Cocalico High School's mathematics curriculum is designed to promote four career pathways for students: entering the workforce immediately following graduation; attending a technical school or two-year college; attending college to acquire a four-year degree; attending college and majoring in math, science, engineering, or a related field. For more information about the four career pathways and the recommended courses for each or for information regarding course requirements for graduation, please consult the Cocalico High School Educational Planning Guide or contact the high school counseling office at 336-1442.

Courses in Calculus and Statistics are also available at the Advanced Placement (AP) level. These courses follow the curriculum set forth by the College Board. For more specific curriculum information about AP courses, please go to