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Online High School Math Curriculum

Online High School Math Curriculum
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Regardless of their chosen path after high school, having a strong foundation of high school math classes opens doors for graduates. Success in college, trade school, employment or the military is more likely for those with a solid background in mathematics.

Math courses in high school should prepare students not just for college and career, but for life. They should teach teens to use reasoning and logic, helping them understand not just how something works but why. This helps them learn how to use math in meaningful ways.

On this page, you will get an overview of each of Time4Learning’s online high school math courses and discover how they can support your high schooler’s goals. Whether you are looking for homeschool math curriculum, remediation in a specific area of math, or summer math programs for high school students, Time4Learning has you covered!

What Math Classes Do You Take in High School?

To keep all options for the future open, it is a good idea for high schoolers to take more than just the minimum required high school math subjects.  Skipping even one year of high school math can put students at a disadvantage if they decide to pursue a college degree. High schoolers should challenge themselves to take as much math as possible, at the highest level possible.

The number of math credits needed to graduate high school varies by state, but most students should aim for at least three high school math courses. The most common math courses for high schoolers include:

High School Algebra I Curriculum

Typically taken in 9th grade, Time4Learning’s  high school Algebra I course is a comprehensive introduction to the relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations, linear and exponential relationships, descriptive statistics, expressions and equations, and quadratic functions and modeling. This course builds on the foundation set in middle grades by deepening students’ understanding of linear and exponential functions and developing fluency in writing and solving one-variable equations and inequalities. With tools like a digital notebook for taking notes, embedded calculators to help work through difficult problems, and the ability to watch video instruction as many times as needed, students are empowered to take ownership of their Algebra I learning.

Learn more about our high school Algebra I curriculum.

High School Geometry Curriculum

Time4Learning’s high school geometry course formalizes what students learned about geometry in the middle grades with a focus on reasoning and making mathematical arguments. Geometry is commonly taken in the 10th grade year, and introduces students to mathematical reasoning by studying triangle congruency, including exposure to formal proofs and geometric constructions. Throughout the course, students investigate properties of figures, make conjectures, and prove theorems. Students demonstrate their reasoning by completing proofs in a variety of formats. The course includes an abundance of rich graphics, charts, diagrams, animations, and simulations, which help students relate to and visualize the content. Performance tasks allow students to demonstrate understanding by performing constructions, writing proofs, and applying probability to decision making.

Learn more about the high school geometry curriculum.

High School Algebra II Curriculum

The video-based lessons in Time4Learning’s Algebra II course focus on developing students’ understanding of advanced algebraic concepts and the application of learning to real-world problems. The two-semester course focuses on functions, polynomials, periodic phenomena, and collecting and analyzing data. As students refine and expand their algebraic skills, they will draw analogies among the operations and field properties of real numbers and those of complex numbers and algebraic expressions. To support high schoolers with different learning styles, the course includes access to audio readers, a searchable glossary, a set of calculators (e.g., graphing, matrix, statistical), and online highlighting and note taking tools.

Learn more about the high school Algebra II curriculum.

High School Pre-Calculus Curriculum

Time4Learning’s Pre-Calculus full-year course is designed to be taken after Algebra II. This course builds on functions topics including graphing, composition, inverses, and inequalities. Knowledge of trigonometric functions is also expanded, and students are given opportunities to apply these concepts using real-world problems. The pre-calculus course is made up of 10 chapters that cover topics including vectors, matrices,  and analytic geometry, just to name a few. The course features interactive tools, a graphing calculator, animations, and simulations to help students apply concepts and visualize content.

Learn more about the high school pre-calculus curriculum.

High School Trigonometry Curriculum

Time4Learning’s one-semester trigonometry course allows students to use their knowledge of geometry and algebra to begin their study of trigonometry. This course begins with an overview of right triangle relationships before introducing trigonometric functions and their applications. Students explore angles and radian measures, circular trigonometry, and the unit circle. They’ll extend their understanding of trigonometric graphs, including the effects of translations and the inverses of trigonometric functions. The final chapters introduce students to vectors and conic sections.

Learn more about the high school trigonometry curriculum.

High School Math Electives

In addition to the high school math courses available for students, Time4Learning also offers a number of high school math electives. Whether students are  looking to further their math skills, challenge themselves with new concepts, or fulfill a personal goal, the following high school math elective courses can help.

Taking a variety of high school math classes can give students a well-rounded education and help them gain a number of important skills that will benefit them in college and as working adults.

Why Choose Time4Learning’s High School Math Curriculum?

Time4Learning high school offers an online, interactive math curriculum for ninth through twelfth grade that correlates to state standards. The program is highly flexible, making it an ideal core homeschool curriculum, while being just as effective as an afterschool alternative to tutoring, or for summer study.

Some of the reasons that our high school math curriculum is so popular with families and students include:

As a Full Curriculum
  • Teaching high school math with Time4Learning requires little or no math background on the part of parents.
  • On-screen teachers present the lessons, explain concepts clearly, and model math strategies.
  • The courses emphasize higher order thinking skills, and use practical, real-life math examples to teach the material.
  • Motivating, media-rich content keeps students engaged.
  • To accommodate students of all learning styles and diverse abilities, information is delivered in multiple formats including instructional video, animated models, graphs, and text.
  • The curriculum offers challenging content, relevant activities, assessments, and real-time feedback.
  • Each lesson includes assessments to determine whether students have mastered the lesson objectives.
  • A customizable assignment calendar helps students track the coursework they should be completing each day.
  • The system tracks student progress, and keeps printable reports that parents can turn into high school transcripts or include with homeschool portfolios.
As a Supplement
  • Users can subscribe and begin using the material immediately.
  • Pretests assess students’ strengths and weaknesses and help build an individualized math program that offers instruction and practice on skills they have yet to master.
  • Students can work through their math course sequentially or focus on specific areas where they need additional remediation.
  • Powerful interactive instruction helps students build content knowledge and essential skills on individual topics.
  • Visual learners will especially benefit from on-screen teachers who present learning objectives, explain concepts, and model math strategies.
  • Students are taught step-by-step methods (identifying questions, clues, and strategies, and checking their work) when solving problems.
  • The how is just as important as the what in Time4Learning math instruction. On-screen instructors prompt students to highlight, underline, and take notes to determine the importance of information.
  • Detailed reporting tools help parents monitor student engagement, progress, and achievement along the way.

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