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Online High School Math Curriculum

Online High School Math Curriculum

Math curriculum is meant to teach students the skills and knowledge required for college and for their career. Some of the concepts that students get to learn are logical reasoning and how things work.

This page gives you the necessary information on the topics to expect from Let’s Read English’s math curriculum. You’ll also get to know the goals and objects of this course. This course will be of benefit to you whether you are looking for online school math curriculum or summer math classes.

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What Math Classes Do You Take in High School?

At Let’s Read English, we recommend that high schoolers should take as many math classes as possible. It will give them an edge over other students sooner or later in college and when they start working.

We suggest that your child should try and take at least three math courses. At high school level. Some of the math courses to consider are:

High School Algebra I Curriculum

This course is usually taken by 9th graders. It begins by introducing students to quadratic function and modeling, equations and expressions, descriptive statistics, linear and exponential relationships, and reasoning with equations.

It helps students to consolidate what they learned in middle grades. We provide tools like embedded calculators and digital notebook. Also, our students have the liberty to watch our video instructions as many times as they want.

You can find out more about our high school Algebra I curriculum.

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You can find out more about our high school Algebra I curriculum.

High School Geometry Curriculum

Geometry is typically taken in the 10th grade and it consists of topics like geometric constructions, triangle congruency, prove of theorems, and properties of figures, and making conjectures. To make learning easy for students, Let’s Read English makes use of simulations, animations, diagrams, charts, and graphics.

We assess students’ understanding by making them perform constructions, apply probability to their decisions, and write proofs.


Find out more about the high school geometry curriculum.

High School Algebra II Curriculum

This is a 2-semester course that teaches students how to apply algebraic concepts to real-world problems. It consists of topics like periodic phenomena, polynomials, and functions. We also teach them how to collect and analyze data.

Our program supports students with different learning styles, and that’s why the course includes the use of calculators, searchable glossary, and audio readers.  

Asian school kids

You can find out more about the high school Algebra II curriculum.

High School Precalculus Curriculum

Precalculus is a great entry point of advanced calculus. It is an intermediate stage. Without precalculus, it will be difficult for students to learn calculus directly. Precalculus consists of topics like inequalities, linear equations, and systems. After that, the course will go deeper into logarithmic functions, exponential functions, rational functions, and polynomials.

We’ll also touch on probability and statistics. The course requires interactive lessons and hands-on projects. That’s exactly what Let’s Read English offers.


You can find out more information about the high school precalculus curriculum.

High School Trigonometry Curriculum

For this course, students need their algebra and geometry skills. They’ll get to learn about the unit circle, circular geometry, radian measures, and angles. Our students will also learn trigonometric graphs. Due to the difficulty level of the course, on-screen teachers will simplify the concepts for students in a step-by-step manner.

A high school teacher teaching ESL students mathematical concepts on a green chalkboard as part of the math curriculum

Find out more information about the high school trigonometry curriculum.

  • Number, type, and name of every activity
  • Chapter number and objectives
  • There are printable worksheets and answer keys
  • Lesson titles and lesson objectives

High School Math Electives

We support the high school math courses with some electives. The electives will help to improve students’ math skills further. At Let’s Read English, we suggest the electives to our students. They’ll have an edge over other high schoolers. We recommend these two electives.

Why Choose Let’s Read English’s High School Math Curriculum?

Let’s Read English’s curriculum meets the state standards. Also, our program is flexible and that’s why your child can take it as a full online school curriculum, as an afterschool alternative to tutoring, or for summer study.

Here are some reasons why our math course is popular:

As a Full Curriculum

As a Supplement

  • Students can track their coursework with our assignment calendar.
  • Every lesson is followed by assessments to gauge students’ understanding.
  • The content of our lesson videos is interactive and engaging.
  • On-screen teachers try their best to simplify the concepts.
  • Parents with no math background can understand and teach Let’s Read English’s math course.
  • Challenging activities and real-time feedback are some of the hallmarks of Let’s Read English’s math educational system.
  • Parents can turn our printable reports into transcripts or include it with school portfolios.
  • We cater for students of all learning styles with instructional video, graphs, animated models, and text.
  • Parents can easily monitor their children’s learning with the aid of our detailed reporting tools.
  • The instructional videos are interactive.
  • We offer pretests to assess students’ weaknesses and strengths to be able to determine the best way to teach each student.
  • Your child can follow our lesson sequence or select specific topics of interest.
  • On-screen teachers take the time to emphasize important concepts.
  • Users can subscribe and begin using the material immediately.
  • You’ll have access to all our resources immediately you subscribe.
  • Visual learners will appreciate our on-screen teachers who present learning objectives, math strategies, and concepts.