High School Math 3A

How can I use math to explain my world?

Why Take This Course?

Algebra 2AThis course is all about mastering algebra, which will challenge you to take your knowledge of arithmetic to a deeper, more abstract level. You’ll learn to see patterns in simple situations and extend them to universal situations—a skill you can use in your everyday life. You will also learn how to apply addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to polynomials, and study exponential functions, radical functions, and complex numbers.

Course Framework

Section 1Section 2Section 3Section 4
Sequences and Series
Exponents and Growth
Arithmetic with Polynomials
End Behavior of Models
Arithmetic Sequences and Series
Linear Growth v Exponential Growth
Add and Subtract Polynomials
Classify Complex Numbers
Geometric Sequences and Series
Exponential Equations
Multiply and Divide Polynomials
Arithmetic with Complex Numbers
Exponential Models
Finding Zeros of Polynomials
Complex Solutions of Quadratics and Polynomials
Solving Equations
Even and Odd Functions

Texts and Materials Students Must Purchase

  • Simon Singh - "Fermat's Enigma: The Epic Quest to Solve the World's Greatest Mathematical Problem"
  • Students must create an account in Khan Academy and add Williamsburg Academy as their coach.
  • Students taking the self-paced or independent version of this course do not need to purchase any texts or materials.


  • Recommended Grade: 10th (Sophomore), 11th (Junior)
  • Prerequisites: High School Math 2B
  • Versions & Estimated Weekly Hours: 7*
  • Format: Live / Self-Paced / Independent
  • Credits: 0.5

*Math students will spend four hours in live workshops with a mentor or tutor and an estimated 30 minutes a day practicing math.

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