 Woodbridge Academy Magnet School
 Mathematics

All Academy students are to have completed Algebra I and Geometry prior to their freshman year. Those who have not completed Geometry must complete the district offered course over the summer before the school year begins. All math classes that we offer must be taken here. Math courses taken outside of our school are for enrichment only.
Algebra II, Honors
This course will teach algebraic methods and graphing techniques with a special emphasis on problemsolving. It is a course for students with superior mathematical skills.
Precalculus, DCC (Prerequisite: Algebra II, Honors)
This course covers a wide array of topics used in calculus, including exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry, polar and parametric equations. Students will be prepared to take the Math Level 2 SAT subject test in June.
Statistics, Honors
This course will teach students an understanding of the concepts and techniques of data analysis and probability. Topics will include an introduction to statistics, measures of central tendency, basic concepts of probability, conditional probability, probability distributions, binomial distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, independent and dependent samples, correlation, and regression.
Elective  AP Calculus AB (Prerequisite: Precalculus, DCC)
This course covers functions, limits, continuity, the differential and integral calculus of algebraic, trigonometric, and other transcendental functions. Topics will include some applications such as related rates, maximumminimum problems, areas, and volumes. Students will use graphing calculators as an integral part of the instruction. Students will be prepared to take the AP Calculus AB exam in May.
Elective  AP Statistics
This course will teach students an understanding of the concepts and techniques of data analysis and probability. Topics will include an introduction to statistics, measures of central tendency, basic concepts of probability, conditional probability, probability distributions, binomial distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, independent and dependent samples, correlation, and regression. Students will be prepared to take the AP Statistics exam in May.