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Richmond Hill High School is proud to announce it is officially a school in "Good Standing"! Thank you to the students, faculty, parents, and Richmond Hill community.
INTEGRATED ALGEBRA ME21
This is the first semester of the one year Integrated Algebra course that prepares students to take the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they progress to the next term in the sequence. Students will study algebraic techniques and apply those techniques to problem solving.
INTEGRATED ALGEBRA ME22
This is the second semester of the one year Integrated Algebra course that prepares students to take the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. Students who complete this exam will have fulfilled their Mathematics requirement for a Regents diploma. Students will study second degree equations, graphing linear and quadratic equations, beginning trigonometry concepts, coordinate geometry, and statistics.
INTEGRATED ALGEBRA ME22R
This is a single semester Integrated Algebra course that prepares students to take the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. This course is designed to enhance the skills of students who failed the first and second semesters of the Integrated Algebra course. Students who complete this exam will have fulfilled their Mathematics requirement for a Regents diploma. Students will study second degree equations, graphing linear and quadratic equations, beginning trigonometry concepts, coordinate geometry, and statistics.
INTEGRATED ALGEBRA ME3S
This is a single semester Integrated Algebra course that prepares students to take the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. This course is designed to enhance the skills of students who failed the Integrated Algebra Regents exam. Students who complete this exam will have fulfilled their Mathematics requirement for a Regents diploma. Students will study second degree equations, graphing linear and quadratic equations, beginning trigonometry concepts, coordinate geometry, and statistics.
INTEGRATED GEOMETRY MG41
The first semester of a one year Integrated Geometry course that prepares the students to take the Integrated Geometry Regents. Students will study topics in plane geometry and learn how to write formal geometric proofs.
INTEGRATED GEOMETRY MG42
The second semester of a one year Integrated Geometry course that prepares the students to take the Integrated Geometry Regents. Students will study plane and solid geometry topics and continue writing formal proofs.
INTEGRATED GEOMETRY MG43
This is a single semester of the Integrated Geometry course that prepares the students to take the Integrated Geometry Regents. This course is designed to enhance the skills of students who did not take the Integrated Geometry Regents exam or who have failed the Integrated Geometry Regents exam. Students will study plane and solid geometry topics and continue writing formal proofs.
MATH A - Term 1 of 4 M#A
This course is the first semester of a four term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topic for this course is beginning Algebra. Prerequisite: None
MATH A - Term 2 of 4 M#B
This course is the second semester of a four term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topic for this course is the continuation of Algebraic concepts. Prerequisite: M#A
MATH A - Term 3 of 4 M#C
This course is the third semester of a four term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topic for this course is Geometry with an introduction to Trigonometry.
Prerequisite: M#B
MATH A - Term 4 of 4 M#D
This course is the fourth semester of a four term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. This semester culminates in the MATH A Regents exam. Students who successfully complete this exam will have fulfilled their Mathematics requirement for a Regents diploma. The topics for this course include geometry, transformations, locus, quadratic-linear systems, and probability with an introduction to combinatorics. Prerequisite: M#C
MATH A - Term 1 of 3 M&1
This course is the first semester of a three term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topic for this course is beginning Algebra. Prerequisite: None
MATH A - Term 2 of 3 M&2
This course is the second semester of a three term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topic for this course are the continuation of the study of Algebraic concepts, beginning Geometry and graphing. Prerequisite: M&1
MATH A - Term 3 of 3 M&3
This course is the third semester of a three term sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH A exam. This semester culminates in the Math A Regents exam. Students who successfully complete this exam will have fulfilled their Mathematics requirement for a Regents diploma. The major topics for this course are Geometry, right triangle trigonometry, transformations, locus, quadratic equations, and probability. Prerequisite: M&2.
MATH B - Term 1 of 4 MB41
This course is the first semester of a four-semester sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH B exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. The major topics covered in this course include the study of the Real Number System, operations with Rational expressions, solution of equations and inequalities, Complex Numbers, Basic Trigonometry.
MATH B - Term 2 of 4 MB42
This course is the second semester of a four-semester sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH B exam. Students will be required to pass a uniform final exam before they will be able to progress to the next term in this sequence. A graphing calculator is required for this course. The major topics covered in this course include basic Euclidean Proofs for Geometric situations involving angles, lines, and triangles, and an introduction to the study of functions and the conic sections.
MATH B - Term 3 of 4 MB43
This course is the third semester of a four-semester sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH B exam. The major topics covered in this course include Euclidean Proofs for Geometric situations involving triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles, and Eponential and Logarithminc Functions. A graphing calculator is required for this course.
MATH B - Term 4 of 4 MB44
This course is the third semester of a three-semester sequence of the curriculum that prepares students to take the MATH B exam. This semester culminates in the MATH B exam. The major topics covered in this course include trigonometry, identities, probability, and a study of statistical regression. A graphing calculator is required for this course
MATH MEDIA
This non-Regents course is intended for Seniors who have successfully completed the Math A sequence or MB41and need one more credit to fulfill their minimum Math requirement for Graduation. Only students recommended to this class by their previous Math teacher will be enrolled in this course. Topics covered in this course include equation solving, functions and their graphs, and Real Life Problem Solving. Prerequisite: M#D or MB41.
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Students who successfully complete MB43 or MB44 may be enrolled in this non-Regents course. Students will study data collection, sampling, graphical representation of data, measures of central tendency, standard deviation, normal distribution, probabilities and confidence intervals. Only students recommended for this course will be enrolled. Prerequisite: MB43 or MB44
PRE-CALCULUS MM1PC
This course covers advanced topics in algebra including theory of equations, linear algebra, complex plane, polar coordinates, etc. This course is very important for any student who expects to take mathematics courses in college.
PRE-CALCULUS MM2PC
This course covers advanced topics in algebra including theory of equations, a study of functions, sequences and series, conic sections, trigonometry, beginning calculus topics. This course is given only in the Spring to prepare students for AB calculus.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT CALCULUS -- AB (Double Period) MAX1 - MAX2
A full year of college calculus for students who have completed all of their high school math credits and wish to earn 3 to 8 college credits while still in high school. Some authorities feel that students who do not enter college with a year of calculus and wish to major in math or the sciences are at a disadvantage. Pre-requisite: Pre-Calculus or Assistant Principal’s recommendation.