Mathematics for All
All students can learn mathematics, and they deserve the opportunity to do so.
Calvert County Public Schools Mathematics curriculum is based on the Maryland College and Career Readiness Standards, Core Learning Goals and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
Our goal is that all students:
- Learn to value mathematics
- Become confident in their ability to do mathematics
- Become mathematical problem solvers
- Learn to communicate mathematically
- Learn to reason mathematically
Calvert County Public Schools mathematics curriculum is the foundation for instructional practice within our mathematics classrooms. We recognize that “mathematics is more than a collection of concepts and skills to be mastered; it includes methods of investigating and reasoning, means of communication, and notions of context.”(NCTM pg 5) Doing mathematics is a journey and a cycle, not just an application of a computational procedure to find an answer.
It is our goal to build the students’ conceptual understanding and ability to apply mathematics along with their procedural knowledge. Students who understand why a mathematical procedure works are far more apt to use their knowledge and understanding to problem-solve with less familiar tasks. Students need to interpret and construct knowledge, rather than just absorb it; that is why mathematics at all levels must foster active student involvement.
Honors Math 6
Accelerated Math 7/8
Accelerated Math 8/Algebra I
High School Math
Academic Pre-Calculus w/Trigonometry
Accelerated Algebra II/Pre-Calculus
Advanced Placement Calculus I
Advanced Placement Calculus II
Advanced Placement Statistics
Honors Algebra II
Honors Pre-Calculus w/Trigonometry