Math instruction at Eatonville High School aims to give students the skills and knowledge needed for computation and application. The math department is dedicated to helping students build problem solving skills, develop strong conceptual understanding of mathematical ideas, and improve procedural fluency. We incorporate technology into our lessons by using desmos and GeoGebra to allow students to explore new concepts, test out conjectures, and practice their understanding of topics.

High school students in Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 use Open Up Resources, based on the Common Core State Standards and the Washington State Learning Standards.

The Eatonville High School math department also offers a selection of math courses that allow students to earn college credit while still in high school. Students that earn a qualifying score on an AP exam can earn college credit from their Advanced Placement classes. Students can also earn college credit through our partnership with Central Washington University and their College in the High School program.

For specific questions about the math your student is doing, please contact your student's teacher.