
The Woodlands College Park High School Mathematics Department is dedicated to preparing our students for future success in mathematics. Our faculty have a variety of educational backgrounds, and many have degrees in mathematics and other related fields.
Mathematics is a system of thought dealing with numbers and figures. Most of the difficulty encountered in an early study of mathematics comes from learning the system. For this reason, keeping up with daily homework assignments and working practice problems are essential.
All faculty members have homework assignments posted on thier websites. To contact faculty members or view their websites, please choose "Faculty Emails & Websites" on the left navigation menu. 

Mathematics courses offered include various topics from Algebra 1 through Calculus. In order to graduate, a student must complete a minimum of four mathematics courses  three of which must be completed in grades nine through twelve. No grade points are earned prior to the ninth grade. The typical collegebound sequence includes Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalculus.
Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 use the series of books published by McDougal Littell and written by Larson, Boswell, Kanold, and Stiff. PreCalculus uses the PreCalculus with Limits text written by Larson, and Calculus uses the calculus series also written by Larson. 