# 12th Grade Math Curriculum

We at Time4Learning view ourselves as partners with parents in ensuring that students finish high school with the skills they need to be successful in college level courses. For mathematics, in particular, that means providing a standards-based, college-prep program that is focused on the major math concepts while using many different types of multimedia tools to engage students and inspire a greater interest in mathematics.

On this page you will discover what 12th graders should know in math, learn more about the general 12th grade math objectives, and find out how Time4Learning’s grade 12 math curriculum helps homeschool families achieve their goals for this important year of education.

## Which Math Courses Should a 12th Grader Take?

For students aiming for college, 3-4 years of mathematics are recommended during high school.  By 12th grade, most students will have completed Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry, so high school seniors may want to focus on a higher level mathematics course such as Precalculus or Trigonometry.

Students taking an advanced mathematics course will learn concepts like:

• Graphing exponential and logarithmic functions
• Probability distributions
• Sequences, series, and proofs by induction
• Trigonometric functions, transformations, and reciprocal functions
• Solving trigonometric equations
• Vectors and vector operations

Learn more about Time4Learning’s twelfth grade math curriculum by checking out the 12th grade scope and sequence and the grade 12 math lessons plans page.

## Objectives for High School 12th Grade Math

With STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers at an all time high, it is more important than ever that high school students enter college with a strong foundation in mathematics. 12th graders who take an advanced math course during their senior year give themselves a leg up in the college admissions process–particularly if they will be majoring in a math or science-related field.

To be college-ready, grade 12 math practice should focus on building skills such as:

• Reasoning abstractly and quantitatively
• Statistical modeling
• Using appropriate tools strategically
• Modeling with probability
• Visualizing graphs of functions
• Solving systems of equations

## Why Choose Time4Learning 12th Grade Math Homeschool Curriculum?

Time4Learning’s standards-based curriculum covers all of the 12th grade math learning targets listed above, plus many, many more. The advanced math courses included in our curriculum boost the critical thinking and analytical skills students will need in post-secondary education.

Some of the reasons that homeschool families choose Time4Learning’s grade 12 math curriculum include:

 As a Full Curriculum The two advanced math courses encompass over 200 multimedia lessons, activities, and assessments designed to help students gain mastery of core concepts. Lessons are broken down into small, manageable chunks of instruction to make them more effective and engaging. The program works with a variety of learning styles so that students can better retain what they are studying. Students who complete the courses will have built skills that help prepare them for the rigors of college math courses. Automated grading and recordkeeping are part of the low monthly subscription price. Parents get access to printable lesson plans, teaching tools, detailed reporting and parental support. As a Supplement The flexibility of the curriculum assures that parents can pick and choose the lessons, concepts, and skills that they want students to focus on. Any of the over 200 multimedia components of the 12th grade math program can be used to support and enhance other math programs. Think-alouds, worked examples, demonstrations, and models can help struggling learners with the step-by-step thought processes and systematic strategies they need to remediate math weaknesses. Subscribers receive 24/7 easy access from anywhere in a safe and secure environment. Students can pause and redo lessons, quizzes and tests to ensure mastery of those challenging concepts, making it great for learning after school.

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