The main goals of mathematics education are to prepare you to:
- solve problems
- communicate and reason mathematically
- make connections between mathematics and its applications
- become mathematically literate
- appreciate and value mathematics
- make informed decisions as contributors to society
Math 9 (non credit course)
- Year long
- French Immersion
- Honors class available
- PAT (Calculator and No Calculator Section)
- Scientific calculator only (recommend TI-30X IIS)
You only need 10 credits in Math up to a 20 level (grade 11) to meet the minimum high school graduation requirements
Math 10-3 (5 Credits) and 20-3 (5 Credits)
- designed for students who want to learn the mathematics needed to enter most trades or who want to enter the workforce after high school.
You should take the Mathematics -3 stream if you are interested in a trade or wish to enter the workforce after high school.
- For more information https://education.alberta.ca/media/564054/math3_fs.pdf
Math 10C (5 Credits)
- Mathematics 10C is for students who want to take Mathematics -1or Mathematics -2
- Math 10C can be replaced with Scimatics, a yearlongcourse that combines Math 10, Science 10 and Chem 20. Admission is based on a competitive academic average. If you select this class, do not select a math or science class in addition.
Choose Your Stream Carefully.
Math 20-2(5 Credits) and 30-2(5 Credits)
You should take Mathematics -2 (University Entrance Non-Science focus) stream if:
- You want to attend a university, college or a technical institute after high school, but do not need Calculus skills.
- You wish to study programs such as Arts, some Engineering technologies, Medical technologies, Nursing and some Apprenticeship programs.
- The majority of the students should be in this stream.
Math 20-1(5 Credits) and 30-1(5 Credits)
You should take Mathematics -1 (Pre-Calculus) stream if:
- You want to study Math or Science at university, college or a technical institute and go on to a related career that requires advanced Math skills (i.e Engineering, Pre-Med, Mathematics, Sciences).
- This stream is intended for students who wish to go on to take Calculus (Math 31).
Math 31 Calculus (5 Credits)
- prerequisite or co-requisite: Math 30-1
- introduces skills and topics in calculus
- investigates a variety of topics; focuses on the limit of a function and looks at the relationship between differentiation and integration
More information about the curriculum can be found here: