THIS IS A TWO-DAY CLASS WHICH MEETS BOTH TUESDAY AND THURSDAY.
(NOTE: Class times are NOT necessarily the same for the 2 class days.)
Students must have successfully completed an Algebra I course before enrolling in this class. We will study the branch of mathematics dealing with points, lines, planes, and solids, and examine their properties, measurements, and mutual relations in space. Geometric proofs and coordinate geometry, both of which promote logic and thinking skills, will also be used to learn this material. Much of the material in this course will be found on the math portion of the SAT and the ACT.
TEXTBOOK: Holt Geometry
Specific book and class information will be sent to students upon receipt of the deposit and supply fee.
Students must supply their own compass, protractor, ruler, and scientific calculator. If you prefer a graphing calculator, I would recommend a TI 84 Plus as it works well for future math classes, but is not required for Geometry.
Students will be expected to take detailed notes during classes and to complete daily homework assignments using their notes and textbook for reference. Students should expect to spend as much time outside of class on their work as they do attending class per week (3½ hours). This class will earn the student 1 high school honors credit in math.
Tuition: yearly tuition of $700 covers both classes per week
($675 if paid in full by the first day of classes)
Deposit: $100 (refundable before August 1)
Supply Fee: $50 (non-refundable)
Installments: $100 per month (Sept – Feb)
Student is NOT registered for the class until the Deposit and Supply Fee have been paid.