This is a full year course that may be selected either second or third in the college prep curriculum. This study of Euclidean Geometry will allow students to apply their background of Algebra to better understand and appreciate the basic structure of Geometry and how it is related to other academic disciplines. Students will improve their thinking skills to solve practical and challenging problems from everyday life. Geometry will include the following topics: points, lines planes, and angles; deductive reasoning; parallel lines and planes; congruent triangles; quadrilaterals; inequalities of geometry; similar polygons; right triangles; circles; areas of plane figures; areas and volumes of solids; and coordinate geometry.

This is a full year course of study where students will develop a strong foundation in these topics: Tools of Algebra, Solving Equations, Solving Inequalities, Solving and Applying Proportions, Graphs and Functions, Linear Equations and Their Graphs, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Exponents and Exponentioal Functions, Polynomials and Factoring, and Quadratic Equations and Functions.

This is a full year course where students will develop a strong foundation in these topics: Tools of Algebra, Solving Equations, Solving Inequalities, Solving and Applying Proportions, as well as Graphs and Functions.