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## Florida High School Math and Science Curriculums

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**1. **Florida High School Math and Science Curriculums

**2. **US K-12 System

**4. **High School High school usually runs either from grades 9-12 or from grades 10-12.
All schools, including high schools, are provided by local school districts and not by the central government.
High school students have more control of their education, even core classes.

**5. **High School Curriculum Structure Most schools: 7-8 class short period ( 30-45 min) on daily schedule.
Some have 3-4 class period (90 min) per day
Many HS: "core" areas: English, science, social studies, and mathematics every year
Other HS: required number of credits after 10th grade, allowing more freedom in selection

**6. **Science Courses Three science courses required generally
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Other science courses include:
Physical, life science, geology, anatomy, health science, environmental science, and forensic science.

**7. **High School Mathematics Courses Typically include:
Prealgebra
Algebra I
Geometry
Algebra II
Trigonometry
Advanced study options can include
Precalculus, calculus, statistics, and discrete math

**8. **Math

**9. **General Mathematics

**10. **Remedial Mathematics

**11. **Algebra

**12. **Mathematical Analysis

**13. **Calculus

**14. **Applied Mathematics

**15. **Geometry

**16. **Integrated Mathematics

**17. **Liberal Arts Mathematics

**18. **Mathematical Studies

**19. **Probability and Statistics

**20. **Trigonometry

**21. **Discrete Mathematics

**22. **Science

**23. **General Sciences

**24. **Biological Sciences

**25. **Earth/Space Sciences

**26. **Physical Sciences

**27. **Physical Sciences, Contd

**28. **Integrated Science

**29. **Integrated Science, Contd

**30. **References http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_the_United_States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secondary_education_in_the_United_States#High_school_.28Grades_9_through_12.29