Students
in grades 1 – 6 are introduced to and constantly build on concepts and skills
typically found in an accelerated curriculum which is aligned with Common Core
State Standards. Pearson Publisher is the main learning resource included with
digital access and other options. Additional resources are used to assist
students in reaching competency in each skill. Students begin at the
appropriate grade level within a segment based on previous math coursework.
Each course is strand-based, and students are tracked independently in each of
the strands: Integers, Fractions, Logic and Reasoning, Measurement, Geometry,
and Data / Statistics / Probability. Topics covered in each strand include
addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, number
concepts, equations, word problems, geometry, measurement, probability,
statistics, graphs, functions, logic, and set theory. Hands-on application and
higher order thinking skills are stressed on.

As
students progress through grades 7 – 10, they continue building on Common Core
State Standards. As in grades 1 – 6, additional resources are used in helping
students obtain the skills needed to meet the required international standards,
and prepare them to be confident in algebra, equations, proportional reasoning,
linear functions, inequalities, solving systems of equations and inequalities,
exponents, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions, radicals, coordinate
geometry, lines, planes, angles, deductive reasoning, parallel lines and
planes, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, inequalities for triangles,
similar polygons, circles, loci and area of plane figures. In addition, from
grade 9 students begin working toward gaining the required credit hours for
graduating with an American Diploma.

Grades
11 and 12 are the final years for graduating from the American Diploma Program.
During these years, students cover a wide variety of topics that are designed
to prepare a student for calculus course work, which is taken in the first year
of college. The level and demand on the courses are very high, as well as the
expectations for student achievement. The main topics included in the course
are equations, inequalities, functions and their graphs, polynomial and
rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry and
trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, systems of equations and
inequalities, matrices and determinants, sequences and series, limits,
integrals and its applications and different equations. In addition to the
regular course work, students are prepared for SAT and GAT using test prep
materials.