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    Geometry H

    Algebra II, H

    Precalculus H

    AP Calculus BC

    Geometry w/ Proofs CP

    Algebra II with A.R, CP

    Precalculus CP 

    AP Calculus AB

    Algebra & Geometry CP

    Algebra II CP

    Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry CP

    Calculus H


    AP Statistics

    Intro to Calculus CP


    Statistics & Financial Management CP


    AP Statistics

    The Mathematics Department at Norwell High School believes that all mathematically proficient students should develop an expertise in the following “Standards for Mathematical Practice.”

    - Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

    - Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

    - Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

    - Model with Mathematics.

    - Use appropriate tools strategically.

    - Attend to precision.

    - Look for and make use of structure.

    - Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

    In addition to these standards, we expect that all students should aim to be active and engaged learners. This type of learner comes to class every day prepared and ready to learn, participates in class, asks questions that clarify and further their comprehension of presented material, completes all class assignments, especially nightly homework, reviews on a regular basis, and responsibly makes up missed classwork.

    Students enrolled in AP or Honors mathematics classes are expected to meet all of these standards in a fast-paced, challenging academic environment. These students should be highly capable and motivated students who possess disciplined work habits, independent study skills, and a mastery of prior math knowledge. In advanced mathematics classes students must be able to engage in challenging classwork and assessments, and are required to solve and analyze problems in a variety of ways and to communicate their reasoning numerically, analytically, and graphically.

    The graphing calculator is required for all mathematics courses. Scholarships are available. Requests should be made to either math teachers, guidance counselors, or administrators.

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