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AP Calculus prepares students for university courses. If this course is taken, along with the...

#### AP Calculus (AB)

AP Calculus prepares students for university courses. If this course is taken, along with the AP Exam, university credit can be given for first year calculus. Both differentiation and integration are covered. Online videos help to explain topics covered in the course. This is an excellent course for students interested in science, mathematics or engineering.

###### Major Units & Topics

Limits

Differentiation

Graph Behaviour

Applications of Differentiation

Integration

History of Calculus

Transcendentals

Differential Equations and Applications of Integration

###### Assessment

40% quizzes

60% tests

###### Prerequisites

Pre-Calculus 12

###### Time Commitment

200-240 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

###### Tuition

#### Calculus 12

Calculus 12 prepares students for university courses, however this course does not give credit for first year calculus. Both differentiation and integration are covered. Online videos help to explain topics covered in the course. This is an excellent course for students interested in science, mathematics or engineering.

###### Major Units & Topics

Limits, differentiation, graph behaviour, applications of differentiation, integration, history of calculus, and differential equations.

###### Assessment

40% quizzes

60% tests

###### Prerequisites

Pre-Calculus 12

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Foundations of Math 11

Foundations of Math 11 is one of the grade 11 math courses that follows Foundations/Pre-Calculus 10. This course is a statistic based math course that helps students understand graphing inequalities, quadratics and solving statistics based problems. Check with your post-secondary plans to make sure this course will satisfy entrance requirements. Video instruction is provided for each section.

###### Major Units & Topics

Inductive and deductive reasoning, properties of angles and triangles, statistical reasoning, systems of linear inequalities, quadratic functions and equations, proportional reasoning, financial literacy

###### Assessment

Assignments 10%

Quizzes 40%

Tests 50%

###### Prerequisites

Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Foundations of Math 12

This course focuses on problem solving and analysis, trying, where possible, to set the mathematics within a real world context. Students will typically take this to fulfill their Math 11 graduation requirement and as a terminal math course. Critical thinking in a mathematical setting is the primary goal of the course.

###### Major Units & Topics

Analyzing puzzles and games that involve numerical and logical reasoning, using problem-solving strategies. Solving problems that involve compound interest in financial decision making. Collecting primary or secondary data (statistical or informational) related to the topic.

###### Assessment

Notes & Practice Questions - 15%

Assignments- 25%

Tests - 60%

###### Prerequisites

Foundations of Math 11

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10

Foundations of Math and Precalculus 10 covers topics needed to move on to both Pre-Calculus Math 11 and Foundations Math 11. This course has video instruction on each topic, as well as assignments, quizzes, tests and two projects. It is a comprehensive course utilizing algebra and graphing.

###### Major Units & Topics

Surface area and volume, right triangle trigonometry, exponents and radicals, polynomials, linear relations and functions, linear equations and graphs, solving systems of equations algebraically and graphically, financial literacy and probability.

###### Assessment

10% assignments

40% tests

40% quizzes

10% projects

###### Prerequisites

Solid understanding of all concepts covered in the Math 9 curriculum

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10

Combining in class projects, activities and personalized instruction with online learning, students will develop: logic and problem solving, algebraic reasoning and number sense, algebraic and graphical reasoning through the study of relations, and money sense. This course is usually required for admission into post-secondary schools for science, engineering or math based programs.

###### Major Units & Topics

Trigonometry; Polynomials (Radicals, Exponents, Algebra Basics, Factoring); Relations and Functions (Introduction, Linear Relations, Systems of Linear Relations), Probability, Financial Literacy

###### Assessment

Tests 20%

Assignments 25%

Quizzes 20%

Activities and Projects 25%

Participation 10%

###### Prerequisites

Math 9

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Cloverdale

###### Tuition

$150

#### Math 8

Math 8 covers the Big Ideas of how numbers are used to represent, describe and compare ratios, rates and percents, how discrete linear relationships can be represented in many ways and used to identify and make generalizations, the relationships between surface area and volume of 3D objects and how data can be used to determine averages.

As this is often one of the first online courses that students take, parents should expect to help their child organize their time and encourage them to contact the teacher whenever they have any questions.

###### Major Units & Topics

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

Students should be comfortable with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division before beginning the course. They should also have a basic understanding of fractions and decimals.

###### Time Commitment

Students should expect to spend 2-3 hours per week watching video lessons and completing assignments and projects in the course.

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Math 9

Math 9 aims to reinforce the main goals of mathematics education: using mathematics confidently to solve problems, using mathematics to better understand the world around us, communicating and reasoning mathematically, appreciating and valuing mathematics, making connections between mathematics and its applications, committing themselves to lifelong learning, becoming mathematically literate and using mathematics to participate in, and contribute to, society. It will do so while increasing proficiency in algebra (solving equations and polynomials), graphing lines, as well delving into other core topics like financial literacy. Students will be asked to make their way through a workbook, along with online instructions and assignments. Parents would be administering the unit tests, and would be expected to stay informed as to their child’s progress.

