At the School for Human Rights, all students will be expected to complete a four-year course of study in Mathematics to best prepare them for both post-secondary education and careers. The Math departments goal is to ensure that all scholars are provided with an engaging and structured curriculum that supports student growth and development in problem solving abilities, analytical skills, critical thinking, math fluency, as well as to develop an understanding and appreciation of the inductive and deductive reasoning employed in logic.
Students who enter having attained college and career readiness in their Algebra I coursework will be fast-tracked to ensure that all students have access to the mathematics courses appropriate for them. All teachers incorporate technology into their teaching and use online resources such as eMath Instruction, Desmos, DeltaMath, Aleks, and Collegeboard to meet students where they are while supporting students as we push all graduates to be mathematically college or career-ready.
Algebra 1 - This course ends in Algebra 1 Regents Exam. The focus of this course is to have students pass the Algebra Regents with the College Readiness score of 70 or above.
Geometry - This course ends in Geometry Regents Exam. The focus of this course is to have students pass the Geometry Regents with the College Readiness score of 70 or above.
Advanced Placement Calculus AB - This course ends in the Advanced Placement Exam. This course is College Board approved.
Business Applications of Mathematics
Math in Technology