Course Description
Statistics is a rigorous course that analyzes and interprets the behavior and nature of statistics.  This is a course in which students learn basic statistics through to complex statistics.  Students will not only learn what the textbook definition is, but where, when, how and why a particular type of data is compiled, analyzed and used.  There will be some analysis of statistics used every day and some application projects in which students conduct surveys and/or experiments in order to analyze the data. This course meets entrance requirements for university admission.

Textbook – Understanding Basic Statistics

by: Charles Henry Brase and Corrine Pellillo Brase

Students may check out a textbook book from the bookstore as an additional resource.  It is the student’s responsibility to take notes and keeps materials organized in order to study and use as a reference.  Parents are encouraged to examine student notes and homework and help with student organizational skills.