1. Calculus

Calculus is the mathematics of change. In the process of learning about rates of change and accumulation, you will study motion problems, curve-sketching, optimization, related rates, slope fields, volumes of 3D solids generated by revolving and much more. Students who earn a 4 or higher on the AP exam can earn one semester of college credit.

2. Statistics

Statistics helps you understand data, analyze trends, draw conclusions, and make predictions about the future. In this data-driven world, statistics helps you see the world more clearly and accurately. Companies/advertisers forward their point of view with data. You must know if the data is sound to make judgments or you risk being misled.