Due to COVID-19, we are revising our Maverick For A Day program. For more information about Moore Catholic please call 718-761-9200 ext. 104 or 102.
Due to COVID-19, we are revising our Maverick For A Day program. For more information about Moore Catholic please call 718-761-9200 ext. 104 or 102.

Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

The mathematics department will educate the students with the mathematics classes needed to prepare them for college. Students will take four years of mathematics in order to prepare them for the PSAT, SAT and ACT exams. Enrichment will be provided in all math classes in order to provide them with a solid foundation for success in college mathematics courses.

Course of Study:

The math curriculum at Moore Catholic is based on New York State Regents requirements. This curriculum is is college preparatory in nature and reflects all topics on PSAT and SAT exams. Moore Catholic has begun adopting the Common Core State Standards in its mathematics classes.
All students are required to take four years of mathematics. Many electives are offered for the fourth year and seniors will be placed according to their prior achievements and teacher recommendations.

Freshmen

Presentation Scholars Academy students are placed in Advanced Integrated Algebra Regents or Advanced Geometry Regents.

Advanced Regents and Regents students are placed in Integrated Algebra Regents.

Sophomores 

Presentation Scholars Academy students are placed in Advanced Geometry Regents or Advanced Algebra II and Trigonometry R.

Advanced Regents students are placed in Geometry R

Regents students are placed in Geometry R or Geometry NR.

Juniors

Presentation Scholars Academy students are placed in Advanced Algebra II and Trigonometry R  or Honors Statistics.

Advanced Regents students are placed in Algebra II and Trigonometry R .

Regents students are placed in Algebra II and Trigonometry NR.

Seniors

Presentation Scholars Academy students are placed in Advanced Placement Calculus or Honors Statistics.

Advanced Regents students are placed in Advanced Placement Calculus, Honors Statistics, Pre Calculus, Math 12 Concepts, or Statistics.

Regents students are placed in Math 12 Concepts, Math 12 College Prep, or Statistics.