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Mathematics Department

To be successful in our changing world, students need to adapt to changing conditions, use technology effectively, and acquire skills for processing large amounts of quantitative information. Our mathematics curriculum equips students with an understanding of important mathematical ideas; essential mathematical knowledge and skills; and skills of reasoning, problem solving, and communication.

The development of mathematical knowledge is a gradual process. Our continuous curriculum builds on concepts that help students see the "big pictures" and underlying principles. Our courses offer opportunities to investigate new ideas and concepts, make connections between new learning and prior knowledge, and develop an understanding of the abstract mathematics involved.

By studying mathematics, students learn how to reason logically, think critically, and solve problems - key skills for success in today's workplaces.


Course

Level

Course Code

Grade 9 - Principles of Mathematics

Academic

MPM 1D

Grade 9 - Foundations of Mathematics

Applied

MFM 1P

Grade 9 - Mathematics

Locally Developed

MAT1L

Grade 10 - Principles of Mathematics

Academic

MPM2D

Grade 10 - Foundations of Mathematics

Applied

MFM2P

Grade 10 -Mathematics

Locally Developed

MAT2L

Grade 11 - Functions and Applications

University/College Preparation

MCF3M

Grade 11 - Functions

University Preparation

MCR3U

Grade 11 - Mathematics for Everyday Life

Workplace Preparation

MEL3E

Grade 11 - Foundations for College Mathematics

College Preparation

MBF3C

Grade 12 - Advanced Functions

University Preparation

MHF4U

Grade 12 - Mathematics of Data Management

University Preparation

MDM4U

Grade 12 - Calculus and Vectors

University Preparation

MCV4U

Grade 12 - Foundations for College Mathematics

College Preparation

MAP4C

Grade 12 - Mathematics For College Technology

College Preparation

MCT4CV

Grade 12 - Mathematics For Work and Everyday Life

Workplace Preparation

MEL4E