Subject G |
Students will develop construction, engineering, and programming skills to perform a variety of tasks as a team. Students will be using Vex robotics to further enforce the electrical and mechanical aspects of the course. This is a project based class for the student who is interested in engineering. | |||
COURSE: | ROBOTICS II – PHYSICAL SCIENCE | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | WRRN2 | GRADES: | 9-12 Fulfills high school Science requirement |
PREREQUISITE: | Algebra I and Robotics I. Geometry and Algebra is recommended. | UC/CSU | -Subject G |
Students will use advanced programming and technological devices to accomplish a wide variety of objectives in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and state technical theater. Students will also be involved in various competitions such as Vex, Solar Boat Cup, etc. | |||
COURSE: | Applied math and engineering: Robotics III | YEAR COURSE: | 10 credits |
COURSE CODE: | MEPF | GRADES: | 10-12 Fulfills high school Math requirement |
PREREQUISITE: | None | UC/CSU | -Subject C |
This course allows students to apply Advanced Algebra and Geometry skills contained in the traditional Algebra 2/Trig course to the Engineering Design Process: Requirements, Analysis, Design, Build, Validation. Student groups will represent civil engineering firms who receive a Request For Proposal (RFP) from a school district in need of a new 21st Century state-of-the-art high school. Students employ the engineering process to design this high school, considering the parameters and requirements of the district while using math (linear equations and functions, quadratic equations and functions, polynomials, rational and radical functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, statistics and probability, and trigonometry) as a tool to make engineering decisions and complete the projects. Throughout the course, teams will keep an engineering notebook which documents all mathematical calculations, assumptions, notes, preliminary sketches, etc. to provide a “roadmap” of their final design assignment. Project Teams will continuously update their Know/Need To Know Lists Re: the RFP to include new information learned. These revised lists will be used by the teacher as a formative assessment on a recurring basis. The teacher will look for understanding of mathematical concepts as applied to the current engineering process. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to integrate the math topics and concepts with the Engineering Design Process to create a final report and presentation of their high school design aimed at an audience of school board members. |
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