We utilize Saxon curriculum, which is designed around a spiraling-sequence concept: math concepts are taught, built upon, and reviewed throughout the entire course. The systematizing of the review allows students to better internalize, retain, and comprehend the complexities of math. Students in our middle school are given the option of taking a self-paced approach where they can be unlinked from a student cohort and advance as soon as they personally master a given concept (the traditional approach remains an option for those middle-school students who prefer it).
Comparative testing shows that our students are, on average, a grade level ahead on math, and their scores for the math section of the ACT are 25% higher than both state and national averages. In high school, students may also pursue AP courses for calculus and statistics.