Level 1 (Grades 1–2): Students explore the world around them, viewing world systems through a scientific lens and performing experiments to understand the basic scientific concepts behind them.

Level 2 (Grades 3–4): Students add to their fundamental scientific knowledge of the world by analyzing data, discovering patterns, and making connections across scientific topics.

Level 3 (Grades 5–6): Students explore the world around them, viewing world systems through a scientific lens and performing experiments to understand the basic scientific concepts behind them.

Level 4 (Grades 7–9): Students add to their fundamental scientific knowledge of the world by analyzing data, discovering patterns, and making connections across scientific topics.

## Level 1

Equal or Unequal – In this course students explore equations and inequalities to investigate how mathematics can describe comparisons. Using ratios, proportions, variables, and arithmetic operations, students will use mathematics to compare quantities and qualities. Course syllabus.

The Decimal – In this class, students will explore the power of base 10 systems and how they impact the way we do arithmetic. Students will explore our own base 10 system and contrast it with other famous base 10 systems, such as Roman and Chinese numerals. Course syllabus.

Data Analysis – Through experiments and surveys students will collect information from the world around them and use data analysis to measure and interpret their findings. Students will learn about graphing and analytic ideas like extrema, mean, median, and mode. Course syllabus.

Patterns Abound – This course students how to find mathematical patterns both inside and outside the classroom and define them using mathematical terms. Students will learn how to create their own patterns and how to classify them.                                                  Course Syllabus.

Shape Up – This geometry course acquaints students with geometric ideas where students will learn how to identify and create polygons and become acquainted with their properties by constructing the polygons through materials and drawings. Course syllabus

The Number Line – The number line is home to all of the different kinds of numbers that a student might experience in their lifetime. In this course, students will learn different strategies of number identification and learn to manipulate positive and negative numbers. Course syllabus.

## Level 2

Equal or Unequal – In this course students explore equations and inequalities to investigate how mathematics can describe comparisons. Using ratios, proportions, variables, and arithmetic operations, students will use mathematics to compare quantities and qualities. Course syllabus.

The Decimal – In this class, students will explore the power of base 10 systems and how they impact the way we do arithmetic. Students will explore our own base 10 system and contrast it with other famous base 10 systems, such as Roman and Chinese numerals. Course syllabus.

Data Analysis – Through experiments and surveys students will collect information from the world around them and use data analysis to measure and interpret their findings. Students will learn about graphing and analytic ideas like extrema, mean, median, and mode. Course syllabus.

Equal or Unequal – In this course students explore equations and inequalities to investigate how mathematics can describe comparisons. Using ratios, proportions, variables, and arithmetic operations, students will use mathematics to compare quantities and qualities. Course syllabus.

The Decimal – In this class, students will explore the power of base 10 systems and how they impact the way we do arithmetic. Students will explore our own base 10 system and contrast it with other famous base 10 systems, such as Roman and Chinese numerals. Course syllabus.

Data Analysis – Through experiments and surveys students will collect information from the world around them and use data analysis to measure and interpret their findings. Students will learn about graphing and analytic ideas like extrema, mean, median, and mode. Course syllabus.