GUSD mathematics instruction is based on the California State Standards for Mathematics with an emphasis on the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Elementary School – Students build the foundation for futher math study by developing critical thinking and problem solving skills, and gaining a deep understanding of basic math principals.
Middle School – Students learn how math is connected to everyday life by collecting, analyzing, and understanding numbers in a variety of ways. Begining in 7th grade, students have an opportunity to take the typical grade level math progression or an accelerated math pathway.
High School – Students learn higherlevel math skills to prepare for college, career, and life. In high school, students have an opportunity to take the typical grade level math progression or choose from multiple accelerated math pathways.
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Elementary Math Standards
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Secondary Math Standards
Begining in 7^{th} grade, students have an opportunity to take the typical gradelevel math progression or an accelerated math pathway.
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After 6^{th} grade, students can qualify to take a Math 7/8 Accelerated course. Students who do not qualify in 6^{th} grade, can have an opportunity to accelerate in a summer class called “Summer Bridge A” between 7^{th} and 8^{th} grade. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
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Students who successfully complete the Math 7/8 Accelerated course in 7^{th} grade or the Summer Bridge A course between 7^{th} and 8^{th} grade can qualify for the Accelerated Math 8B/ Integrated I course. This is a high school level course taken in middle school. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
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Integrated Math I is the first course of a threecourse sequence. It is typically taught in 9^{th} grade or in 8^{th} grade for students taking an accelerated math pathway. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
Integrated I is required for graduation from a GUSD high school.
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Integrated Math II is the second course of a threecourse sequence. It is typically taught in 10^{th} grade or in 9^{th} grade for students taking an accelerated math pathway. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
Integrated II is required for graduation from a GUSD high school.
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Integrated Math III is the third and final course of the Integrated Math sequence. It is typically taught in 11^{th} grade. In lieu of Integrated III, some students opt to take a more statistical route with Introductions to Data Science. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
Integrated III is not required for graduation.
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Introduction to Data Science (IDS) is typically taught in 11^{th} grade for studnets who prefer to take a more statistical approach to math instruction. Students may opt to take IDS in leiu of Integrated Mathematics III. IDS could lead to Financial Literacy Statistics or AP Statistics. Learn more about accelerated math pathways.
IDS is not required for high school graduation.
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Check out our high school course catalogue to learn more about these advanced math opportunities! Learn more about accelerated math pathways.