Students will be able to recognize and understand the utility of, and value of, mathematics.

Students will develop their full potential in mathematics.

Students will develop computational proficiency, and the ability to determine appropriateness of answers.

Students will become self-evaluators. 

Students will develop proficiency in problem-solving and higher order thinking.

Students will use technology to enhance mathematical problem-solving.

Students will use their mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills in their everyday life experiences.

Students will be able to make conjectures and conclusions, and be able to discuss their reasoning for such conjectures and conclusions.

Students will be able to relate mathematics to other school subject areas.

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the history of mathematics in world cultures.

Students will demonstrate an appreciation for the role of the Catholic Church in the history of mathematics and mathematicians.