The CRLS Mathematics Department offers a wide range of courses for students of different abilities and interests from Algebra I through our Honors and Advanced Placement Calculus courses, Statistics and Computer Science classes. We also offer a variety of electives including Applied Mathematics, Money & Power: Financial Literacy , Trigonometry & Statistics, and Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

The Math Department curriculum is aligned with the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework Incorporating the Common Core Standards for Mathematics. Several years ago CRLS adopted the State of Massachusetts' recommendation that students be required to take and pass four years of mathematics during high school including taking at least one class in their senior year.

Course # | Designation | Title |
Credits | |
---|---|---|---|---|

M101A | Algebra I A | 10 | Details | |

M101B | Algebra I B | 10 | Details | |

M111 | HN | Algebra 1 | 10.0 | Details |

M121A | Geometry A | 10 | Details | |

M121B | Geometry B | 10 | Details | |

M122 | HN | Geometry | 10.0 | Details |

M201 | Algebra 2 | 10 | Details | |

M211 | HN | Algebra 2 | 10 | Details |

M311 | HN Opt | Statistics & Trigonometry | 10.0 | Details |

M410 | None | Pre-Calculus with Quantitative Reasoning | Details | |

M411 | HN | Pre-Calculus | 10.0 | Details |

M414 | Honors Earned | Applied Mathematics | 10 | Details |

M415 | Honors Earned | Introduction to Computer Science | 10 | Details |

M416 | AP | Computer Science A | 10 | Details |

M419 | Math Is What You Make It: Math for Teaching and Social Change | 10.0 | Details | |

M420 | HN | Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence | 10.0 | Details |

M425 | HN | Calculus | 10 | Details |

M435 | Money & Power - Financial Literacy | 10 | Details | |

M445 | HN | Multivariable Calculus | 10.0 | Details |

M501 | AP | Calculus AB | 20 | Details |

M502 | AP | Calculus BC | 20.0 | Details |

M510 | AP | Statistics | 10 | Details |

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