Mathematics has been used throughout history as a tool to advance our society. After high school, our graduates will go on to two and four-year colleges, technical schools, and to work. Therefore, the study of mathematics at the secondary level challenges students to think critically about the world, make informed decisions, and compete nationally and globally with their peers. Our students are making interdisciplinary connections, engaging in discussions about mathematical concepts, and taking part in performance assessments that model mathematics in the world around us.
The mathematics faculty is committed to the success of each student at ASRHS. In order to meet graduation requirements, students at ASRHS are required to successfully complete four years of mathematics at the high school level. All students will take a series of 3 integrated mathematics classes (Integrated Math I, II, and III), which combine algebra and geometry skills, as well as at least one advanced mathematics course. By graduation, students will have the opportunity, and are encouraged, to take one or more Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics courses: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, and Statistics. Please see the Program of Studies for more information about the mathematics department and current course offerings.