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The five-year mathematics curriculum is a comprehensive program, which includes the study of algebras, geometries, topics in discrete mathematics, trigonometry, and functions, culminating with AP Calculus. The sequence of topics has been designed to provide the mathematics required for successful completion of parallel science coursework. Algebra I, the first course, is required prior to grade 9. A full range of electives is provided including Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, AP Statistics, Complex Variables, and Differential Equations. Extensive use of graphing calculators and computers is included throughout the basic sequence of courses.
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The computer science curriculum provides a full four-year sequence for students with aptitude and interest in this field. It includes advanced placement and post-advanced placement courses such as Computer Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, and Supercomputer Applications.
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