General description of expectations for math courses:
Students taking an online math class should expect to have work assigned on a daily basis (Monday through Friday). Students receive a pacing guide at the beginning of each term that shows them exactly what to complete each day of the semester. All work must be completed by midnight on the date it is listed on the pacing guide.
While taking a minimester math class with our campus, you should plan on spending a minimum of 15 hours per week. Students taking a semester-long math class should plan on spending about 10 hours per week on the class. If you are taking a summer semester course, please plan on spending 20 hours per week.
Frequency of Math Chats:
All instructors will hold at least one chat a week according to the schedule posted in each course. These chats are designed to enhance student mastery of the AKS and to provide an opportunity for remediation, reinforcement, and extension. Students are required to attend these chats or listen to the chat recording within 48 hours.
***Face to Face Requirements:
The only face-to-face requirement for mathematics is the Final Exam and/or End of Course Test at the end of the semester. Select courses also require students to come take a county Interim exam at the midpoint of the term.
We also do reserve the right to have a student come take an assessment in a proctored setting at any point during the semester if the need arises.
Materials Pickup Information:
The following math classes require a textbook, which must be checked out from our campus on our scheduled Materials Pickup time:
- Algebra 2, 2nd semester (Old Curriculum)
- Algebra 2, 2nd semester/Trigonometry, 1st Semester Block Course (only offered fall semester)
- Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry, 1st semester (Old Curriculum)
- Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry, 2nd semester (Old Curriculum)
- Money Management, 1st semester
- Money Management, 2nd semester
- Discrete Mathematics
Anything students need for math classes:
If at all possible, students should have regular access to a calculator while taking our online math classes. Graphing calculators are the ideal choice for most of our courses. Unfortunately, our campus does not have calculators that we can provide to our students, but we do have a graphing calculator you can download for free onto your computer.
Please click here to see a sample online math course syllabus and associated due dates calendar.