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Announcement:

Ignitia is currently unavailable due to some program updates. Throughout July, EA’s office will be open Monday to Thursday of each week and closed on Fridays. Teacher support will not be available for summer school students on Fridays.

High School Math Courses

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Math courses typically follow the pattern below. However, in some cases, based on EA placement test results and the student’s previous school transcripts, your counselor may assign a math course that will meet your needs and EA graduation requirements. Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II  are required for graduation.

  1. Algebra I
  2. Geometry
  3. Algebra II
  4. Pre-Calculus (recommended)

Optional Math courses:

  • Consumer Math (can be taken instead of Algebra II with counselor and parent approval)
  • Trigonometry
  • AP Calculus

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Algebra I

Algebra I

1 credit

Throughout the year, students explore concepts that include evaluating, creating, solving, and graphing linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions...

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Geometry

Geometry

1 credit

Throughout the course, students gain experience with geometric calculations and coordinate plane graphing, methods of formal proof, and techniques of construction.

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Algebra II

Algebra II

1 credit

With a focus on algebraic techniques and methods, this course integrates geometric concepts and skills to introduce students to basic trigonometric identities and problem solving skills.

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Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus

1 credit

With a clear, step-by-step delivery, this course covers a wide range of mathematical concepts including an in-depth observation of math functions, quadratic inequalities, logarithms, probabilities, and permutation.

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Consumer Math

Consumer Math

0.5-1 credit

Consumer math is a practical elective that gives students the information to manage their money through planning and critical thinking about the complex economy of today.

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Trigonometry

Trigonometry

0.5 credit

The course teaches students to develop trigonometric formulas and use them to solve real-world problems. Topics include right angle trigonometry, sines and cosines, vectors, polar coordinates, graphing, and complex numbers.

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AP Calculus

AP Calculus

1 credit

Instruction begins with Fermat's method, graphs, models, and infinite limits, and takes students through the complex world of higher level calculus.

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AdvancED Accreditation

AdvancED Accreditation

Accreditation ensures that other accredited schools and universities recognize our students’ transcripts, credits, and courses.
Anytime Learning

Anytime Learning

We take the classroom to wherever you may be, regardless of timezone, provided a reliable internet connection is available. Lessons can also be printed to be completed offline.
Anytime Enrollment

Anytime Enrollment

Students can enroll at any time during the year and counselors will work to align the coursework to match up to previously completed work from the other school.
Christian Worldview

Christian Worldview

Our program has a strong emphasis on incorporating the Christian worldview in everything we do. The curriculum and staff together provide a strong foundation for Christian living and firmness in faith.