The mathematics curriculum is designed to provide each student with the opportunity to participate in a sequential program which will meet his needs, interests, and capabilities. It should be noted that it is possible to move from one program to another if skills, motivation, and desire warrant such a change for the growth of the student mathematically. This should be done only with teacher recommendation. A student wishing to enter a course for which he is not recommended must arrange a conference with his parents, his teacher, and counselor to request a parent override. The depth of rigor and performance of students define the different levels of our math curriculum. Scholarship, initiative, attitude, cooperation, work ethic, and individual improvement all go into determining the correct level for the student.