## Honors Calculus I

## Honors Calculus I Course Description

The prerequisite for this course is Pre-Calculus with a clear understanding of the unit circle. Calculus is the study of change and motion. Our problems "move" which makes the study of Calculus exciting and engaging. We discuss limits, derivatives, applications of the derivative, integrals and their applications, and an introduction to differential equations. This is an honors course that equates to a semester long Calculus I course at most colleges and universities. Even though we cover a college level course over an entire school year, the pace is still brisk. This is a challenging course that uses a college level textbook, written by James Stewart, which includes all the necessary concepts to prepare for a rigorous college calculus class.

Click here to read more about Calculus options for the home schooled student.

Click here to read more about Calculus options for the home schooled student.

**Before you register:**

High School Math Live wants your student to be placed in the appropriate course so that they will be successful and challenged while learning the beauty of mathematics. We would like for you to view a

**checklist**of items to consider before joining our HSML family and also view a

**"Honors Calculus I Course Preparedness" document**which we believe will be a good indicator of whether your student is ready for this course.

**New Option for 2020-2021 Students!**

High School Math Live is listening to our families! Students who are are

**highly self-motivated**,

**responsible**for their homework practice while being

**dedicated**to check their work are excellent candidates for this option.

We know scheduling can be difficult so we are introducing an alternative if your schedule doesn't allow you to meet on Tuesday/Thursdays. All lessons will be available via a recording. The recordings will present the content with the same examples as the T/Th class. Homework practice and assessments will be the same as the T/Th class. Students will have access to the T/Th class OneNote file containing notes, answers and solutions to homework practice. Students will also have access to all T/Th class recordings where homework practice would be discussed in more detail. In hopes of meeting your scheduling needs, a question and answer session will be available on Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 9:55 am CST so that your student can ask questions directly to Mrs. London. Any student who decides this is their option of choice, is still welcome to join our T/Th class when their schedule allows.

## DetailsTotal Cost: $675/year (not including book) General Tuition Details Teacher: Regina LondonClick teacher name for bio, sample class recording, and more! Class times are in Central Time Zone.- Tuesday/Thursday 10:00 am - 11:25 am CST
*New option: Access to lessons including a question/answer session held on Wednesday 9:30 am - 9:55 am CST. (see above for more details)*
Calendar: HSML 2020-2021 CALCULUS I Calendar Textbook information College Textbook:ISBN: 9780538498678 Do these class times conflict with your schedule? Click here. |
## To Register...**Read the "Before you register" section above.****Choose the day/time that you want to register for.****Complete the TWO STEPS below. You will receive email confirmation within one business day.**
## Step 1:Click here to be directed to a Google form where you will give general information about your student.
## Step 2: |

Technology and Supplies:Classes are held virtually via Citrix GoToMeeting. Instructions to attend class will be posted on the the teacher's class page. Your student will need a computer, headset with microphone, and good internet connection. |
Recordings: Every class session will be recorded and the links to the recordings will be posted (at the latest) by the morning after the class on the teacher's class page. Teachers who have taught with High School Math Live have a full-length recording of a live class posted on their "Meet the Teacher" page. Click on their name above to see that page. |