High School Math is a student-centric subject which is driven by the level of Math the student has completed at other schools (if entering the "I AM" School from another school), or the levels explored by a student in previous years. For example if a student shows aptitude and attitude to progress beyond their age level year, all efforts are made to accelerate that student. Likewise if a student is focusing more predominantly on other subjects, and the student and parents do not wish to pursue the higher math subjects, we utilize more practical application math, such as Business Math in the High School years.

 

In general, a student's Math track in the High School years at the "I AM" School would include: Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus. However, other Math topics, depending on the direction the student is looking to take after High School, include: Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus I & II, and/or Business Math/Finance. AP Math subjects are also taught for students requiring, or wanting to complete them for college aspirations.

The "I AM" School requires a student to complete a minimum of three years of High School Math in order to graduate.

Geometry

This course is designed to provide high school level coverage for seven areas of high school English: literature, composition, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, poetry, and outside reading. As well as a comprehensive course in history.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

Algebra I & II

The word identity comes from the Latin word “essentitas” meaning being. Identity is the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is definitively recognizable or known. The distinct personality of an individual, their individuality.
Identity is who your are- your likes and dislikes, your personality, your attitude, your feelings, your appearance and so much more.

 

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

Trigonometry

The word fundamental(s) comes from the Late Latin word fundamentalisum, 1443, meaning “primary, original, pertaining to a foundation”; also from the Latin word fundamentum, meaning “foundation.” Religious senses of fundamentalist (1920) and

 

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

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Business Math / Finance

This is a self-improvement course. Students learn things that will improve them physically,
mentally, and emotionally. We focus on what great people they really are, and students learn how to build on those things
and how to wipe out weaknesses.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

Pre-Calculus

This is a self-improvement course. Students learn things that will improve them physically,
mentally, and emotionally. We focus on what great people they really are, and students learn how to build on those things
and how to wipe out weaknesses.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

Calculus I & II

This is a self-improvement course. Students learn things that will improve them physically,
mentally, and emotionally. We focus on what great people they really are, and students learn how to build on those things
and how to wipe out weaknesses.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

Statistics

This is a self-improvement course. Students learn things that will improve them physically,
mentally, and emotionally. We focus on what great people they really are, and students learn how to build on those things
and how to wipe out weaknesses.

Sources

World History Textbook, Various Novels, Short Stories, handouts, SAT Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension


Methods and Activities


1. Teacher presentation

2. Writing Assignments

3. Reading Assignments

4. Workbook activities

5. Oral and written reports
6. Individual and/or group projects

7. Quizzes and tests

8. Field trips

9. Video presentations

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

"I AM" School, Inc.

118 Siskiyou Avenue

Mount Shasta, CA 96067

Phone. (530)926-6263

Email. office.iamschool@gmail.com

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