Concepts of calculus (functions, graphs, limits, derivatives and integrals) and experience with its methods and applications. Encourages numerical, analytical, and verbal expression of concepts, results, and problems.
In-depth use of traditional mediums used in the basic course, such as acrylic, watercolor and oil, plus use of non-conventional mediums such as coffee, wine, and shoe polish, among others in non-traditional bases such as tin foil, wax paper and sandpaper.
Basic movement skills, such as coordination, change of direction, balance, strength, and visual skills, developed through games and other physical activities. Includes the rules and basic skills of basketball, volleyball, tennis, soccer and softball.
Skills related to the use of productivity tools and multimedia management (video, sound, and images). Includes drills to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification in Outlook and the ACE (Adobe Certified Expert) Certification in Photoshop, Premiere, and Soundbooth.
Skills related to the productivity tools available in Office 2010/Office 2013. Includes drills to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification in the program of their choice, Word, Excel or PowerPoint.
Application of algebra, geometry and trigonometry to the laws of movement and other aspects of mechanics. Also explores other themes such as optics, wave theory, electricity, magnetism and thermodynamics.
Operations with real numbers, algebraic expressions, graphs of different functions, study of the property of functions, trigonometry functions and their applications. Requires the use of a graphic calculator.