The Lincoln Public Schools Mathematics Program has four broad goals for students:

  • Students will become mathematical problem solvers.
  • Students will learn to value mathematics and the quantitative nature of our world.
  • Students will develop an understanding of fundamental mathematical concepts.
  • Students will acquire mathematical skills, including the ability to perform routine computations. At the secondary level, this includes traditional, but routine, symbolic manipulation.

Sequence of courses

  1. Algebra
  2. Geometry
  3. Adv Algebra
  4. Precal or Precollege
  5. AP calculus and/or AP statistics

College credit is an option for students enrolled in AP calculus diff, AP calculus, and AP statistics.

Students need 30 hours of math to graduate. 5 hours must be from algebra and 5 from geometry. Support classes are available at the algebra, geometry, and advanced algebra.