High School Math Curriculum

In the Edmonds School District we are guided by the belief that students’ ability to apply math concepts and skills are fundamental to our students’ success in the future. Our goal is to have all students achieving high levels of math understanding. Students achieve when they have access to well-articulated, deliberately-aligned common standards that are taught with best instructional practices in classrooms that are both caring and rigorous.

Our high school mathematics programs offer a variety of courses for students to prepare them for a variety of pathways they may choose after graduation.

District Math Flow Chart
Select the chart above to view an outline version.

Helpful Resources: -  an article about College Entrance Requirements from a few Colleges.  - a website provided by the publisher of the Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 textbooks. The website has tutorials, videos, games, practice assessments specific sections in the book.
 – an online library with teaching videos and resources for a variety of subjects. Users can search for any topic of interest.  - resources include Ask Dr. Math, Internet Math Library, and mathpuzzles
 – resources include online tutoring and lessons 


Course Options:



Material &Publisher

Algebra 1

Algebra 1,McDougal Littell


Geometry,McDougal Littell

Algebra 2

Algebra 2,McDougal Littell

College Transition Math

Intermediate Algebra - Functions & Authentic Applications,Pearson/Prentice Hall


Pre-Calculus -Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic,Pearson/Prentice Hall

Calculusincluding AP

Calculus - Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, Pearson/Prentice Hall

AP Statistics

The Practice of Statistics,Freeman

IB Calculus


Mathematics for the International Student,only at Edmonds-Woodway in their IB program.



For more information about High School Mathematics Curriculum, please contact Kim Hunter,Secondary Math Coordinator, (425) 431-7149.

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