Proof that math shapes minds. A Grade Ahead’s Geometry program provides students with an edge in one of the most difficult classes of their high school career. Including the concepts contained in the curriculum, Geometry students will also enhance:

  • logic and reasoning
  • supporting arguments
  • spatial dexterity
  • a broad Geometrical vocabulary

Geometry students receive a full Geometry curriculum section, composed of analytical, real-world problems.

Curriculum & Samples: Geometry
# Month Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
1 June Algebraic Properties;
Points, Lines, Planes, and Angles
If-Then Statements and Converses Proving Theorems and Planning Proofs Speacial Pairs of Angles and Perpendicular Lines
2 July Parallel Lines Proving Lines are Parallel Angles Congruent and
Isosceles Triangles
3 August
Test #1
Congruent and
Isosceles Triangles
Medians, Altitudes, and Perpendicular Bisectors Parallelograms Special Parallelograms
and Trapezoids
4 September Distance Formula, Slope, and Midpoint Formula Parallel and Perpendicular Lines;Vectors Graphing and Writing Linear Equations Coordinate Proofs and Constructible Numbers
5 October Inequalities for One Triangle, Indirect Proofs Inequalities for Two Triangles, Ratio and Proportion Similar Polygons Graphing Inequalities
6 November Right Triangles Trigonometry Rectangles;Parallelograms, Triangles, and Rhombuses Trapezoids and Regular Polygons
7 December
Test #2
Slope, Distance and Midpoint Formula, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Linear Equation, Vectors, Coordinate Proofs, Constructible Numbers Inequalities for One and Two Triangles, Graphing Inequalities, Indirect Proofs Right Triangles, Trigonometry Ratio & Proportion, Similar Polygons, Rectangles, Parallelograms, Triangles, Rhombi, Trapezoids, Regular Polygons
8 January Circles Arcs, Central Angles, Chords, and Inscribed Angles Circumferences and Areas of Circles, Arc Lengths, and Area of Sectors Circles and
Lengths of Segments
Preparation for State Standardized Tests February
(ALWAYS sent in the month of Feb unless requested otherwise)
Review of previous key topics with focus on strategies in the following areas:
(1) Showing your work
(2) Solving word problems
(3) Using graphics
9 March
Solids, Polyhedra, and Geometric Probability Prisms and Pyramids Cylinders and Cones Spheres, Similar Solids, and Ratio of Areas
10 April
Transformations & Translations Reflections Rotations & Dilations Composition & Symmetry
11 May
(Final Testing)
Review of Months 8-10 and Testing
Word Problems are included in every day's material.

Curriculum Samples
  • Sample 1  
  • Sample 2

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