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Mathematics

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Confidence and Competence


The Mathematics Department ensures that graduates of Stevenson School use their knowledge and conceptual skills to confidently use mathematics both in their subsequent higher education and more broadly in their lives. We want our students to be challenged and to be successful: we believe that students learn mathematics most effectively when they are given ample opportunity to practice the fundamental concepts and procedures. In our classes, students spend more time solving problems both individually and in collaboration with their peers than passively listening to lectures.

We believe that competence and confidence in mathematics derive from a firm foundation in algebra. This foundation is built upon with the study of geometry and advanced algebra. For students who are interested in applications of math using real world events we offer Statistics, and for the most ambitious, two levels of AP Calculus and Multivariable Calculus are available.

Additional Resources

Course Map and Graduation Requirements

 

Academic Programs

Our Faculty

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Germano Diniz '88

Mathematics Department Chair
Claremont McKenna College, B.A.

Zekai Akcan

Naval Academy of Turkey, B.S.
United States Naval Postgraduate School, M.S.

Mark Alley

California Polytechnic State University, SLO, B.Arc
California Polytechnic State University, SLO, T.C.

Dr. Lisa Koenig

Princeton University, B.S.E., '91
Stanford University, Ph.D., '98

Jisun Lee

University of California, Davis, B.A.
Nyack College, M.S.

Peter Lips '87

University of California, Santa Cruz, B.A., '92
Chapman University, '08

John Senuta

University of California, Berkeley, B.A.
Wesleyan University, M.A.L.S.

Cleveland H. Thayer, Jr.

Williams College, B.A.
Dartmouth College, M.A.L.S.



Courses Offered


To read complete course descriptions, please view our Course Catalog below:

Course Catalog