Wildwood Community School, Inc. admits parents, teachers, and students of any protected class to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to parents/teachers and students at the school or through its extended programs. It does not discriminate on the basis of protected class in administration of its educational policies, athletic and other school-administered programs.

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    At Wildwood Community School, we desire to show your children the Truth, Beauty, and Goodness in the world; and very little is as true, beautiful, and good as Mathematics. We have six weekly units that explore the many facets of math. One half of those units are with our main curriculum that covers arithmetic, algebra, geometry, advanced algebra, precalculus, and calculus respectively. One third is with supplements that inspire joy; aspects woefully underrepresented in common curriculum. The final unit has paper sloyd, free reading, and Euclid respectively. We aim to keep Charlotte Mason’s principles in mind in our teaching methods, going at each child's pace and we learn each tool before we move on by making sure that the requisite number facts are fully memorized or mastered.

Our math program, at a glance:

Concepts are regularly reviewed even as new ones are introduced.

Form I-

defining numbers

measurements

addition, subtraction, multiplication & division

fractions

decimals

shapes

skip-counting

area and perimeter

perfect squares

distributive property

accuracy

gross motor skills

hand-eye coordination

and so much more

Form III-

pre-algebra

Euclid

percents

square roots

exponents

denominate numbers

short methods in multiplication and division

practical approximations

and more

Form II-

operations

variables

measurement

fractions

estimation

area

shapes

exponents

3D solids

integers

expressions and equations

statistics

sequences

ratios and rates

geometry

and more

Form IV-VI-

algebra

geometry

precalculus

calculus

counting and probability

number theory

Euclid

and more

If you have specific questions, feel free to contact us and we would be glad to discuss our math program in more detail. 

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