"Math is Supposed to Make Sense!"
Information and resources for high school mathematics can be found below.
In order to graduate from an Anne Arundel County Public School with a Maryland State Diploma students must:
Earn a minimum of 4 credits in mathematics which must include a credit in:
- Algebra I
- 2 Additional Mathematics Courses from the list below:
- Integrated Topics
- Algebra II*
- Foundations of College Algebra
- Statistical Analysis
- Advanced Placement Statistics
- Advanced Placement Calculus AB
- Advanced Placement Calculus BC
- Calculus III
- IB Math Studies
- IB Mathematics Standard Level 1
- IB Mathematics Standard Level 2
- IB Mathematics Higher Level Math 1
- IB Mathematics Higher Level Math 2
*Students seeking to qualify for admission to Maryland state colleges and universities.
Students are required to take and earn a passing score on the state assessment for mathematics (MCAP).
Students entering 9th grade in 2014 or later are required to take a rigorous math course each of the four years the student is enrolled in high school (Senate Bill 740) and to be enrolled in Algebra II or beyond during senior year for the College Completer.