Geometry Tutoring, Test Prep, and Course Help
3 easy steps to improve Geometry scores
Geometry is a math course in high school. It'll guide you through concepts in the 9th grade or 10th grade after the Algebra 1 course
Geometry Online Courses @ $109
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Geometry courses with an personal online tutor will prepare you for the study of high school and college math like algebra 2, pre calculus, calculus, linear algebra.
These Geometry courses are designed to provide an adaptive learning experience that scaffold the experience to develop readiness for high school math in your child. Students solve geometry worksheets with examples of reallife situations. They are based on the Common Core standards have been created using curriculum mapping techniques.
What do each of these Geometry Programs have for you?

A geometry free Diagnostic Assessment to analyze your Geometry and math skills.

A customized Learning Plan based on the evaluation of your solved Diagnostic Assessment

Five interactive, live, engaging and fun zoom lessons with an expert high school geometry tutor. **

Flexible schedules from the comfort and safety of your home.

Topic specific Formative assessments and Geometry practice.

A Final Summative Assessment for the specific Geometry course
RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITE: Completion of Pre Algebra Topics/Courses
Each of these lessons are supported by geometry worksheets with customized geometry problems to ensure assimilation of concepts taught. Formative Assessments and a Summative geometry tests inform us about student's progress.
**The number of lessons could vary depending on the student's abilities.
Online High School Geometry Programs
For Grades 910

Definition of Congruency

Congruent Triangles

Congruent Triangles criterion (ASA, HL, AAS, SAS, SSS)

Rigid motion and congruence

Congruency in Parallelograms

Definition of Similarity in Polygons

Similarity of triangles (AA & SSS criterion)

Congruency and similarity of triangles

Similarity rules for triangles

Scale Factor of Similar Triangles (Perimeter, Area)

Special Right Triangles (454590, 306090)

Trigonometric ratios for acute angles (SOHCAHTOA Formula)

Applications of Right Angles, Trigonometry

Laws of Sines and Cosines

Calculate Density, Mass and Volume

Geometric Modeling and Design

Transformations in the coordinate plane

Rotations, reflections, translations and dilations

Congruence & Similarity Transformations

Similarity of circles

Relationships among inscribed angles, tangents, radii, and chords.

Arc lengths and area of sectors of a circle

Convert between radians and degrees

Inscribed and Circumscribed Circles

Lines & Angles Theorems (line & angle bisectors; transversals of parallel lines)

Triangle Theorems and Proofs

Congruent Triangle Proofs (CPCTC)

Similarity Triangle Proofs

Parallelogram Theorems and Proofs

Geometric constructions with a variety of tools and methods

Regular polygons inscribed in a circle.

Inscribed & Circumscribed Circles of a Triangle

Angles in inscribed quadrilaterals

Tangent line to a Circle

Circumference and Area of a circle

Volume of prisms

Volume of cylinders

Volume of pyramids and cones

Volume of spheres

Crosssections and Solids of revolution

Shapes on the coordinate plane

Slopes of Parallel & Perpendicular lines

Equations of Parallel & Perpendicular lines

Midpoint Formula

Distance Formula

Area & Perimeter in the coordinate plane

Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular lines

Equations of Circles

Graphing circles

Focus and Directrix of a Parabola

Equations of Parabolas

Graphing parabolas
Geometry Curriculum and Course Plan
The Geometry curriculum is based on the High School Math Common Core Standards.
The Geometry course will prepare you for the study of high school math topics that'll be helpful in learning advanced math concepts of algebra 2, pre calculus and calculus. Geometry topics included in this course are geometric definitions, transformations, Pythagorean theorem, properties of circles and triangles, congruent triangles, similar triangles, volume of solid shapes like the sphere, cone etc. Geometry proofs examples help students get a better hold of necessary concepts.
The high school geometry course has been designed to provide an adaptive learning experience that scaffolds the experience to develop readiness for learning advanced math and STEM concepts .
Srl #  Common Core Area  Common Core Code  Common Core Standard (Topic)  #Lessons 

1  Congruence  Math.CC.HSGCO.A.1  Geometric definitions  25 
2  Math.CC.HSGCO.A.2  Transformations in the coordinate plane  
3  Math.CC.HSGCO.A.3  Rotations and reflections for regular polygons  
4  Math.CC.HSGCO.A.4  Definitions of rotations, reflections, and translations  
5  Math.CC.HSGCO.A.5  Drawing the transformed figure  
6  Math.CC.HSGCO.B.6  Use definition of congruence  
7  Math.CC.HSGCO.B.7  Congruence of triangles in rigid motions  
8  Math.CC.HSGCO.B.8  Criterion for triangle congruence (ASA, SAS, and SSS)  
9  Math.CC.HSGCO.C.9  Theorems about lines and angles  
10  Math.CC.HSGCO.C.10  Theorems about triangles  
11  Math.CC.HSGCO.C.11  Theorems about parallelograms  
12  Math.CC.HSGCO.D.12  Geometric constructions with a variety of tools and methods  
13  Math.CC.HSGCO.D.13  Equilateral triangle, a square, and a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle.  
14  Similarity Right Triangles and Trigonometry  Math.CC.HSGSRT.A.1  Properties of dilations given by a center and a scale factor; Dilation of a line segment  10 
15  Math.CC.HSGSRT.A.2  Definition and explanation of similarity in terms of similarity transformations  
16  Math.CC.HSGSRT.A.3  Similarity of triangles using the AA and SSS criterion  
17  Math.CC.HSGSRT.B.4  Theorems about Congruency and similarity of triangles  
18  Math.CC.HSGSRT.B.5  Congruence and similarity criteria for triangles  
19  Math.CC.HSGSRT.C.6  Definitions of trigonometric ratios for acute angles.  
20  Math.CC.HSGSRT.C.7  Relationship between the sine and cosine of complementary angles.  
21  Math.CC.HSGSRT.C.8  Trigonometric ratios and the Pythagorean Theorem  
22  Modeling with Geometry  Math.CC.HSGMG.A.1  Geometric shapes, their measures, and their properties to describe objects  3 
23  Math.CC.HSGMG.A.2  Concepts of density based on area and volume in modeling situations  
24  Math.CC.HSGMG.A.3  Apply geometric methods to solve design problems  
25  Circles  Math.CC.HSGC.A.1  Similarity of circles  10 
26  Math.CC.HSGC.A.2  Relationships among inscribed angles, radii, and chords.  
27  Math.CC.HSGC.A.3  Construction of the inscribed and circumscribed circles of a triangle; properties of angles for a quadrilateral inscribed in a circle.  
Math.CC.HSGC.B.5  Measuring arcs, radians and sectors of a circle  
28  Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations  Math.CC.HSGGPE.A1  Equation of a circle of given center and radius using the Pythagorean Theorem  
29  Math.CC.HSGGPE.A2  Equation of a parabola given a focus and directrix  
30  Math.CC.HSGGPE.B.4  Geometry problems on the coordinate plane  7  
31  Math.CC.HSGGPE.B.5  Using slope criteria for parallel and perpendicular lines  
32  Math.CC.HSGGPE.B.6  Dividing line segments; Midpoint formula  
33  Math.CC.HSGGPE.B.7  Coordinates to compute perimeters of polygons and areas of triangles and rectangles  
34  Geometric Measurement and Dimension  Math.CC.HSGGMD.A.1  Volume formulas  5 
35  Math.CC.HSGGMD.A.3  Volume word problems with cones, cylinders, and spheres  
36  Math.CC.HSGGMD.B.4  Shapes of twodimensional crosssections of threedimensional objects  
37  60 