18 credits of mathematics are required, which equates to 3 full years of math courses.
Regular: Algebra 1 → Geometry → Algebra 2 → Functions and Financial Algebra or Pre-Calculus → Calculus Honors or Statistics
Honors / Advanced Placement: Algebra 1 Honors → Geometry Honors → Algebra 2 Honors → Precalculus Honors → AP Calculus AB → AP Calculus BC and/or AP Statistics
My first goal for all Trinity-Pawling students is for them to be comfortable with numbers. The days of being able to avoid numbers are over. I am not saying that every boy will be an engineer or scientist; however, they will all be required to evaluate, think critically about, and make decisions from numbers and/or numerical models.
Dr. Glenn Mandigo,
Math Department Chair