Mathematics: 20 credits in grades 9-12
- 10 in Algebra 1 or higher, grades 9–12
- 10 additional Math credits, grades 10–12
The math courses offered at Boulder High School provide different levels of instruction to meet the needs of all students including academic support, advanced and AP options. The math classes available are Algebra 1 & 2, Linear Algebra, Geometry. Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus A/B & B/C as well as AP Statistics and Calculus 3. If a higher level of math is needed, there is an option to attend a course at CU-Boulder through the Post-Secondary Enrollment program.
BVSD requires 20 credits in math for graduation, 10 of which must be Algebra 1 or above. Most colleges require that students complete Algebra 2 and expect students to take four years of math. Math offers advanced sections of the following courses: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, and AP Statistics.
The Academic Planning Guide (APG) and the course selection videos on the BHS Academic Planning Website are great resources to use when selecting your courses. This list of courses provides the most up to date course offering information about the course number, course description, requirements, credits, and if the course is NCAA eligible. The Curriculum Essentials Document also provides good information.