• Geometry
    Geometry is the second course of mathematics for students at the high school level and will cover the Michigan Merit Curriculum high school content expectations for Geometry. Students should have prior knowledge of simple geometric shapes (recognizing, classifying and applying properties), basic similarity and congruence theorems and have the ability to find area and volume of basic shapes. Students will further develop analytic and spatial reasoning skills and will apply information about two-dimensional figures to three-dimensional figures. The course will emphasize measurement and precision, mathematical reasoning, shape and shape relationships between figures, right triangle trigonometry, formal logic and proof, geometric postulates, definitions and theorems, and transformations of figures in the plane.