Geometry is a primarily sophomore class that is required to graduate. By the end of the school year students will understand different theroms and postulates. Geometry also helps build critical thinking and logical skills necessary for everyday life.

If you are looking for more of a challenge you might want to take Accelerated Geometry. You can earn an honors point if you take this class.

Triangle shapes are often used in construction because of their great strength.

The word 'geometry' comes from the Greek words 'geo', meaning earth, and 'metria', meaning measure.

Euclid came up with the idea of geometry.

"I enjoy using the pythagorean theorum because it's easy." -Donovan J.

"There's a lot of things to learn and the usefullness of the skills you can learn." -Danny D.

"Don't forget the things you learn in algebra 1. Algebra is the base for most of the math classes." -Ryan K.

"Make sure you take a lot of notes because whenever you have questions you can refer back to them without having to ask the teacher." -Holly T.

"The atmosphere in geometry is great, posistive and helpful. I really loved my class. I didn't just only learn about geometry, but i learned many important things and lessons about life aswell." -Farhana S.

"The atmosphere is very positive and productive overall. The class is very interesting!" -Lily G.

"My favorite thing I learned is the Pythagorem Theorem because I didn't think it would be that easy to do." -Edward H.

"My favorite thing I learned is SOHCAHTOA because it helps me remember trig." -Richard S.

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