08102015, 06:05 PM



Location: Mid South Central TX
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Originally Posted by snuffybear
Curious...in your states, does Algebra I and/or Geometry taken in Middle school count for a HS Credit and GRADE, meaning the GRADE from the class is put on the High School Transcript?
Please answer
 Credit Only
 Grade and Credit
 Other
and State

Texas: credit only (counts against the 4 year HS math requirement)

08102015, 06:33 PM



Location: South Suburbs of Chicago
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I don't know how it is where you guys live but here where I'm at for the average high school student...
9th grade Algebra I
10th grade Geometry
11th grade Algebra II
12th grade PreCalculus(Optional because you only need three years of math)

08102015, 06:49 PM



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Originally Posted by It is 57 below zero
But some places, such as most districts in California, and in Denver, that I know of, don't even count the CREDIT, meaning that they have to still take the required number of math credits to graduate and the algebra 1 course taken in 8th grade won't count towards that.

California Native
You learn something new everyday. I had zero knowledge that 8th grade credit could be transferred to high school transcripts in most of the U.S..

08102015, 06:55 PM



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When my son took geometry in 8th grade, it counted because it was taught at the high school during 1st period (kids were bussed to the high school and back for 2nd period).
I don't remember if Algebra I in 7th grade was counted as a grade or not.
This was in Evanston, IL

08102015, 07:29 PM



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it SHOULD be
algebra 6th
algebra 2 8th

08102015, 10:24 PM



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I agree different schools do it differently. In my previous district, Algebra II was a Senior class. In the school my kids attend, it's a Sophomore class (but kids who are a year ahead take it Freshman year, along with many Sophomores and maybe some Juniors)). Some kids take it Junior year. I would call and talk to the nearby districts to see what they say, but it may vary.

08102015, 11:06 PM



Location: Whoville....
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LeaderOCola
it SHOULD be
algebra 6th
algebra 2 8th

You think 6th graders are developmentally ready for algebra?
I would be ecstatic if my 9th graders just knew basic math well. I don't know what it is with pushing things down, down, down when kids aren't learning well what they should be learning as it is.

08112015, 12:37 AM



Location: usa
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7th grade  algebra 1
8th grade  geometry
9th grade  algebra 2
10th grade  pre cal/trig
11th grade  calc ab (calc 1)
12th grade  calc 2/calc 3 at local college.
advance track

08112015, 01:30 AM



Location: Phoenix, AZ area
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Midwest Revival
I don't know how it is where you guys live but here where I'm at for the average high school student...
9th grade Algebra I
10th grade Geometry
11th grade Algebra II
12th grade PreCalculus(Optional because you only need three years of math)

I graduated in 2003 and that is what it was for the normal students. I was 2 year ahead of this schedule in AP courses, we did calc and trig as the remaining two years. Though I think it was only 2 years math requirement for regular students, 3 for community college bound, and 4 for the rest. It has been a while so I may be a little off but that is how I remember it.

08112015, 06:48 AM



Location: usa
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I grew up in Maryland, I took Algebra in the 7th grade, then Geometry, Algebra II, PreCalc, then AP Calc and Stats. But I'm an exception.

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