Mathematics Department

By studying mathematics, students develop the ability to think creatively, critically, strategically, and logically.

What is mathematics?

 Students learn to structure and to organise, to carry out procedures flexibly and accurately, to process and communicate information, and to enjoy intellectual challenge.

By learning mathematics and statistics, students develop other important thinking skills. They learn to create models and predict outcomes, to conjecture, to justify and verify, and to seek patterns and generalisations. They learn to estimate with reasonableness, calculate with precision, and understand when results are precise and when they must be interpreted with uncertainty. Mathematics and statistics have a broad range of practical applications in everyday life, in other learning areas, and in workplaces.

Click the link below that outlines the general courses offered. There are other standards that may be assessed based on individual needs.