###### Major Units & Topics

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

Math 8

###### Time Commitment

Three Hours weekly

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Pre-Calculus 11

Pre-Calculus 11 prepares students to solve problems, communicate and reason mathematically, and make connections between mathematics and its applications. The virtual lessons in Study Forge give audio and visual information, helping the student become mathematically literate, and learn to appreciate and value mathematics. Pre-Calculus 11 is designed for students headed to college or university where a high level of mathematics is needed.

###### Major Units & Topics

Polynomials, Quadratic Functions, Oblique Triangles, Trigonometry, Rational and Radical Functions, Exponential Functions, Financial Literacy

###### Assessment

15% Assignments

15% Homework

40% Tests

30% Projects

###### Prerequisites

FMP10

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Pre-Calculus 11

Pre-Calculus 11 prepares students to solve problems, communicate and reason mathematically, making connections between mathematics and its applications. This course prepares the student for the challenges of senior mathematics and is a prerequisite for many undergraduate studies. The course is a composite of at home learning, in class learning, activities and projects. Students will develop more comprehensive problem-solving abilities and will be challenged to complete multi-step solutions for those problems they are presented with.

###### Major Units & Topics

Factoring and the Quadratic Function; Quadratic Transformations, Quadratic Equations, Systems of Equations, Radicals, Rational Equations, Trigonometry. Finance

###### Assessment

Tests and Quizzes 50%

Assignments and Projects 50%

###### Prerequisites

Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Cloverdale

###### Tuition

$150

#### Pre-Calculus 12

Pre-Calculus 12 prepares students to solve problems, communicate and reason mathematically, and make connections between mathematics and its applications. The virtual lessons in Study Forge give audio and visual information, helping the student become mathematically literate, and learn to appreciate and value mathematics. Pre-Calculus 12 is designed for students headed to college or university where a high level of mathematics is needed. This course will also prepare a student for AP Calculus.

###### Major Units & Topics

Function transformations, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Function operations, Trigonometric functions, identities and equations, Exponents and Logarithms, Sequence and Series, Conics.

###### Assessment

15% Assignments

15% Homework

40% Tests

30% Projects

###### Prerequisites

Pre-Calculus 11

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Pre-Calculus 12

Pre-Calculus 12 prepares students to solve problems, communicate and reason mathematically, and make connections between mathematics and its applications. The virtual lessons in Study Forge give audio and visual information, helping the student become mathematically literate, and learn to appreciate and value mathematics. Pre-Calculus 12 is designed for students headed to college or university where a high level of mathematics is needed. This course will also prepare a student for AP Calculus.

###### Major Units & Topics

vFunction transformations, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Function operations, Trigonometric functions, identities and equations, Exponents and Logarithms, Sequence and Series, Conics.

###### Assessment

15% Assignments

15% Homework

40% Tests

30% Projects

###### Prerequisites

Pre-Calculus 11

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Cloverdale

###### Tuition

$150

#### Saxon Math 10

This is a two year online course. Entry begins when you are partway through Saxon Algebra 1. When you reach the finish, you will have covered all concepts contained in Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, as well as Pre-Calculus 11. You will log your work as you make your way through the Saxon Algebra 1 and 2 text books and work on additional online assignments to fill in any gaps in those Saxon texts. Upon completion of this course, you will have covered all concepts contained in Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, as well as Pre-Calculus 11. It will prepare you to move out of the Saxon curriculum into Pre-Calculus 12, and towards university math courses.

###### Major Units & Topics

Trigonometry; Polynomials (Radicals, Exponents, Algebra Basics, Factoring); Relations and Functions (Introduction, Linear Relations, Systems of Linear Relations), Probability, Financial Literacy

###### Assessment

40% Tests

40% Lessons

20% Online Assignments

###### Prerequisites

Math 9 (If Saxon, then halfway through Algebra 1)

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Saxon Math 11

Upon completion of this course, you will have covered all concepts contained in Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, as well as Pre-Calculus 11. You will log your work as you make your way through the Saxon Algebra 1 and 2 text books and work on additional online assignments to fill in any gaps in those Saxon texts. Upon completion of this course, you will have covered all concepts contained in Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, as well as Pre-Calculus 11. It will prepare you to move out of the Saxon curriculum into Pre-Calculus 12, and towards university math courses.

###### Major Units & Topics

Polynomials, Quadratic Functions, Oblique Triangles, Trigonometry, Rational and Radical Functions, Exponential Functions, Financial Literacy

###### Assessment

40% Tests

40% Lessons

20% Online Assignments

###### Prerequisites

FMP10(SX)

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request. Parents are expected to supervise homework.

###### Major Units & Topics

For Science 7, students will learn about magnetism, alternative energy resources, classification of matter, chemical change, climate change, fossils, and natural selection.

For Math 7 students will learn about decimals, fractions, area of triangles/quadrilaterals/circles, integers, and solving equations.

For ADST 7, students will do simple projects on coding, drafting, hand sewing, and woodworking with hand tools.

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 20 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 6.

