The Renaissance approach to mathematics emphasizes connections between (1) skills and mathematical applications in other academic disciplines; and (2) real world experiences.

K-5 Students use Everyday Mathematics, developed by The University of Chicago’s School Mathematics Program. 6th-8th grade students use Prentice Hall Mathematics.

High School math instruction prepares students for the Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II-Trigonometry Regents Exams. Students are encouraged to continue in math either to higher theoretical math (Pre-Calculus and Calculus) or Practical Math, either at Renaissance or in one of the many College Now courses offered through its partnership with Queens College.