Our full-year tuition includes 5 full-year courses. Feedback from parents, students, and teachers indicates that this workload achieves a balance of academic rigor while leaving time for outside activities. It is possible to add additional courses for an additional charge, but we strongly encourage students to take no more than five courses.
Algebra I 2 Sections +
This course covers all topics traditionally associated with beginning algebra and geometry, provides a mathematical foundation essential for solving increasingly difficult problems, and prepares students for more complex algebra and geometry instruction in Algebra II.
Saxon Algebra 1 Textbook Homeschool 9781565771345
Algebra II 2 Sections +
Business Math 1 Section +
The basic math and economic skills needed to function in a business setting are presented with the intent of providing students a practical math course for use in their daily lives. The study of basic finance, banking, and bookkeeping provides an excellent preparation for those students who plan careers in business.
A Beka Business Mathematics Textbook
Consumer Math 1 Section +
Making mathematics relevant to daily life, this course shows how abstract financial concepts relate to everyday lives. The American free-enterprise system is portrayed in a positive light as the student studies such topics as budgeting, banking, investing, keeping tax records, and purchasing necessities.
A Beka Consumer Mathematics A Beka Consumer Mathematics Skills & Review
Advanced Math I 1 Section +
Advanced Math I, the first two (of three) recommended semesters for advanced mathematics, integrates topics from algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis. Word problems are developed throughout the problem sets and become progressively more elaborate.
Saxon Advanced Mathematics Text Homeschool 9781565770393
Advanced Math II/Calculus I 1 Section +
Advanced Math II completes the third and final semester recommended for the Advanced Math text by fully integrating topics from algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis. Word problems are developed throughout the problem sets and become progressively more elaborate. The study of calculus begins in the second semester and is designed for prospective mathematics majors and those considering further study in engineering, computer sciences, physics, business, and life sciences.
Saxon Advanced Mathematics Text Homeschool Saxon Calculus Text Homeschool 9781565770393 9781565771468