Students applying to the program are able to work confidently with abstract representations of fundamental mathematical concepts. They work effectively with whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and their equivalents. These students are developing mathematical reasoning processes and analytical techniques in order to solve more complex problems, and they may be able to use a more efficient solution strategy if one is available.
|Year||Seventh-Grade Students Sequence of Courses at Regina||Eighth-Grade Students Sequence of Courses at Regina|
|2018-2019||During 7th Grade: Honors Algebra I||During 8th Grade: Honors Algebra I|
|2019-2020||During 8th Grade: Honors Geometry||Freshman Year: Honors Algebra 2/ Trigonometry|
|2020-2021||Freshman Year: Honors Algebra 2/ Trigonometry||Sophomore Year: Honors Geometry|
|2021-2022||Sophomore Year: Honors PreCalculus||Junior Year: Honors PreCalculus|
|2022-2023||Junior Year: AP Calculus AB||Senior Year: AP Calculus AB|
|2023-2024||Senior Year: AP Calculus BC|
Sixth and seventh-grade students who meet the following requirements may apply:
- Score in the 90th percentile or above on the standardized Mathematics test administered in their school.
- Complete the application process.
- Receive the recommendation of their current grammar school/junior high mathematics teacher.
- Demonstrate mastery on the Proficiency Exam of PreAlgebra skills administered during March 2018.
The Accelerated Math Application must be submitted through your current Mathematics teacher.
Tuition for this course will be $1,000 and an iPad will be required. Class meets Monday-Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at Regina Dominican.
Students who have successfully completed coursework in the Accelerated Mathematics program will receive an official transcript and course credit from Regina Dominican. Should a student enroll at another high school, acceptance of the credit is at the discretion of the institution.
For more information contact Mary Schanel Stenson at email@example.com.