As in Science, Math students study numbers, patterns and spaces to discover the wonder and place they have in God’s world. Students learn math not merely to find correct answers, but to appreciate the explorations and discoveries of others, develop the ability to use numbers honestly and accurately, and make sense of the human experience. Beginning in grade 10, students choose from a variety of Math tracks, based on their ability and vocational interests. All students are required to take a Math 11 course for graduation. We have traditionally offered the following courses: Math 10 Foundations and Pre-Calculus, Math 10 and 11 Apprenticeship and Workplace, Math 11 and 12 Pre-Calculus. Alternate, approved Math courses are taken by some students online, as necessary, with or without support.