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GHS Mathematics Department

 

Program Overview

Greenwich High School Mathematics Department is comprised of 29 teachers under the leadership of Folsom House and Mathematics Department Administrator, Andrew Byrne.

Courses taught range from Mathematics for English Language Learners to AP Statistics to AP and Advanced Calculus, including all courses in between. The department is home to the Computer Science curriculum, in CSS, HTML, JavaScript and Java.

  • View the summary chart depicting the current course sequence by grade level.

Program Contact Information

Mr. Andrew Byrne
Program Administrator
andrew_byrne@greenwich.k12.ct.us

Ms. Victoria Quatrone
Administrative Assistant
victoria_quatrone@greenwich.k12.ct.us
(203)625-8054

The best way to contact a teacher is via email. Please see the staff directory for contact information.

Assessment Information

Juniors participate in the State of Connecticut SAT test as part of the State graduation requirement in Mathematics.

Science, Math and Technology Awards

The Science, Math and Technology Awards is an annual celebration of students who have demonstrated exemplary performance in their respective STEM courses.  The Awards Ceremony is held each Spring.

Resources

Exam and Summer Review Packets

Exam review packets, answer keys, formula sheets and a schedule of exam review sessions can be found by joining our Schoology Math Department Review Course, using COURSE access code P9V9X-H6V37.

Math Learning Center

Our teachers staff the Math Learning Center in Sheldon 416 throughout the day, where students can receive support on a drop-in basis.

Math Test Taking Center

Our Math Department Test Taking Center in Folsom 3A, is staffed with math teachers daily and is a location where students can complete make up exams during their open blocks.

Clubs and Teams

We are home to the State Champion Mathematics League team (meets in Folsom 306 each Monday after school), CyberPatriot and American Computer Science League teams (see Ms. Bolger in Folsom House for more information) and Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society (See Dr. Gundel in Clark House for additional information). Each spring our students participate in the AMC 10 and AMC 12 and for over a decade, our students have gone on to participate in the AIME and USMAO competitions as well. Students interested these competitions should speak with their Math teacher when the contests are announced in December.