What is two subtract negative five hundred million. Okay that is way too much math but, for other people they can do it without thinking. That is why at springville we have regular, honors, and honors plus math classes that you can take. You may be thinking that this doesn’t apply to you but who know maybe someone will ask you a question about (honors) and who know you might know the answer to it.
What is the difference between honors and regular math? Well in honors they advance quicker and the students are ready to learn more. In regular math the students can be nosier ( It depends). They also spend more time making sure that they know what they are learning so it take a longer time ( this is not a bad thing though). Although it may seem like the same, the stress level is different too. Chloe Sleight, an eighth grade honor student here at SJHS, said “Yeah it can definitely be overwhelming”.
Although they are both honors, honors and honors plus, are very different. For example the eighth graders honor plus are combined with ninth grade honors. That makes it different because they are learning ninth grade honors math! Not eighth grade math! Mckenly Gross said “It’s fine it’s great”. The students advance really fast and learn a lot. In response to how students like math honors students really liked it and liked being with their friends. In math honors plus since they are so ahead they do not have to take math in some of their high school years because they have already learned it!
In the end SJHS math program is a great program that helps the students be in their level of math. Making it easier for students to learn. The school has great math teachers that help the students learn as much as they can. All the students never said any negative things about the math classes they were in. However the real question is what is the square root of five hundred seventy six. If you really want to know ask the honor students!