Math Department


decorative graphic Math Department


To email the math department chairperson, Brian Schwartz, click here.

Click here for a course catalog.

To contact a member of the Math Department, go to the staff directory.  Enter “Math” in the search field and click “search.” Scroll the results for the desired department member. Email links and classroom site links are available for every math teacher.

The study of Mathematics and related problem-solving techniques transcends all disciplines and prepares students to lead meaningful and successful lives in any career choice.  The Mathematics program at Suffern High School is designed to provide students with a challenging course of study that meets their interest and skill level while preparing them for continued success in future courses and programs.  The study of math has relevance in countless applications in our lives, and our coursework highlights the applicability of mathematical operations and solutions in real-world problem solving situations.

General Program Information

Students must successfully complete three years of math and pass one Common Core Regents exam in Mathematics for a Regents diploma and pass Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra  II Common Core Regents exams for an Advanced Regents Diploma.

Continuation in a math program is generally based upon students successfully completing any prerequisite course and passing the associated Regents examination, or obtaining both math department chair and administrative approval.  Final determination of course placement resides with the school.

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Athletics Advisory:

Please be aware that, as per Section One guidelines, visiting team fans can not attend athletic contests on any Suffern Central Campus.  Regarding home team fans, only those spectators whose names appear on our approved list that is provided to us by the athletes will be permitted to attend a contest.  All other spectators will have to remain in their cars or leave the campus.