2024-2025 School Year

Geometry CP (Section C) GVL

Students must have approval from the High School Learning Differences Administrator, or Suzanne Brown, Executive Director, to enroll in this class.

This Readiness Test is highly encouraged, but not required for UHC enrollment purposes.

Course Description

There is no honors option for this class. The size of the class will remain under 10 with a predominantly hands on approach including math notebooking. This class covers traditional high school geometry topics while including logic and proof. It does not only teach the student geometric principles, but also guides the student through a thought process in which mathematical ideas are discovered. Class time will include direct instruction as well as much collaborative work.

Geometry Virtual Lab is recommended for students who would benefit from an extra live practice session.

To be successful in this class:

Materials must be brought to class each day. Students will be expected to spend approximately one hour working on geometry outside of class time per day. Daily homework will be assigned. Tests will be given to be taken at home, proctored by a parent. Good reasoning skills are critical to geometry; some of these skills will be developed during the course of study, but incoming students need to be able to follow a series of “if-then” statements to a logical conclusion.

Summer homework: There will be some required homework due the first day of class, primarily from Chapter 0 of the text. The total time spent on this homework will be on the order of two to three hours.

Grades: 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade

Fees: $450 (smaller class size) + $ 40 materials fee


Algebra 1

Summer Assignment

Course Credit: 1 math

Required Materials


  • All Things Geometry – Bound and printed student text and digital parent answer key will be provided

Other materials:

  • 3-ring binder (at least 1 in.)
  • Calculator with basic trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan)
  • Bow compass
  • Protractor
  • Straight edge or ruler
  • Mechanical pencil
  • Blank (unlined) paper (no spiral notebooks!)