Seton High School’s Mathematics department offers a challenging sequence of courses that meet the needs of students with varying talents, abilities and interests.
Technology is integrated into the mathematics curriculum. Students effectively use their tablet PCs to enhance their learning with programs such as Math XL, Desmos, Geogebra and the TI-Nspire CX along with Google Classroom and shared OneNote notebooks to enhance student learning of mathematical skills and internalization of mathematical concepts.
Students who have taken Algebra 1 in their 7th or 8th grade year and who have scored Proficient on the Algebra 1 AIR test may earn early high school credit for Algebra 1. See the curriculum guide for more information.
The state of Ohio requires every student to earn 4 units of mathematics in high school. In addition to Algebra I and II and Geometry, the following elective courses are available for students to tailor their learning and earn an additional unit in mathematics for each course.
Seton High School’s mathematics department offers three Advanced Placement mathematics courses as additional options for highly motivated students wishing to pursue future studies in STEM related fields. See the curriculum guide for course descriptions and program requirements.
Students have the opportunity to sign up for early college credit enrollment with Mount St. Joseph University. If a student earns an average of 75% or above for the year in AB Calculus or BC Calculus, the student will earn four credit hours for the course MTH 191 or MTH 192 respectively at Mount St. Joseph University. Students will be asked to sign up for the early college credit enrollment during the first three weeks of school. The cost is $200 per course.