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Honors Math Placement Procedures

Who can sign up for Honors math courses?

            Honors math courses are open to everyone!  All students MUST take a placement exam prior to entry (study materials can be found below).  The math department will make a recommendation about the most appropriate course level based on the results of the placement exam.  Students who are not recommended to the honors course based on test score may still choose to take the course and will receive remediation information and support form the math department.  In those instances, a waiver process must be followed.  

How are Honors courses different?

            Do you love the elegance of mathematics? Does it make you happy that there is always more than one way to approach a math problem and yet the answer should make sense from every angle?  Do you love being given something to ponder, without always being told what the answer is? So do we!  And an Honors math class might be right for you.

            Honors classes are ideal for students that love challenging mathematics course work and can justify their solutions to math problems clearly with words, diagrams, equations, and graphs.  The pace is faster and the problems are more challenging. These students are expected to spend an average of 45 minutes to 1 hour nightly on homework, projects, and other supplemental work.  Students are expected to show perseverance in solving complex problems.  Students especially interested in a STEM career should consider enrolling in Honors.

So what do I have to do?

  1. Choose the “College Prep” version of the course you’d like to take on your Course Request Form (due to your counselor by Friday, February 14th).

  2. Sign up for a Placement Test with your math teacher 

  3. Study for the exam using the materials found at the bottom of this website.

  4. Get help before the exam on difficult topics.




Agnew, Morgan          Statistics & Probability, AP Computer Science Principles

Anderson, Michael     Algebra 1, Algebra 2

Foster, Hallie               Geometry, Geometry HP, PreCalculus HP

Lawrence, Kathryn     Algebra 1, Algebra 2 HP

McCarthy, Jim             Algebra B, PreCalculus, AP Calculus AB

McDonald, Kevin       Algebra A, Algebra Readiness

Millerick, Melissa       Algebra 2, Algebra 2 HP/PreCalculus HP Block, PreCalculus HP

Reid, Amy                   AP Statistics, Algebra B SDAIE, Algebra 1

Saura, Karen              Algebra A SDAIE, Intermediate Algebra 2

Wilson, Timothy         Geometry


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Free Math Tutoring!

Free tutoring is available with math teacher, Mr. McCarthy!  

When: Every Tuesday and Thursday, from 3:45 - 5pm

Where: TL Library


The Mathematics Department at Terra Linda offers a variety of courses designed to meet each student’s needs and ability. 

  • Algebra Readiness (Course for English Learners only; supports given to become grade-level proficient)
  • Algebra A (1st Semester of Algebra 1, taken freshman year)
  • Algebra B  (2nd Semester of Algebra 1, taken sophomore year)
  • Algebra 1  (Full course offered in 1 year)
  • Geometry (Full year Geometry course)
  • Geometry Honors (Full year Geometry course for students interested in STEM pathway; emphasis on Coordinate Geometry and proofs)
  • Intermediate Algebra 2 (2nd year UC Algebra course for non-math/science pathway; Seniors have priority enrollment)
  • Algebra 2 (2nd year UC Algebra course)
  • Algebra 2 Honors (2nd year UC Algebra course for Calculus pathway)
  • Algebra 2 Honors/Pre-Calculus Honors Double-Block Course (Exclusively for Juniors entering Algebra 2 interested in Calculus pathway; course requires 2 periods of math in scheduling, one odd period and one even period).
  • Pre-Calculus (Intended for STEM or non-STEM majors. May be a terminal course; can also serves as an alternative to Statistics) 
  • Pre-Calculus Honors (Intended for STEM majors and students who will be taking Calculus)
  • Statistics (Emphasis on probability and hands-on activities)
  • AP Calculus (Advanced Placement in College level Calculus AB course)
  • AP Statistics (Advanced Placement in College level Statistics course)

Students should earn a C- or higher in the prerequisite course in order to advance.  More information about prerequisites can be found in the Terra Linda Curriculum Guide on the Counseling page.   


Sample Math sequences at TLHS


Example 1:

Algebra A → Algebra B → Geometry  → Intermediate Algebra 2

Example 2:

Algebra 1 → Geometry  → Algebra 2  → Statistics or Pre-Calculus

Example 3:

Honors Geometry → Honors Algebra 2 → Honors Pre-Calculus → Calculus AB or AP Statistics

Example 4:

Algebra 1 → Geometry  → Alg 2 Honors/Pre-Calc Honors Double-Block → Calculus AB or AP Statistics

Example 5:

Algebra Readiness → Algebra A SDAIE → Algebra B SDAIE → Geometry