Algebra II (Saxon)

Full-year course. Saxon Algebra II offers a substantial review of all topics in Algebra I and then moves on to cover these topics at an advanced level. Major topics include the solving and graphing of linear and quadratic equations, factoring, a variety of types of word problems, solving quadratic equations by completing the square, solving simultaneous equations with fractions and decimals, complex roots of quadratic equations, solving systems of nonlinear equations, graphing and solving a system of inequalities, exponential equations, and review of key geometry, probability and statistics topics.

Prerequisite: Saxon Algebra I. Students from other programs should complete the following: Saxon Placement Test

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Algebra II (Saxon) Information

  • Example Syllabus
  • Class meets twice per week for 50-55 minutes.
  • Class cap: 15 students.
  • Designed for grades 8-11.
  • Students may be awarded 1 Mathematics credit upon completion of this course.

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