The Mathematics Department provides a strong and broad curriculum ranging from Pre-Algebra to Advanced Placement Calculus. The traditional sequence of classes is currently in transition to the newly aligned Common Core classes in Math 7, Math 8 and Integrated Math 1, 2, and 3.

All students are required to earn 30 high school math credits to graduate. For students who plan to attend a California State University or the University of California, 4 years of mathematics is recommended.

All classes meet the California Common Core Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools for grades 7 - 12.

The MCAA Mathematics Faculty (to view specific teacher pages, please use the Teacher Pages/Contact menu at the top of the page):

Todd De Vlaming
  • Math 7
  • Math 8
  • Integrated Math 2
George Land
  • Integrated Math 1
  • Advanced Math 
  • AP Calculus

Dallas McBride
  • Math 8
  • Integrated Math 1
  • Integrated Math 2
  • Integrated Math 3
  • Math Support