Gifted/Talented

Prerequisite – Counselor/Case Manager Approval
0147 – 1/2 Unit – Fall
0148 – 1/2 Unit – Spring

This program provides a range of services and supports for the identified gifted student including independent research, in-depth studies in curricular areas, off-campus study, study skills, and seminars. Students who enroll in this course for achievement of goals in the SEEK curriculum will receive SEEK credit/letter grade. Students who choose to compact a course and complete the compacting within the first quarter may choose to also compact the SEEK semester curriculum in a quarter for a maximum of 1.0 units of credit including the courses that are compacted. Students who enroll in this course to compact two non-SEEK courses will receive letter grades for the compacted courses but they will not receive a SEEK credit/letter grade. Within five days of the start of the quarter students must declare they are compacting for a SEEK semester grade. This course may be repeated for credit.

Algebra 1

Prerequisite – None
2050 – 1 Unit

Students develop knowledge in mathematics through work with linear expressions and equations. Essential topics include interpreting quantities and rates, functions and function notation, rational exponents, quadratic relationships, and using regression techniques to describe relationships between data sets. Application and reasoning are emphasized.

Calculus BC AP

Prerequisite – Precalculus H
2162 AP – 1 Unit

The content of the course includes both differential and integral calculus. Topics covered include: differentiation of algebraic functions, trigonometric functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, anti- differentiation, the definite integral and polar coordinates. Students enrolled in this course may qualify for college credit at JCCC (College Now).

College Algebra/Trig

Prerequisite – Algebra 2 (A grade of “B” or better in Algebra 2 is strongly recommended)
2152 – 1 Unit

Students apply and extend their understanding of trigonometry, logarithmic and exponential functions. Essential topics include matrices, vectors, polar coordinates and equations, properties of trigonometric functions and conics. This course will prepare students for Calculus AB H/AP.