• The State College Area School District has a comprehensive mathematics program for students with varying interests, backgrounds, and aptitudes in mathematics. There are College Preparatory and Advanced course sequences. All course sequences are designed to prepare students for continuing education after high school.

    Each course sequence includes experiences with Common-Core Mathematics strands of Number and Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Modeling, Geometry, Statistics and Probability. The College-Prep courses cover all state-required competencies, but also include more in-depth experiences. Advanced courses are more mathematically rigorous, including rich experiences with reasoning, proof, and mathematical modeling.
    All students are required to take three years of high school mathematics to graduate, but it is strongly recommended that students study mathematics every year of high school.

    Coordinator Contact Information:

    Tyler Constable
    State College Area High School
    650 Westerly Parkway
    State College, PA 16801
    Phone: 814-231-1011 ext. 8775

Last Modified on March 27, 2024