About the Department

To address the ever-changing and challenging aspects of the 21st Century, the Dover High School Mathematics Department is committed to providing a comprehensive curriculum incorporating the three tenants; coherence, focus, and rigor, reflected in the CCSS for mathematics. Students will experience mathematics through the use of such technological tools as interactive white boards, computers, calculators, and iPads using a variety of representations such as tables, graphs, and words. In the mathematical classrooms at Dover High School, students should be actively engaged in the learning process utilizing the Mathematical Practices described in the CCSS. As a department, we believe that all students can learn mathematics. We are committed to providing all students with
mathematical experiences that will prepare them for the challenges of the 21st century.

Featured Courses

Rutgers Medical Math

This dual enrollment course will provide a review of basic mathematical calculations and will instruct the learner on how to convert equivalents from one system to another and accurately mix and measure drugs.

AP Calculus BC

This course covers topics in differential and integral calculus, including concepts and skills of limits, derivatives, definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and series.


In addition to our regular classes, our department provides specialized coursework for students of the following academies:

AP Capstone

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are college level courses with a higher expectation than honors and college preparatory courses. Upon the completion of these courses, students are prepared for the appropriate AP Exam.

Health Science Academy

The Dover High School Health Sciences Academy is a comprehensive four-year program designed for students with an interest in pursuing careers in a variety of health and medical fields.

Honors Learning Community

Dover High School offers the Honors Learning Community for students in Grade 9. The purpose is to provide an interdisciplinary thematic approach to promote student learning.

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