Here are just a few apps you can download in the App Store (some may be available for other phone models) to help you succeed in class! Note, these are not required, but may be useful during the year. Check the announcements for any new apps that have been added to this page.
Get access to your class's posts, notifications, and other posted documents.
Classcraft helps teachers manage, motivate and engage their students by transforming their classroom into a role-playing game.
MATH 42 helps students from the 5th to the 12th grade with math — starting with homework to the preparation for tests — by (1) presenting intelligent recommendations, showing how to solve a problem, by (2) giving detailed, illustrated step by step solutions, and (3) a Training and Test Mode that allows you — thanks to statistics — to evaluate your progress and improve yourself.
Use your finger to calculate expressions using square roots, exponents, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and trigonometry.
Dade Schools Mobile
This new app includes many convenient features that keeps you up to date with our school. Click here for more details.
MathChat is a free app that provides homework help. Simply post a picture of the problem and someone can tutor you through it. It has a chat box and drawing tools to make the process easier than ever.
This app is PERFECT for the beginner calculus high school, college, or university math student. FUN games move you from easy math concepts to algebra and tougher introductory calculus concepts. Practice your math, algebra and calculus skills while enjoying humour, graphics and an easy GAME!.
Free Graphing Calculator
A powerful, flexible graphing calculator . . . and it's free! Features: 1) Scientific Calculator, 2) Graphing, 3) A unit converter, 4) Constants for scientific calculations, 5) It can make a table of the values of any function you care to enter, 6) Help screens linked directly to many of the available functions and constants, algebra, 7) Forumulas for differential and integral calculus, geometry, trigonometry, vectors, vector calculus, and classical mechanics, and 9) Statistics