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The California Department of Education (CDE) establishes standards for Mathematics and outlines information regarding what all students in California public schools should know and be able to do in mathematics, emphasizing computational and procedural skills, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving. Content Standards, Frameworks, Instructional Materials, Resources and Professional Development are all aligned to these outcomes.
overview of Math CUrriculum & courses in SDUHSD 

overview of Math CUrriculum & courses in SDUHSD 

SDUHSD Math teachers and instructional leaders have developed math curriculum and course pathways for all students grade 7-12.
The SDUHSD Math Curriculum Support website for students and parents to support the district's math instructional materials. There are digital versions of student editions and homework packets as well as videos and extra practice worksheets aligned to the curriculum to provide students with additional support.
The district math course pathways document shows the math course sequence, as well as the recommendations for math course placement.
 SDUHSD Math Pathway and Placement  Middle School High School Integrated Math 1/2 Essentials Integrated Math 2 P or Business Math K r Integrated Math A Essentials Integrated Math B Essentials Integrated Math 1 Readiness Integrated Math 1 P Integrated Math 2 P Integrated Math 3 P or Business Math K Integrated Math A Integrated Math B Integrated Math 1 P Integrated Math 2 P 1 Integrated Math 3 P Integrated Math A Integrated Math B Integrated Math 1 Integrated Math 2 Upper Level Math Honors Honors Honors P Honors P Elective K Integrated Math 3 Honors P   Optional Course Level Change The following level changes require students to complete additional coursework and pass an exam prior to the next course.  • Integrated Math A Essentials level change to Integrated Math B • Integrated Math 1 P level change to Integrated Math 2 Honors P • Integrated Math B Essentials level change to Integrated Math 1 P • Integrated Math 2 P level change to Integrated Math 3 Honors P • Integrated Math 3 P level change to AP Calculus AB  • 30 math credits are required to earn a high school diploma and graduate from SDUHSD. • Integrated Math 1 is a California state graduation requirement to earn a CA high school diploma. All students must pass IM 1 or higher. • All grade 9 and higher math courses taken during grades 9-12 fulfill high school graduation requirements. • A P indicates a course is also approved by California State University/University of California to fulfill college eligibility requirements for admission. Integrated Math 3 Honors and Advanced Placement math courses may earn weighted grade credit on SDUHSD transcript. • SDUHSD will not accept any concurrent math courses from external institutions for the purposes of accelerating middle school math placement. • SDUHSD accepts concurrent high school level courses that are taken from fully accredited institutions after the completion of grade 8, up to 30 credits maximum. Please see district off campus course practices for more information. • Please read the following pages for specific placement information and recommendations for each pathway.
For additional school math course offerings and course profiles, please visit each school site's website.


  • Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP)  - The Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP) is an assessment of preparedness for 7th-grade mathematics. The results of the MDTP provide information on next course enrollment options for students entering 7th-grade. This online assessment is administered annually to 6th-grade students at the five feeder elementary schools - Cardiff, Del Mar, Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe and Solana Beach.
  • Integrated Math B Honors Readiness Test (IMBHRT) -  The SDUHSD Integrated Math B Honors Readiness Test (IMBHRT) is an optional test for 6th-grade students. It is designed to measure a student's readiness to take 8th-grade level Integrated Math B Honors as a 7th-grade student. This assessment is challenging and designed for students already on an accelerated math pathway. Any 6th-grade student who wishes to enroll in Integrated Math B Honors in 7th grade must take the SDUHSD IMBHRT and score 70% or higher.  Students planning on taking the IMBHRT will need to complete the online registration form, linked here and below.
*A summer IMBHRT assessment will be offered to students new to the district or those who missed the spring registration period. Please click below to register for the summer IMBHRT.  Please note, students may take the IMBHRT only one time.


CA Dept of Education Mathematics - Content Standards, Framework & Resources
high school math placement

high school math placement

Grade 9-12 New to the District
Placement is based on​ student academic records and a​ district ​math ​placement assessment. Please contact the high school for assessment information