Recommendations: Students should have an A- (90%) average in Honors Algebra I. A TI-83 or a TI-84 calculator is required.
Honors Geometry is a one-year in depth analytical study of Geometry. It is designed to stimulate deeper learning by creating and applying theorems about polygons, lines, angles, polyhedrons, and circles. Students are required to go beyond definitions and formulas to discover and prove why these theorems are true. Logical reasoning and proof is a major component of this class. This course also includes a review of many algebraic concepts as well as an introduction to trigonometry.