This class uses *Saxon Math 7/6 Homeschool Edition*. We have chosen Saxon because of its direct incremental teaching style and built-in review of concepts. This course* *provides students an introduction to a range of math concepts: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis, Probability, and Problem Solving.

- Teacher-Author: Kimberly Robinson
- Teacher: Jessica Long

This class uses *Saxon Math 8/7 Homeschool Edition*. We have chosen Saxon because of its direct incremental teaching style and built-in review of concepts. The course* *provides students a deeper study of a range of math concepts: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis, Probability, and Problem Solving. It serves as a *Pre-Algebra* course.

- Teacher-Author: Kimberly Robinson
- Teacher: Jessica Long

This class uses *Saxon Algebra*. We have chosen Saxon because of its direct incremental teaching style and built-in review of concepts. Students will develop the understanding they need to resolve more complex problems and functions with this step-by-step course. Covers topics including signed numbers, exponents, and roots; absolute value; equations and inequalities; scientific notation; unit conversions; polynomials; graphs; factoring; quadratic equations; direct and inverse variations; exponential growth; statistics; and probability.

- Teacher-Author: Kimberly Robinson
- Teacher: Jessica Long

This class uses Saxon Algebra II, 3rd Edition, which maintains Saxon's direct, incremental teaching style, built-in review of concepts, and integrated geometry. This course covers uniform motion, chemistry-related problems, simultaneous equations with 2 and 3 variables, non-linear equations, geometry, right-triangle trigonometry, conversion from rectangular to polar coordinates, addition of vectors, complex numbers, quadratic formulas.

Importantly, geometry is not covered in a separate course in the math sequence, but is integrated across this course and the next, Advanced Math I. In terms of the credit value, it is correct to consider that between the two courses the student receive 1 credit of Algebra II and 1 credit of Geometry.

- Teacher-Author: Barbara Robicheaux
- Teacher-Author: Alecia Rolling

- Teacher-Author: Kimberly Robinson