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White Plains Public Schools

Elementary, Grades K-5

Our elementary math curriculum is designed to meet the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) as adopted by New York State. The primary resource through which we deliver instruction is enVision Math Common Core (Pearson, 2012), commonly called Envisions.  For more information on this program see PearsonSchool.com/envisionmathcommoncore.  

Middle School, Grades 6-8

The mathematics curriculum in grades 6 - 8 is aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) as adopted by New York State.  To see these standards, click hereThe primary resource for the mathematics curriculum at the middle school level is SpringBoard published by College Board. To view a flowchart of the math course offerings at White Plains Middle School, please click here.

 

High School, Grades 9-12

At the high school level, New York State administers three Regents exams in Mathematics; Algebra Common Core, Geometry Common Core and Algebra 2 Trigonometry.  The Algebra Regents is required for all students to earn a Regents diploma.  All three Regents exams are required for students to earn an Advanced Regents Diploma.  

The high school continues to offer a number of courses outside those previously mentioned, including Contemporary Math, College Algebra with Trigonometry, PreCalculus (honors and regular), Calculus (ACE, AP AB and AP BC) and Statistics AP.  Contemporary Math, College Algebra with Trigonometry, Calculus and PreCalculus are offered for dual enrollment with Westchester Community College through their Advanced College Experience(ACE) program.

To view a flowchart of the math course offerings at White Plains High School, please click here.