• Welcome to the School Year 2020-2021!

    Posted by Abby Green on 8/24/2020

    BSHS Math Department is so excited to see you in person!

    Please wear your mask over your nose and mouth, wash your hands, and social distance for a safe and healthy school year!

    If you have any questions, please talk to your math teacher or contact the co-department chairs - Mrs. Green or Mrs. Cornelius. 

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  • BSHS Eagle Code - Math Style

    Posted by Abby Green on 8/24/2020

    BE RESPONSIBLE - Do your homework!  If you miss class, make sure to talk to your teacher ahead of time or send them an email about what you missed. Be proactive! It makes your life easier.

    BE RESPECTFUL - Everyone struggles with something at one point or another, treat each person with respect and be helpful. Sometimes that means not talking when someone else needs help. Remember, you never know when you might need help too!

    BE RESILIENT - Don't give up! Talk to your teacher, attend math lab or start a study group with other students in your class.  You can do it!

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  • Welcome to the mathematics department at Big Sky High School! 
     
     
    Members:  Dept. Chair Abby Green & Dept. Chair Ariel Cornelius
     
    As Big Sky High School math teachers, our goal is to provide opportunities for our students to think critically about mathematics and work with problems algebraically, graphically, verbally, and numerically. We provide the following pathways and courses for students' math journeys:     
          
    • Algebra Readiness
    • Algebra 1
    • Geometry
    • Algebra 2
    • IB Math Studies
    • IB PreCalculus
    • IB Calculus
    • Financial Math

    Our math program will also have a online component through Carnegie called Mathia that students will be responsible for.  Your math teacher will have more information about the online requirement.

    Through the IB Maths program, students can also earn college credit based on their IB exam score. Dual credit is also offered in some courses.  

     
    If you have questions, please contact Ariel Cornelius or Abby Green in person, by phone or email.
    Thank you.