Due to rapid changes within the 21st century, new concerns are arising about the goals of school mathematics. The Mathematics Program of the Grade School attempts to relate technological change to curriculum outcomes by considering the set of behaviors needed to function in society in the new millennium. Such topics as estimation, application, measurement, graphing, and non-routine problem-solving are included in the curriculum. The program also integrates values and attitudes in keeping with the school’s vision and mission, thrust, and core values.
To be an intelligent citizen of tomorrow, CSA students need not only learn to apply mathematics to problems in their present environment, but also develop skills and master procedures which will enable them to solve new problems in our complex society and become globally competitive.
The Mathematics Program offers activities and experiences that will enhance the students’ positive attitude towards the subject. The students develop an appreciation of the subject as they comprehend and master basic concepts and skills in computations
The Mathematics Program commits itself to reinforcing the basic mathematical skills acquired in the Grade School, providing experiences in the acquisition of mathematical knowledge useful in basic and higher education, and inculcating values; such as responsibility, leadership, and honesty and developing habits like accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness.