All School Curriculum (PK-12 & PG)

- Develop number sense, spatial sense, and sense of time by following daily schedules
- Participate in calendar activities and multi-modal activities including play
- Identify, extend, and create patterns
- Sort, classify and compare objects by one attribute, similarities or differences
- Measure with non-standard units
- Begin to use positional words in conversation and play (e.g. behind, between, etc.)
- Use blocks as non-standard units of measurement to measure lengths (carpet, tables, etc.)
- Count to 10 and identify numerals 0-10
- Accurately determine how many objects are in a group of 5 or less
- Begin writing scribbles/forms for numbers

- Demonstrate knowledge of number names, one-to-one correspondence, sequencing while counting and the relationships among written numerals
- Use objects to understand addition - putting together and adding to
- Use objects to understand subtraction - taking apart and taking from
- Sort and classify objects according to their attributes, then compare groups using comparison vocabulary
- Measure, compare, order and describe objects by a measurable attribute
- Match, identify, describe and combine two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes

- Explore numbers, counting (including skip-counting) and place value in numbers to 100
- Develop skills in identification and comparison of patterns, measurement, data collection and analysis
- Learn coin identification
- Build an understanding of part to whole relationships and learn to use (+, -, and =) symbols
- Identify, describe and sort two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes
- Solve story problems using pictures, symbols and manipulatives

- Understand numbers and place value in base 10
- Perform basic static addition and subtraction
- Identify, compose and distinguish between defining attributes of two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes
- Identify geometric solids
- Solve word problems that require the use of basic addition and subtraction
- Collect, classify and interpret data based on given attributes
- Understand length, linear units and measuring with standard units and inches
- Construct, describe and extend repeating patterns or number sequences
- Identify the unit or rule of a repeating pattern or number sequence
- Tell time to the hour and half hour using analog and digital clocks
- Understand the concept of written fractions and illustrated fractions
- Identify and count US coins and dollars

- Use US standard and metric to acquire a deeper knowledge of number composition
- Identify two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes and their attributes
- Sort, classify and represent data using graphs
- Understand place value up to 1,000 and recognize relationships between numbers
- Solve addition and subtraction problems using multiple strategies
- Understand that multiplication is repeated addition
- Understand basic fractions as parts and wholes
- Read digital and analog clocks and solve elapsed time problems
- Count coins accurately and make change from $1.00
- Solve mathematical problems and explain strategies used

- Understand place value up to 10,000
- Add and subtract with appropriate fluency
- Understand the meaning of multiplication and division
- Work on fluency with multiplication facts
- Understand fractions and decimals as part of a whole
- Compare and order fractions as well as identify equivalent fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions
- Use tables and graphs to describe and display categorical and quantitative data
- Describe changes in data
- Build on two-dimensional and three-dimensional geometry vocabulary by learning about angles (right, obtuse, acute), lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting) and specific shapes (polyhedral, prisms, pyramids and non-polyhedral)
- Develop an understanding of area, perimeter and volume

- Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve problems
- Demonstrate fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts
- Gain familiarity with factors and multiples
- Generate and analyze patterns
- Understand place value for multi-digit whole numbers
- Perform multi-digit arithmetic
- Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering
- Add and subtract fractions with like denominators
- Understand decimal notation for fractions
- Represent and interpret data
- Understand concepts of angles and measure angles
- Draw and identify lines and angles and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles
- Connect and apply math to everyday situations
- Solve multi-step word problems
- Explain thinking during oral and written problem-solving activities

- Write and interpret numerical expressions
- Analyze patterns and relationships
- Understand the place value system
- Perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers and with decimals to hundredths
- Identify and represent fractions
- Find equivalent fractions
- Understand and convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa
- Represent and compare decimals
- Convert between fractions, decimals and percents
- Convert like measurement units within a given measurement system
- Represent and interpret data
- Describe and predict the likelihood of events and compare theoretical probabilities with actual outcomes of many trials to develop an understanding of probability
- Understand concepts of volume and relate volume to multiplication and addition
- Find the measure of angles of polygons
- Determine the volume of three-dimensional shapes
- Work with area and perimeter
- Examine the characteristics of polygons
- Make sense of problems, persevere in solving them and explain (orally and in writing) problem-solving strategies used
- Reason abstractly, quantitatively and creatively
- Use appropriate tools strategically
- Attend to precision

- Strengthen problem-solving, order of operations and operations on fractions
- Prepare for Pre-Algebra: operations on integers, solving equations and writing function table
- Instill organizational and study skills for success in math

Pre-Algebra

- Use appropriate operations and strategies to solve problems
- Solve problems using proportional relationships
- Investigate the geometry and measurement of two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures
- Analyze and represent linear and nonlinear functions
- Solve linear equations
- Use statistical procedures and probability to analyze data and make predictions

Introduction to Algebra

- Manipulate integers and perform operations on rational numbers
- Write and simplify algebraic expressions
- Write, graph and solve linear equations
- Solve and graph absolute value equations and inequalities
- Solve and graph systems of inequalities
- Perform operations on monomials, binomials, trinomials and polynomials
- Solve quadratic equations and graph simple quadratic functions

