The Clearwater High School Mathematics department is made up of 14 dedicated teachers, many of whom have advanced degrees; 9 of the teachers in the department have 15 or more years of teaching experience. In addition, many of the teachers have received individual honors for their teaching excellence.
Special emphasis is placed on preparing students for the state FCAT examination. Clearwater High School’s scores consistently rank towards the top of the Pinellas County Schools rankings. For the 2003-2004 school year, our average score was 328; this exceeded the county average of 327 and the state average of 320. In addition, CHS was ranked 4th in the district (out of 16 high schools) with an 83% passing rate. We also showed a 7% increase in the students scoring at level 3 and above, and a 10% increase in students moving from level 3 to level 4!
Course offerings range from Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus. Students are taught in a sequential manner, making certain each individual is prepared to progress to the next level class, both in high school and in preparation for collegiate mathematics classes. Attention is directed towards highest student achievement; at CHS, the teachers work together as a team. They truly care about their students and work diligently to provide them the best education possible