**Advanced Mathematics** - Advanced Mathematics is made up of five instructional components: Introduction of
the New Increment, Examples with complete Solutions, Practice of the Increment, Daily Problem Set, and Cumulative Tests. In Advanced Mathematics, topics from algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete
mathematics, and mathematical analysis are interwoven to form a fully integrated text. A rigorous treatment of Euclidean geometry is also presented. Word problems are developed throughout the problem
sets and become progressively more elaborate. With this practice, students will be able to solve challenging problems such as rate problems and work problems involving abstract quantities. The
graphing calculator is used to graph functions and perform data analysis. Conceptually-oriented problems that prepare students for college entrance exams (such as the ACT and SAT) are included in the
problem sets.

Advanced Mathematics includes such topics as:

- permutations and combinations
- trigonometric identities
- inverse trigonometric functions
- conic sections
- graphs of sinusoids
- rectangular and polar representation of complex numbers
- De Moivre's theorem
- matrices and determinants
- the binomial theorem
- the rational roots theorem

Sr. English - Resources Online - Senior English has a many aspects of writing involved. Senior English is progressively organized so that each quarter builds upon the others. It is based on these components: Examine and read different modes of discourse (description, narration, comparison) and rhetorical strategies (ethos, logos, pathos) Analyze different methods, styles and genres including the effectiveness of arguments Apply these methods by writing narratives, short stories and a research paper Senior English has a many aspects of writing involved. The student will be required to write analytically and creatively. They write based on research and their own experiences following the examples of some great writers like Maya Angelou and Martin Luther King.

Physics - This text is for students of introductory physics, this text offers an overview of the discipline which focuses on concepts and critical thinking rather than number crunching. It presents physics in a straightforward language, using analogies and mental imagery based on real life situations. Mathematical formulae and calculations appear as a footnote on the page as a reference aid, and to help students see the connections between maths and science.

- Introduction of the New Increment
- Examples With Complete Solutions
- Daily Problem Set
- and Cumulative Tests.

*Calculus* includes such topics as:

review of functions, review of trigonometry, limits, graphing calculators, derivatives, integrals, optimization problems, techniques of integration, polar functions, area between two curves, inverse functions, motion analysis, applications of integrals, and solids of revolution.