Summit offers math courses from PreAlgebra through Algebra II/Trig. Student ability, background and motivation are used to place students properly in math courses. Teacher
recommendations, performance on incoming math assessments, performance on MAP testing, and performance
on baseline in-class assessments given at the beginning of the school year are all used to determine the most
appropriate course placement. Parent input and preference is taken into account, however it is only one criteria.
Students should be encouraged to take the most challenging course in which they can succeed, but care should be
taken to avoid putting students in a “no-win" situation where they are unable to comprehend and master the
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