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High School Math


  • Volume of 3-Dimensional Figures

  • Dilations and Translations

  • Proportional and non-Proportional Dimensional Change

  • Conjectures and Counterexamples

  • Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

  • Equation of a Line

  • Perpindicular Bisectors

  • Similar Triangles

  • Parallel Lines, Perpindicular Lines, Distance, Midpoint

  • Vertical Angles

Algebra 1

  • Distributive Property

  • Trinomial Factors

  • Laws of Exponents

  • Rate of Change of a Linear Factor

  • Systems of Two Linear Equations with Two Variables

  • Exponential Functions

  • Linear Transformations of Parabolas

  • Graph the Solution Set of Linear Inequalities

  • Domain and Range of Linear Equations

  • Quadratic Formula

Algebra 2

  • Exponential Equations and Logarithms

  • Inverse Functions

  • Gaussian Elimination Method

  • Solve Absolute Value Linear Equations

  • Factoring the Sum and Difference of Two Cubes

  • Equation of a Parabola including the Vertex

  • Solve Rational Equations that have Real Solutions

  • Predict if a Set of Data is Linear, Quadratic or Exponential

  • Solving Square Root Equations

  • Dividing (Simplifying) Polynomials by Factoring

High School Science


  • Viruses

  • Homeostasis

  • Cells and the Cell Cycle

  • Evolution

  • DNA Components

  • Natural Selection

  • Biological Kingdoms

  • Biomolecules

  • Regulated Body Functions

  • Interdependence in Environments


  • Classifying Matter

  • Properties of Chemical Families

  • Arrangement of Electrons in Elements

  • Polyatomic Ions and Ionic Compounds

  • Electron Dot Structures

  • Atomic Mass, Moles and Avogadro’s Number

  • The Law of Conservation of Mass

  • Ideal Gas Law

  • Enthalpy

  • Types of Solutions


  • Force: Free Body Diagrams

  • Graphs of Distance, Acceleration and Velocity

  • Gravitational Force between Objects

  • Series and Parallel Currents and Circuits

  • Work Energy Theorem

  • Kinetic and Potential Energy

  • Types of Motion

  • Laws of Conservation of Energy

  • Behavior of Waves

  • Photoelectric Effect: Photons/Watts

High School ELAR

Coming in the Fall

High School Social Studies

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