Euclidean Geometry uses informal and formal logical reasoning processes to study congruence, similarity, parallelism, symmetry, perpendicularity, and more. The students use a variety of algebraic and geometric techniques to study this content such as deductive and inductive reasoning, synthetic approaches, and coordinate approaches. This course explores volume, area, characteristics of polygons, an introduction to trigonometry, parallel and perpendicular lines, and circles. Students requesting to move into honors courses during the scheduling process will be required to demonstrate readiness for the honors course. This will include a four-week Ethos seminar and a placement test.