The goal of the Mathematics Department at Trinity-Pawling is to educate students in the fundamental skills necessary for the study of mathematics, the physical and social sciences, and any subject that requires the use of logic, sequential reasoning, abstract thought, and problem solving. Every student must successfully complete three years of study in mathematics. This may be accomplished through one of the course sequences outlined below. In all courses, students are required to use graphing calculators and other computer technology in their study of mathematics.

Graduation Requirements

18 credits of mathematics are required, which equates to 3 full years of math courses.

Course Sequences

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 

Mathematics Courses

Active and Applied

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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

Meet the Mathematics Department

Cody Doyle

Mathematics Teacher

Brian Foster

Athletic Director, Mathematics Teacher

Woo Chan Lee

Mathematics Teacher

Glenn Mandigo

Mathematics Department Chair, Mathematics Teacher

Jim O'Connell

Mathematics Teacher

Tim Smith

Computer Science Teacher, Mathematics Teacher

Jesus Soler

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