Geometry

Geometry
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Two Semesters
One Credit Each Semester
This course is a graduation requirment.
Students must have taken and passed Algebra 1 prior to taking this course.

Special Note: A TI XIIS calculator is required for this course

Geometry provides students with experiences that deepen the understanding of shapes and their properties. This course stresses the use of deductive and inductive reasoning as well as investigative strategies in drawing conclusions and problem solving. This course formalizes and extends students geometric experiences from the middle grades. Students explore more complex geometric situations and deepen their explanations of geometric relationships, moving towards formal mathematical arguments. These critical areas comprise the Geometry course: Logic and Proofs; Congruency and Similarity; Measurement; 48 Analytic Geometry; Circles; Polygons; and Polyhedra.

Eligible students should sign up for Geometry A first semester.
Eligible students should sign up for Geometry B second semester.