Mathematics is the study of systems of logic and relationships. The specific systems of logic studied by each student at Saint Francis High School are Algebra and Geometry. Upon building this strong logical foundation, students choose to pursue a further understanding of abstract math through a Precalculus and Calculus pathway, or a more applied approach to mathematics through Statistics. The study of mathematics can benefit every student at St. Francis. One benefit that is easily demonstrated and evaluated is the increase in the student’s repertoire of computational skills and problem-solving abilities. Another benefit, equally important but less easily measured, is the realization on the part of the student that the problem-solving skills developed in the math class are applicable to other disciplines.

The Math department strives to promote a curriculum and classroom environment that maximizes the development of each student’s mathematical abilities and enhance her appreciation of the value of a study of mathematics.


  • Algebra 1 (P)
  • Integrated Math 2
  • Geometry (P)
  • Honors Geometry (HP)
  • Algebra 2 (P)
  • Algebra 2A
  • Algebra 2B (P)
  • Honors Algebra 2 (HP)
  • Precalculus (P)
  • Honors Precalculus (HP)
  • Statistics (P)
  • Calculus (P)
  • AP Calculus AB (AP)
  • AP Calculus BC (AP)
  • AP Statistics (AP)
  • AP Computer Science Principles
  • AP Computer Science A (AP)
  • Computer Programming with C – C-STEM