Length of course:


    One Year



    1.0 Credit 

    Grade Placement:





    From 8th grade placement or consent of Department Chair

    State Course Code:



    Course Description: The Integrated Math 1 Honors course will cover in greater depth and intensity those topics covered in the Integrated Math 1 course. Additional topics will highlight the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) topics found throughout the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSSM), represented by a (+) sign. Integrated Math 1 Honors involves the study of linear and exponential functions (with domains in the integers), including application and interpretation of statistics and real-world situations. Students reason about functions and the number and nature of solutions to equations, systems of equations, inequalities and systems of inequalities. Students define congruence using transformational geometry. Students apply transformations to linear, exponential, piece-wise, absolute value, square root and cube root functions. They explore these function types represented algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables, and by verbal descriptions. This is the first of three required math courses for college and career readiness. Students who complete the Math 1, 2, 3 Honors track will be ready for AP Calculus A/B, AP Calculus B/C or AP Statistics in their fourth year of high school. (A graphing calculator is required.)