Creates the foundation of Algebra including topics of solving equations and inequalities, introduction to functions, graphing, and operations with polynomials and introduction to exponents and radicals.
Algebra II - Regulars & Honors Options
Continues Algebra skills adding the concepts of systems of equations, synthetic division, logarithms. rational exponents and functions. Algebra II at a faster pace with more in-depth test questions.
Geometry - Regulars & Honors Options
Teaches the basic geometry concepts including parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles, polygons, similarity, right triangles, circles, area and volume. Proofs are taught minimally. Teaches the same concepts as Geometry but with a concentration on proofs and more complex problems.
All elements included on the College Algebra CLEP test will be included in instruction. CLEP exams are completed on a college campus.
In preparation for Calculus, the course begins with a review of Algebra II skills moving into trigonometry, sequences and series, conics, and matrices.
This course section is an introduction to single variable differential and integral calculus.
Dual-Credit Through John Brown University
HCA is able to offer on-campus dual-credit Calculus for student that meet the college's requirements for admission and receive approval from the high school administration. The course description from JBU's website is as followed:
Mathematics 1123 - Survey of Calculus: An introduction to the concepts of differentiation and integration. An emphasis is placed on applied problems in physical, life, and social sciences. A student may not earn credit in both MTH 1123 and 1134. Meets the Mathematics requirement of the Core Curriculum. Prerequisite: minimum ACT math score of 24, or SAT math score of at least 580, or MTH 1113. 3 credit hours.
An overview of characteristics and processes which allow for life within God's creation.
Chemistry - Regulars & Honors Options
An overview of the atomic and molecular properties and laws which govern the vastness of God's creation. An in-depth overview of the atomic and molecular properties and laws which govern the vastness of God's creation.
Chemistry 2 - AP
Physics - Regulars & Honors Options
Physics is the study of manner and energy; in particular, it is the study of how the motion of particles and energy shape our universe. The focus in this class is on a qualitative understanding of physical principles, with the utilization of basic mathematics to support this goal. Honors Physics is the study of manner and energy; in particular, it is the study of how the motion of particles and energy shape our universe. This is an algebraic approach to understanding the principles of physics, with qualitative understanding supported with algebra II level mathematics.
Anatomy & Physiology
The understanding of the anatomy of the body and how systems work together.
The purpose of this class is to present the Bible as the foundation for a healthy lifestyle. This class will deal with the integration of the physical, mental, social and spiritual dimensions of life.
Environmental Science encompasses all the sciences, along with economics, to better understand how the world works. A variety of projects and labs enhance the learning environment.
Project based survey course of various disciplines within engineering.