Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Advanced Mathematics, and Calculus each contain a series of lessons covering all areas of general math. Advanced Mathematics is a comprehensive precalculus course that includes advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis. Each lesson in the Saxon math program presents a small portion of math content (called an increment) that builds on prior knowledge and understanding.
Homeschool kits for the upper grades math programs include a textbook and Homeschool Packet (with test forms, textbook answers, and test answers), and a Solutions Manual is also available.
Saxon Teacher, a CD-ROM supplement that offers lesson instruction videos and video problem solutions in a convenient player, is also available for all Algebra 1 (3rd Edition), Algebra 2 (3rd Edition), Geometry, and Advanced Math.
By using Algebra 1and 2 (3rd Edition) and Advanced Math (2nd Edition), students can receive credit for one year of Euclidean geometry. This is the recommended path.
Students who are interested in taking the Saxon Geometry course may choose the 4th Edition Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 courses, which are designed to accompany Geometry. Featuring the same incremental approach that is the hallmark of the Saxon program, the 4th Edition Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 textbooks feature more algebra and precalculus content and fewer geometry lessons than their 3rd Edition counterparts.