Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Although it is a requirement, I would recommend the advanced Algebra 2 if you are strong in math and comfortable with doing a lot of math (for homework, classwork, and tests). If you are not strong in math (or were not strong in Algebra 1), I would recommend a regular class due to less amounts of work at a slower pace.
Course highlights:
Imagine Algebra 1, more in depth and more work. That is what Algebra 2 is all about. There were lots of graphs and algebraic equations. This course helped me in my next year's IB math class with the refreshing of my 7th grade Algebra class.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Always listen in class and if you do not understand, ask Mrs. Thrash. Although it seems like she is reading everything from the book, she can help you out. With that said, she does not know the answer to everything so try contacting smart peers in your class or others who are taking or already took that class. Math Honor Society tutoring is usually available once a week also.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would not recommend this course the work is grueling with little teaching with the stress of a lot of honors classes this is one of the last classes you would want to take.
Course highlights:
I was able to learn a little basic items that were taught in Geometry with more extensive work.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
In order to succeed be prepared take notes and always keep a pen and paper ready to write any and everything that is said. And more importantly study and have tutoring.