The Cherokee County Secondary Mathematics curriculum reflects national mathematics goals, Georgia Department of Education’s Performance Standards and Cherokee County’s Student Performance Standards. The study of mathematics in Cherokee County is approached from the fundamental view that mathematics is a dynamic discipline. The mathematics program consists of problem-solving, communication, reasoning and making connections. It includes the study of numbers and operations, algebra, functions, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, probability, discrete mathematics, analysis and calculus. Technology and graphing calculators are an integral component of the mathematics program.
All students are required to take 4 years of high school mathematics courses.
|Courses||GA Milestone Required|
|Advanced Mathematical Decision Making (AMDM)||NO|
|Advanced Placement Calculus ‘AB’||NO|
|Advanced Placement Calculus ‘BC’||NO|
|Advanced Placement Statistics||NO|
|GSE Algebra I||YES|
|GSE Algebra II||NO|
|Honors GSE Algebra II||NO|
|GSE Foundations of Algebra||NO|
|Honors GSE Geometry||YES|
|Honors Accelerated GSE Algebra I/Geometry A||YES|
|Honors Accelerated GSE Algebra II/Geometry B||YES|
|Honors Accelerated Pre-Calculus||NO|
|Mathematics of Finance||NO|