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    • Georgia Tech’s

      Distance Math Program


      Prospective Student Meeting – LHS room 1811


      To be announced



      This meeting will be broadcast from Georgia Tech to participating high schools.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to see and feel the format used daily for the classes. 


      The meeting includes presentations about the admission process by the office of undergraduate admission and overview of the distance math classes by the professors.  There will be time for questions from students and schools. 

       Click on this link to see the 2019 presentation.




      AP Calculus AB/BC


      Application Required for the 2020 - 2021 School Year


      Please be aware that Lambert High requires students to go through an application process to be considered for the limited seating AP Calculus AB/BC block course.  Students will also be encouraged to take a skills test to provide additional data for program consideration (see skills test information below).  Performance on the skills test, teacher recommendation, mathematics courses completed, and summative average for current mathematics course are some of the criteria that will be considered during the application process. 

      The application will be available beginning January 7th, 2020 and will close on January 24th, 2020 at 5 pm.  The application is available online


      For more information, please contact Ms. Melissa Wilson (room 2216).


      Skills Test 

      This 20 minute, non-calculator test will be given during your lunch on Wednesday, January 29th. More information on location and time will be provided after all applications have been received.


      Topics that may appear:

      • Simplifying expressions
      • Factoring
      • Domain and range of functions
      • Unit circle values using radians
      • Solving equations
      • Graphing, analyzing, and evaluating functions
      • Writing equations of lines in point-slope form