Seventh grade students are assessed and placed in seventh-grade math or Pre-Algebra. Both math programs are taught with textbooks by noted authors, Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell. These programs develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts and help students extend their math knowledge.

In seventh grade math, students are taught to work with integers, rational numbers, inequalities, ratios, proportions and percents. In addition students study circles, surface area, volume and probability and statistics.

In Pre-algebra, students gain a foundation in algebra while preparing them for future courses in geometry, probability and data analysis. They study variables, expressions, integers and rational numbers, learn to solve multi-step equations and inequalities, work with percents, ratios, proportions, probability and linear functions. Students also study real numbers and right triangles as well as area, volume, angle relationships and transformations.

All students also engage in monthly projects based on the current unit of study that help them see real-life uses of the concepts they are learning.