The three part-time and seven full-time instructors of the Math department bring over eighty years worth of knowledge and expertise to instilling the passion of mathematics in the students of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. The Math faculty includes four National Board Certified instructors, one Douglas Anderson Teacher of the Year and Duval County Teacher of the Year semi-finalist, and one Douglas Anderson alumna. The broad-based curriculum encompasses nearly all of the math courses offered by the District at the remedial, standard, honors, and Advanced Placement levels. Our teachers utilize a variety of teaching methods and tools, including an emphasis on inquiry learning, problem solving, and critical thinking. State EOC, PSAT, and SAT preparation are an integral part of everyday classroom activities and the department boasts consistent FCAT results of nearly 90% passing.
The department’s curriculum includes: Algebra I, Intensive Math, Geometry (Standard and Honors), Algebra II (Standard and Honors), Pre-Calculus, Analysis of Functions, Probability and Statistics, Math for College Readiness, College Algebra, AP Statistics, and both AP Calculus AB and BC.