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 An Archdiocese of Los Angeles Catholic High School Fully Accredited by WCEA and WASC  

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My work experience as a mathematics teacher consists of Bishop Montgomery High School from 2014 to the present; Cajon High School in San Bernardino, Ca. from 2011 to 2014; and San Gorgonio High School in San Bernardino, Ca. from 2002 to 2011. As for my education, I hold the following degrees: a Master of Science in Mathematics from Loyola Marymount University; a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Concordia University Irvine; a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from University of Redlands (double major in Mathematics and Spanish with a minor in Education); and I was Valedictorian from La Sierra High School in Riverside, Ca. As noted below, I am currently teaching AP Calculus BC, Honors Introduction to Calculus, and Statistics; and I am involved in the Mock Trial Club and the Math Club, as well.
 
Mock Trial Club Join the Google classroom for all updates. Class code: (kuubpcy)
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AP Calculus BC is a comprehensive yearlong course in the study of both differential and integral Calculus. Students will study the following topics in this course: functions, graphs, limits, differentiation, applications of differentiation, differential equations, integration, applications of integration, sequences and series, power series, and parametric, polar, and vector functions. Throughout the year, students will work with functions represented graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally and explore the connections among these representations. In addition to writing out mathematical solutions to problems, students will learn to communicate mathematics during class discussions and group work, and will be expected to explain solutions in written sentences on various homework, quiz, and test questions.
 
Honors Introduction to Calculus is a two-semester college preparatory mathematics course. This course begins with an extension of topics covered in Algebra II, and goes into an in-depth study of trigonometry, pre-calculus, and introductory calculus topics, including derivatives with applications.
 
Statistics is a two-semester college preparatory mathematics course. This course begins with an introduction to statistics, and goes into an in-depth study of statistics grouped into the following four parts: descriptive statistics, probability, probability distributions, and statistical inference.
 
Honors Algebra II (summer school) is normally a two-semester college preparatory mathematics course. This five-week summer course begins with an extension of topics covered in Algebra I, and goes into an in-depth study of polynomial, radical, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions and equations, including other advanced algebra topics to fully prepare students for the two-semester Honors Introduction to Calculus course to be taken during the coming school year.
 
Remember the Late Work Policy and Attendance Policy as noted on the syllabus: Late work will only be accepted ONE DAY after its initial due date for HALF CREDIT; after that no points will be given at all. Zero, zip, zilch, NADA. ❌ 📝 🙅 Excused absences will be given extra time (the same number of days as the absence) in order to complete and turn in any missed assignments. 📆 📓 ✏️
 
I am available before/after school for any additional assistance as needed. See me to schedule an appointment. Please contact me via email with any questions or concerns. 🙂