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Middle School Math

At Seven Hills, Middle School math is more than memorizing equations and ratios. Our students learn to apply mathematical thinking to everyday life.

Everyday Applications

When students see the practical ways they can use what they learn in math class, they approach it eagerly and diligently, recognizing it as an essential language that helps them understand their world. Our program applies mathematical thinking to everyday life, in carefully structured paths that expand students’ horizons beyond arithmetic, strengthen their problem-solving skills, and launch them into the study of algebra. As they increase their mathematical fluency and discover the richness of mathematical patterns and structures, students also begin to appreciate the intrinsic beauty of numbers and how they relate to and interact with each other.

Accordion

In this course, students may:

  • Strengthen their computation skills with rational numbers.
  • Apply appropriate operations to a variety of problem-solving challenges.
  • Work to ensure that math facts become second nature.

In this course, students may:

  • Master their computation skills with rational numbers.
  • Tackle a variety of problem-solving challenges with their knowledge of mathematic operations.
  • Prepare for the study of algebra.

In this course, students may:

  • Strengthen the concepts they learned in Pre-Algebra 6.
  • Review numerical concepts.
  • Move into studying more abstract ideas.

In this course, students may:

  • Solve equations and represent functions graphically, algebraically, numerically, and verbally.
  • Develop and enhance their awareness of alternative solving methods.
  • Make good decisions for solving methods based on the factors presented in the problems.

In this course, students may:

  • Solve equations and represent functions graphically, algebraically, numerically, and verbally.
  • Develop and enhance their awareness of alternative solving methods.
  • Make good decisions for solving methods based on the factors presented in the problems.

In this course, students may:

  • Use a critical thinking approach to evaluate problems.
  • Continue writing and solving equations and inequalities, and graphing equations.

In this course students may:

  • Develop and enhance their awareness of alternative methods of solution and their ability to make good decisions regarding methods of solution based on the factors presented in the problem.
  • Be introduced to the idea of representing functions in a variety of ways.

In this course, students may:

  • Establish a solid foundation in the fundamentals of Euclidean plane geometry.
  • Investigate the relationships between two- and three-dimensional shapes.
  • Enhance their analytical thinking skills.
  • Communicate the solution process as well as the answer itself.