This is the 2nd year of 2 years of Algebra 1

Intermediate level algebra course following Algebra I and Geometry and preceding upper level courses such as Trigonometry, Statistics, College Algebra and others.

Focus is on functions:  linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, rational and radical.  Study of functions includes:  the nature of their graphs, changes to equations and how the graph is affected, properties and characteristics of function categories (or families), and applying functions to real-world data.

Probability, statistics, and trigonometry are introduced and explored as well, again applying them to real data.

This class if the first year of a two year Algebra 1 class.  
This is an advanced placement statistics class.  
This course is a 9-10th grade course. The main focus is solving for variables to solve multiple different types of equations. We will use these equations to graph, describe functions, and work through real-world problems.
This is a course for 9, 10, and 11th graders. Throughout the course we will working with different shapes and the properties that they have. We will also work on using postulates and theorems to prove statements.
This is a college level class that will cover three main topics - limits, derivatives, and integrals. We will be taking an AP test in May.
The topics of study are as follows:Connections to Algebra, Properties of Real Numbers, Solving and Graphing Linear Equations and Functions, Writing Linear Equations, Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities, Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities, Exponents and Exponential Functions, Quadratic Equations and Functions, Polynomials and Factoring, Rational Equations and Functions.