Algebra 1

**Algebra I**

**Geometry**

**Geometry Honors**

**Algebra II**

**Algebra II Honors**

**Algebra B**
**Algebra C**

**College Algebra**

**Pre-Calculus**

**Pre-Calculus Honors**

**Applied Differential Calculus**

**AP Calculus AB**

**AP Calculus BC with Multivariable Calculus**
**Probability & Statistics**

**Finances and Efficiency**

**Computer Science Principles**

**AP Computer Science Principles**

**Engineering I**

**Engineering II**

- Solve simple and complex linear equations
- Write, solve and graph simple, complex and compound inequalities
- Graph and write linear functions in a variety of forms given another representation
- Solve systems of linear equations using a variety of methods
- Solve exponential functions and write sequences as functions
- Solve polynomial equations using factoring
- Graph and solve quadratic equations by using a variety of methods
- Graph root functions and solving radical equations
- Create and analyze data displays

- Study the classical topics of Algebra I: Linear functions and inequalities, linear systems, absolute value equations, exponents, exponential functions, factoring, quadratic equations, quadratic functions, radical functions, rational equations and probability and statistics

- Explore traditional and formal Euclidean geometry
- Develop the deductive geometric proof
- Solve algebraic problems dealing with geometric relationships and coordinate geometry
- Topics include basic geometric relationships with lines, segments, planes and angles
- Study other topics are transformations, congruent triangles, relationships within triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, similarity, right triangles, triangle trigonometry, circle, area and volume

- Expand on topics from the regular Geometry course
- Emphasis on theory and coordinate geometry
- Collaboration between students on projects, work in groups, and use the Cabri 2 Plus Geometry computer program

- Study more advanced topics in algebra, including a review of linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations and inequalities, linear, quadratic, polynomial, inverse, radical, rational, exponential, and logarithmic equations and functions, conic sections, sequences and series, an introduction to statistics/probability and trigonometry

- Continue the curriculum from Algebra II with a stronger connection leading towards Pre-Calculus Honors
- Review linear functions before other topics are taught in greater depth and at a faster pace

- Intended for students who would need more time and explanation to master Algebra II concepts
- Study the equivalent to two-thirds of the material covered in Algebra II

- Complete the Algebra II credit for students who took Algebra B the previous year

- Explore concepts which include a deeper study of exponential and logarithmic functions
- Develop an understanding of transformations, domains and algorithms
- Study trigonometric functions and conic sections

- Review topics from Algebra II, concentrating on parent functions and their transformations
- Strengthen students' study of conics, polynomial functions, rational functions and trigonometric functions
- Introduced to vectors, matrices, and polar coordinates

- Emphasis placed on algorithms, applications, and theory
- Aligned with the concepts of Pre-Calculus, except there is an in-depth study of vectors, polar coordinates and functions, matrices, sequences and series

- Expanded course for the student who would like to learn the basics of calculus
- Explore concepts of limits and the derivatives of polynomial, rational, algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions and various applications using those concepts and functions
- Investigate basic integration techniques

- Expand understanding of functions as applied to the concepts of limits, derivatives, and integrals
- Study theory and applications of derivatives and integrals, limits, definite integral and applications of the derivative and the integral

- Introduction to sequences and series and their manipulations plus parametric and polar equation systems including derivative and integral applications
- Develop an understanding of three-dimensional vectors, geometric analysis, multi-variable derivation and multiple integration

- Learn the descriptive and basic inferential statistics and the fundamental concepts of probability and probability distributions

- Provide students a basic understanding of personal finances and business efficiency by learning the math at the core of both
- Topics include:
- Banking: savings, checking, credit cards, taxes
- Financing: loans & interest, home loans, auto loans, insurance
- Investing: bonds, stocks, mutual funds, risk & diversification, inflation
- Business Efficiency: urban services, management science, and planning & scheduling

- Introduction to the fundamental concepts of computer science and challenges
- Explore how computing and technology can impact the world
- Develop creative problem solving skills, analyze real-world applications, and utilize peer instruction
- Emphasis on the major themes of computer science include: Abstraction, Creativity, Algorithms, Data and Information, Internet, Programming, and Social and Global Impact

- Introduction to the fundamental concepts of computer science and challenge students to explore how computing and technology can impact the world
- Emphasis on the major themes of computer science include: Abstraction, Creativity, Algorithms, Data and Information, Internet, Programming, Social and Global Impact

- Introduce students to the world of engineering through robotics
- Learn applied physics and how to use 3D CAD software through designing an elite robot
- Explore engineering careers by investigating and/or visiting colleges, engineering professionals and facilities that benefit from engineering

- Continue the study of engineering through hands-on based projects, while keeping a daily journal of activities
- Complete projects such as TI-84 programming, model bridges, simple machines, an in-house FIRST Lego Mindstorm competition, and/or the AWT Robobots competition

Located In Willoughby, OH, Andrews Osborne Academy is a Private Co-ed Day & Boarding College Preparatory School For Grades PK - 12, PG. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.