Math 6 and Math 7

In Math 7, students will:

  1. Develop an understanding of and apply proportional relationships
  2. Develop an understanding of operations with rational numbers and work with expressions and linear equations
  3. Solve problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions
  4. Work with two and three dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area and volume
  5. Draw inference about populations based on samples

Math 8

The Math 8 course includes work in these areas:

  1. Formulating and reasoning about expressions and equations, including modeling an association in bivariate data with linear equation, solving linear equations and systems of linear equations
  2. Grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe quantitative relationships
  3. Analyzing two and three-dimensional space and figures using distance, angle, similarity, congruence 
  4. Understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorem


This course focuses on developing skills in problem solving, number systems and theory, computation and estimation, patterns and formations, statistics and probability.  Additionally, the course introduces Algebra concepts to build a strong foundation for the subsequent formal study of Algebra.  Such information explorations include physical models, numerical respresentations and graphing models, rather than an emphasis on algebraic representations in isolation

Algebra 1

Students explore a mathematical model for the real number system involving the study of straight lines and numerical relationships.  The property of the real number system is used to solve linear equations and inequalities.  Simple operations with polynomials are introduced and the laws of exponents are studied.  


The major postulates and theorems of Euclidean Geometry form the basis of this course.  Logical structures are investigated. Geometric constructions and coordinate geometry are studied.  Students should be able to investigate these geometry concepts using technology as well as pencil and paper.  Trigonometry concepts are applied to appropriate geometry concepts.