Algebra 2 is the continuation of algebra. We will explore the topics of functions, systems of equations, complex numbers, conic sections, polynomials, radicals, trigonometry (unit circle), logarithms, and sequence/series. We will utilize graphing calculators as well as Desmos. Prepare for an exciting, but challenging year.

- Teacher: Samantha Kable
- Teacher: Kyle Tesch

Algebra is the basic building block of all mathematics. We study mathematics in the abstract sense utilizing variables as unknowns.

- Teacher: Heather Kamba
- Teacher: Kyle Tesch

- Teacher: T. Thorne

- Teacher: Todd Koeller

This course develops an understanding of sources of income, the principals of saving and investing, money management, consumer spending and use of credit. Wisconsin's Math and Personal Finance Literacy standards are highlighted.

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory

This course develops an understanding of sources of income, the principals of saving and investing, money management, consumer spending and use of credit. Wisconsin's Math and Personal Finance Literacy standards are highlighted.

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory
- Teacher: Anna Krueger

This course develops an understanding of sources of income, the principals of saving and investing, money management, consumer spending and use of credit. Wisconsin's Math and Personal Finance Literacy standards are highlighted.

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory
- Teacher: Gary Henschel
- Teacher: Anna Krueger

Geometry is the study of mathematics dealing with points, lines, planes, and solids. We study postulates and theorems and utilize them to prove valid conclusions. During the course, we also research geometric constructions and real-life applications.

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory
- Teacher: Gary Henschel
- Teacher: Samantha Kable
- Teacher: Heather Kamba
- Teacher: Anna Krueger

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory
- Teacher: T. Thorne

This course is designed for those students who will be continuing their education with post-high school studies. Topics include statistical descriptions, sampling, distributions and inferences, as well as, the rules of probability and the expectations and decisions derived from them.

- Teacher: Mrs. Gregory
- Teacher: Todd Koeller