Geometry 60 Hour Summer Course

June 13 – July 8, 2022, see description for detailed date info
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Geometry 60 Hour Summer Course

Geometry 60 Hour Summer Course – SOLD OUT! Accepting waitlist spots only.

Dates: June 13 – July 8, 2022

Time: 8am – 12pm

Faculty:  Mr. Evan Korol

Prerequisites: Algebra 1.   SJP students need a recommendation from their current math teacher.  

Tuition: $1250

Course Description:

This course offers a full year of geometry for the student who wishes to complete geometry in the summer in order to advance to Algebra 2/Trigonometry the following fall.  This course is an intensive 60 hours of instruction at the honors level and demands the full dedication and commitment of the student.  

Topics will include:

  • Measurement,
  • Inductive and deductive reasoning,
  • Lines, triangles, congruence, similarity, polygons, transformations, formulas for perimeter and area,
  • Spatial reasoning,
  • Trigonometry

Substantial work must be completed outside of class time in order to master the necessary topics.  To take this course, students are required to have completed a full year of Algebra 1 with a high final average, and must have the recommendation of their Algebra 1 teacher.  There will be weekly tests and a cumulative exam will be administered at the end of the class.  Students will receive a grade, however, no credits will be assigned.  For students who do not attend St. John’s, a certificate will be mailed to their school showing the attendance record and final exam grade. Students are required to have a graphing calculator.

Class meets on the following dates: 

Week 1: Monday 6/13, Tuesday 6/14, Wednesday 6/15, Thursday 6/16  

Week 2: Tuesday 6/21, Wednesday 6/22, Thursday 6/23, Friday 6/24

Week 3: Monday 6/27, Tuesday 6/28, Wednesday 6/29, Thursday 6/30

Week 4: Wednesday 7/6, Thursday 7/7, Friday 7/8

All E/E programs are subject to change and every effort will be made to provide advance notice of such changes.  All E/E programs are contingent upon meeting minimum enrollment numbers, and programs that do not do so may be canceled at short notice.

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