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Incoming 9th Grade Information

Trying to decide which math class would be the best option for you?

Add to the math placement portion add it to the incoming 9th graders

 

Algebra 2/Trig

 

 

Algebra 2/trig Practice Placement test

Algebra 2/trig Practice Placement test solutions

 

Math Advancement via a Summer School Class

Some students who want to accelerate in math take a class over the summer. If you are taking a math class over the summer at another institution, you must complete the Request for Math Advancement via a Summer Class(This class will NOT be placed on your FHS transcript.) It is important to note you will be required to provide a transcript from the summer school to colleges when you apply.

 

FAQ if you're trying to take a math class over the summer

 

Click here for more math advice for new 9th graders

 

 

Algebra 1 and Geometry Requirements for UC

Algebra I and Geometry are foundational math courses. Without a solid grounding in both courses, students will struggle in all higher level math courses. Further, the University of California system requires Geometry in order for a student to even be eligible to apply to a UC.

 

DECIDING ON A MATH CLASS

Trying to figure out what math class you should take next year?

Read our FAQ handout

 

For information on FHS Math Course Sequence please refer to the Math Course Sequence form

ELD Course Selection Night

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 7pm in the FHS Library

 

Important days for ELD Families

 

 

 

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