Full year academic credit. This standard first course covers the required concepts of Euclidean Geometry including definitions, postulates and theorems - See website for full course description. Students who take this original credit course must have met the course pre-requisites of a 93 or higher in Algebra I or an 87 or higher in Accelerated Algebra I. All students must be present on the first day of class and write the final exam on the day assigned. Attendance to all classes is required. Any student missing more than two (2) days of class in either summer session will receive a failing grade in the course and will be withdrawn without refund. Tardy three (3) times to class will equal one day’s absence. Class begins promptly at designated times. There will be no in person classes between 6/26 and 7/6 but students may be required to complete assignments on their own. Students are required to attend both summer sessions. The course will be online and facilitated by a St. Thomas faculty member. The coursework must be completed under the supervision and instruction of the St. Thomas faculty member. This course will not be included in the student’s G.P.A. but the full year credit for Geometry will count towards graduation requirements. Upon completion of the course and based on performance, the student will be placed into either Algebra II/Trigonometry or Advanced Algebra II/Trigonometry. Students must receive their math teacher’s recommendation before registering for course. Students must attend both sessions. Entering STH 10th graders only. All needed materials provided except earbuds.