###### Time Commitment

Three hours in class and 2 hours a week of homework which includes readings and review.

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Hawthorne Square

###### Tuition

$100

STEM 7 integrates the learning requirements for Science, Technology and Math into one course. The activities encompass a variety of online and hands-on tasks that are broken down into a weekly schedule within the course so students can easily follow along and ensure they are on track to finish by the end of the year.

This course uses a variety of Gizmos, worksheets, online resources, videos, and hands-on activities. There are two textbooks for the course that supplement learning for both math and science. A student should plan to spend at least three hours each week to gain the most learning from the activities in the course and remain on track to finish in June. Parents should plan to help their child manage their time, check that all tasks from each week have been completed and provide assistance for a concept that is proving harder to learn. The teacher will generally include parents in responses to student questions however students are expected to contact the course teacher independently as needed.

###### Major Units & Topics

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

None

###### Time Commitment

Three to five hours weekly

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request.

###### Major Units & Topics

For Science 8, students will learn about light, the cell, kinetic molecular theory, and density.

For Math 8 students will learn about fractions, ratios, surface area, volume, integers, and solving equations.

For ADST 8, students will do simple projects on coding, drafting, hand sewing, and woodworking with hand tools.

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 20 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 7.

###### Time Commitment

Three hours in class, another 2.5 hours at home

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Hawthorne Square

###### Tuition

$100

For Science 9, students will learn about electricity, cellular reproduction, periodic table, and naming/formulas for ionic/covalent compounds. For Math 9 students will learn about rational numbers, exponent rules, polynomials, linear equations, and solving multi-step equations. For ADST 9, students will do a marketing project.

###### Major Units & Topics

###### Assessment

Students can expect to participate in a variety of individual, small group, and whole class activities including experiments, games, project-based learning, oral presentations, discussions, research, hands-on activities, textbook work, and quizzes.

###### Prerequisites

Pre-requisite skills for students who do not need EA support should include the ability to work independently for 30 minutes, read/write a paragraph and completion of Math 8. Math enrichment is available for students achieving 95% in the course. A core math program is available upon request.

###### Time Commitment

Three Hours weekly in class, and the amount of homework students do at home varies greatly from person to person, but in general, one can expect to do 3 hours a week of homework which includes readings and review. Parents are expected to supervise homework.

###### Credits Earned

###### Location

Hawthorne Square

###### Tuition

$100

#### Workplace Math 10

Workplace Math 10 covers math from everyday life such as shopping, salaries and taxes. It also covers math which you will find in various trades and workplaces like trigonometry. This course is designed to help prepare students for life outside the classroom by familiarizing them with mathematical concepts they will encounter, and presenting them with real world applications. There is video instruction on each unit and basic algebra skills are utilized. This course may limit your university options, so please check with your post secondary institution before taking this course.

###### Major Units & Topics

Unit pricing and currency exchange, earning an income, length area and volume, mass temperature and volume, angles and parallel lines, similarity of figures, trigonometry of right triangles, probability.

###### Assessment

10% assignments

45% projects

45% tests

###### Prerequisites

A decent understanding of concepts covered in the Math 9 curriculum

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0

#### Workplace Math 10

Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 10 covers math from everyday life such as shopping, salaries and taxes. It also covers math which you will find in various trades and workplaces. This course is designed to help prepare students for life outside the classroom by familiarizing them with mathematical concepts they will encounter, and presenting them with real world applications. This course is taught one hour per week in the classroom, and the rest completed at home.

###### Major Units & Topics

Unit pricing; Earning an income; Length Area Volume; Mass Temperature and Volume; Angles and Parallel lines; Similar figures; Right Angle Trigonometry; Probability

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

A decent understanding of concepts covered in the Math 9 curriculum

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

#### Workplace Math 11

AW Math 11 introduces you to personal finance, investments, and loans. You will also continue to explore math from other occupations, learning about various types of graphs, go deeper into surface area and volume, and learn how to accurately represent a 3D object. The course is taught with one hour a week in class, the rest completed at home.

###### Major Units & Topics

Slope, rate of change; Graphing; Surface area and capacity; Right angle trigonometry; Financial services; Personal Budgets; Scale Representations

###### Assessment

###### Prerequisites

Workplace Math 10

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Cloverdale

###### Tuition

$150

#### Workplace Math 11

Workplace Math 11 introduces you to personal finance, investments, and loans. You will also continue to explore math from other occupations, learning about various types of graphs, go deeper into surface area and volume and trigonometry, and learn how to accurately represent a 3D object. This course follows directly from Workplace Math 10 and expands on many of its concepts. Video instruction is used for each section.

###### Major Units & Topics

Slope and rate of change, graphical representations, surface area, volume and capacity, trigonometry of right triangles, scale representation, financial services, personal budgets

###### Assessment

Assignments 10%

Quizzes 30%

Tests 40%

Project 20%

###### Prerequisites

Workplace Math 10

###### Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

###### Credits Earned

4

###### Location

Online

###### Tuition

0