In the Waldorf high school the four-year core curriculum in mathematics develops aptitude for logical, abstract thinking in a creative, challenging, and comprehensive manner. The study of mathematics provides the conceptual, computational and practical skills needed for the study of other disciplines, for success in college mathematics and science, and for the practical skills needed in life.

The Waldorf math program is designed to meet students according to their individual aptitudes, thereby accommodating a wide range of students from the most gifted and advanced to those with remedial needs.

Students are tracked in math according to ability and maturity. The grade level in which most students take a course is shown in parenthesis

Mathematics Courses

  • Algebra 1 (9th Grade)
  • Geometry (9th or 10th Grades)
  • Permutations, Combinations, and Probability (9th Grade)
  • Algebra 2 (9th, 10th, or 11th Grades)
  • Principles of Trigonometry & Their Applications (10th Grade)
  • Precalculus (10th or 11th Grades)
  • Calculus (11th or 12th Grades)
  • Discrete Mathematics / Statistics (12th Grade)
  • Advanced Independent Study (12th Grade)