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William Fremd High School. Senior Year Math Course Selection. Choosing the Right Path For YOU!. Projected Enrollments. Many students elect to take more than one math class their senior year. What Class Should I Take Next Year?.

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william fremd high school

William FremdHigh School

Senior Year Math Course Selection

projected enrollments
Projected Enrollments
  • Many students elect to take more than one math class their senior year
what class should i take next year
What Class Should I Take Next Year?
  • Here are a few things to ask yourself when deciding what to take:
    • Which class(es) will I enjoy the most?
    • Which class(es) will my college want me to take?
  • Remember colleges want to see you taking FOUR CONSECUTIVE YEARS of math while in high school
which newspaper headline interests you the most
Which Newspaper Headline Interests You The Most?

The Mathematics Times

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Two months after scientists reported that they had clocked subatomic particles known as neutrinos going faster than the speed of light, to the astonishment and vocal disbelief of most of the world’s physicists, the same scientists, performed a second experiment that confirmed its first results…

Google revised its methods to make search results timelier. The new algorithm is a recognition that Google, whose dominance depends on providing the most useful results, is being increasingly challenged by services like Twitter and Facebook, which have trained people to expect constant updates with seconds-old news...

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