The Mathematics Department develops the skills needed to discover and apply higher-level problem solving processes both inside and outside the classroom. Students will utilize these skills as they progress through the sequence of Mathematics courses offered at Oakland Catholic High School. The established sequence of Mathematics at Oakland Catholic High School is: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, with electives and unique progressions dependent on the individual student's needs and strengths. A rigorous foundation in Mathematics and integration of mathematical skills across the curriculum are necessary components of preparing students for higher education, STEM fields, financial planning, and 21st Century technical workplaces.
Each summer, students will have assignments to complete in an effort to prepare for the next year. All students are required to have a TI-84 Graphing Calculator.
Trigonometry / PreCalculus
- Engineering I - 0.5 Credits
- Probability and Statistics - 0.5 Credits
- AP Statistics
- Linear Algebra - 0.5 Credits
- Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship - 0.5 Credits
- Math Tutorial