To be an informed individual requires the ability to reason, to solve problems, and to have the tools necessary to be productive in our technological society. To become mathematically literate an individual must develop the ability to analyze, explore, conjecture, reason, use quantitative and spatial information and use mathematical tools to solve problems and make decisions. They must also develop self-confidence in their abilities and to understand and appreciate the role of math in everyday life. 



 Ms. Martins
 Department Head
 Pre-Calculus 11
 Mr. Appleton
 Math 8
 Mr. Cune
 Math 9
 Mr. Domina
 FMP 10, FOM 11, FOM 12, AWM 10
 Mr. Florut
 Mrs. Liang
 FMP 10 - See google classroom! **The Google Classroom Code is listed in the Course Outline!
 Mr. MacLennan
 Math 8, Math 9, AWM 8 / 11

Courses Offered

  • Math 8:
  • Accelerated Math 8/9
  • Math 9
  • Math 10
  • Math 11
  • Pre Calculus Math 12
  • Calculus 12
  • AP Calculus

Course Expectations


Pascal, Cayley and Fermat Contests for grade 8 to 11 students will take place in February. Students should speak to their math teachers about registering for these contests and receiving practice materials.

Euclid Contest for grade 12 students will take place in April. 
Students who wish to register are asked to see Ms. Martins.

Gauss Contest for grade 8 students
For contest practice materials and information go to: