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The Mathematics Curriculum progresses from grade 1 through 8, advancing at an age and grade appropriate pace. At each grade level, all mathematical concepts are applied to story problems. This program provides the foundation for the many mathematical skills that students study in school and apply in the real world.

  • Grade 1: Students will become proficient in addition and subtraction up to sums of 12; will be introduced to geometry, time, money, and fractions; and will learn place value to the tens place.

  • Grade 2: Students will achieve mastery of addition and subtraction facts; will become proficient in adding and subtracting whole numbers to the hundred millions place; and will develop an understanding of place value, estimation, and mental math. The concepts of geometry, time, money, and fractions will be expanded. Multiplication and division algorithms will be introduced.

  • Grade 3: Students will achieve mastery of basic multiplication and division facts and the concepts of money and time. They will master place value to the hundred millions place.

  • Grade 4: Students will be able to multiply three-digit by two-digit numbers and divide three-digit by one-digit numbers; will be able to identify, order, compare, add, and subtract fractions; will learn to read and interpret graphs and data; and will be introduced to conventional scientific measurements.

  • Grade 5: Students will achieve mastery of multiplication and division of whole numbers, and estimation and mental math; will write numerical expressions to label and solve multiple-step word problems; will add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers; will write and solve algebraic expressions; will develop an understanding of ratios, percents, and proportions; and will be introduced to finding area, perimeter, and volume.

  • Grade 6: Students will learn the PEMDAS order of operations; will perform all operations with fractions; will achieve mastery of ratios, percents, and proportions; will write and solve algebraic problems; and will learn to collect and graph data using scientific and English units of measurement.

  • Grade 7: Pre-Algebra: Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide real and rational numbers in equations and equalities; graph ordered pairs and lines; read and write exponents, scientific notation, functions, and sequences; collect, display, and analyze data; apply ratios, proportions, and percents to daily life; and predict and analyze probability results. Students will use geometry to solve perimeter, area, and volume equations.

  • Grade 8: Algebra: Students will solve patterns, functions, equations, equalities, and inequalities; understand and use integers, rational, and real numbers; analyze and represent linear and nonlinear equations; use technology to solve and display data; create geometric models; develop and analyze proofs; use trigonometry to measure and solve problems; collect, analyze, and graph data; and make hypotheses and predictions.