To graduate from LCC, all students must earn a passing grade in 30 credits of math and pass Algebra I.* [*Starting with the Class of 2018, students must pass Integrated Math 1 or Algebra, to fulfill the California state requirement.] Algebra 1 or Integrated Math 1 taken in middle school will satisfy the requirement but no high school credit will be granted for courses taken at the middle school.
To apply to most four-year colleges, students must earn a "C" or higher in at least Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II or Integrated Math 1, Integrated Math 2 and Integrated Math 3 and an additional math may be recommended or required. Middle school course(s) may be used to satisfy college entrance requirements. Students may take as many math courses as their schedule will allow, but prerequisites and department recommendations should be followed.
For an overview of all math coursework, review the SDUHSD Math Pathways and read the course profiles carefully. See the LCC Math Department website for IB (International Baccalareate) Math Course Pathways.