High School Mathematics

Welcome to the Grade 9-12 Mathematics website.

Games from Aboriginal People of North America Website (MathCentral from U of R)

Carlton High School, Prince Albert, has videos for our math courses.

Check out this Canadian website from University of Waterloo with weekly math problems/solutions. You can subsribe for their weekly e-mails by going to:

Grade specific materials can be found in the following links:

Grade 9       Grade 10        Grade 11          Grade 12          Math 11/21

Ministry of Education Curriculum
Pathways for Grades 10-12 Mathematics is organized into 3 pathways: Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics; Foundations of Mathematics; and Pre-Calculus. There are documents from the Ministry of Education explaining all three pathways:

All mathematics curricula is available on the Ministry of Education Website.

Post Secondary Entrance Requirements  - SIAST, University of Regina, and University of Saskatchewan

Teacher Information


  • All secondary mathematics teachers are invited to attend the monthly Mathematics Curriculum Advisory Committee meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of every month from 4:15-5:15 p.m. at the Board Office.


  • Abacus International Math Challenge is a British website for grades 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8 students. Students complete different math tasks and may choose to submit their solutions to the author of the task for comments.
  • Grade 7-9 Numeracy Tasks were developed to help our students to become mathematical thinkers. Simon Fraser University created these tasks to help teachers create a learning environment to promote "mathematical thinking". These tasks require students to make decisions about assumptions they have. The role of the teacher is to help students decode the task, but then leave the students alone to work in groups to solve the task.

Math Manipulatives

  • Here is the list of math manipulatives that were purchased to support the implementation of new math curricula.