Integrated Math - Frequently Asked Questions

Please note: All numbers and data were accurate when this information first was distributed to the community in Fall 2013.

Students who will be taking a course within Lemont High School’s Mathematics Department for the first time during the 2014-15 school year or after will utilize the Integrated Math curriculum, which incorporates the scope and sequence of the Illinois State Board of Education’s Model Common Core Math Curriculum. Courses within this curriculum contain sequences of units designed to address all appropriate standards in a cohesive manner.

All levels of Integrated Math I, as well as the necessary prerequisite courses for those classes, will be implemented during the 2014-15 school year. All levels of Integrated Math II and Integrated Math III will be added in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years, respectively.

Students in the Class of 2015, Class of 2016 and Class of 2017 - as well as Class of 2018 students who were enrolled in Accelerated Algebra II Honors as eighth graders - will continue on in courses that are rooted in the school’s ‘traditional’ curriculum.

The following questions and answers have been provided for students and their parents/guardians to become more well informed about the adjustments to Lemont High School's mathematics curriculum that will take place over a three-year period.