Niagara Wheatfield Math Department
Regents Math Courses
Integrated Algebra Regents
This first year regents course studies many major topics in mathematics including solving equations, factoring polynomials, probability, statistics, graphing functions, number systems, and real world applications.
|Integrated Algebra Extended 1|
Integrated Algebra Extended 1 is the first year of a two year extended regents course. This course will study the same content as the Integrated Algebra Regents course, but will provide more time to develop specific algebra skills.
|Integrated Algebra Extended 2|
Integrated Algebra Extended 2 is the second year of a two year extended regents course. This course will study the same content as the Integrated Algebra Regents course, but will provide more time to develop specific algebra skills.
In U.S. History and Government Regents, students will study the basic principles of the United States Constitution and United States form of government.
Pre-Geometry 2 is a ½ -year course that is designed to help prepare students for the Geometry Regents Curriculum.
This second year regents course studies the relationship among various geometrical figures and the proofs associated with these figures.
|Accelerated Geometry Regents|
This course has the same curriculum as Geometry Regents but is intended only for accelerated 9th graders.
|Pre-Trigonometry 1||Pre-Trigonometry 1 is a ½ -year course that is designed to help prepare students for the Algebra 2/Trigonometry curriculum.|
|Pre-Trigonometry 2||Pre-Trigonometry 2 is a ½ -year course that is designed to help prepare students for the Algebra 2/Trigonometry curriculum.|
|Algebra 2 / Trigonometry Regents W/Lab||Algebra 2/Trigonometry Regents with lab studies the same curriculum as Algebra 2/Trigonometry but includes fifty percent more classroom time.|
|Algebra 2/Trigonometry||This third year regents course studies trigonometry, functions, rational expressions, quadratics, probability, statistics, logarithms and polynomials.|
|Algebra 2/Trigonometry Prep||Algebra 2/Trigonometry Prep is a course designed to review the major concepts of Algebra 2/Trigonometry to prepare students to retake the Algebra 2/Trigonometry exam in January or June.|
|Elective Math Courses|
Pre-Calculus is designed to provide students with a solid foundation for calculus. This course provides an extensive treatment of the necessary topics from algebra, trigonometry, and analytic geometry.
Honors Pre-Calculus is designed to provide students with a opportunity to study mathematics theory and to study mathematical concepts on a rudimentary level.
|Advanced Placement Calculus|
Calculus AB is primarily concerned with developing the students’ understanding of the concepts of calculus and providing experience with its methods and applications.
|Advanced Placement Statistics|
AP Statistics is a full year course whose purpose is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data.
|Financial Topics 1|
The objective of Financial Topics 1 is to provide students with a solid foundation for the application of high school mathematics in the real world. The focus of the course will be to prepare students for the reality of finances in the real world.
|Financial Topics 2|
The objective of Financial Topics 2 is to continue to provide students with a solid foundation of applications of mathematics in the real world. Topics will include mathematical appreciation, design and engineering mathematics, real estate, retirement planning and building a house.
|Computer Programming 1||Computer Programming 1 is an introduction to the problem solving tools needed to successfully design, write, and debug computer programs using Visual Basic. The goal of this course is to introduce Visual Basic and its wide variety of tools to students.|
|Computer Programming 2||Computer Programming 2 is an introduction to the problem solving tools needed to successfully design, write, and debug computer programs using Visual Basic. The goal of this course is to introduce Visual Basic and its wide variety of tools to students.|
|Sat/Act Prep.||The objective of this course is to gain an understanding of what the SAT is, how to register, how it is interpreted, and how to determine test scores.|