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Honors Geometry

This Geometry course can follow any Algebra I program, whether the student has used Saxon Algebra I, Jacob’s Elementary Algebra, or another First year Algebra course. This course presents all the geometrical concepts in a traditional fashion to the high school student. This course will sufficiently prepare the student for questions on the math section of the PSAT, ACT, or SAT standardized tests. Students completing this course as well as a previous Algebra I program will be ready to take the traditional second year of Algebra II. The Kolbe Academy recommended course of study includes continuing with Honors Algebra 2 and Trigonometry upon successful completion of this Honors Geometry course.

This course is typically done in 9th or 10th grade. Topics include: conditional statements, direct and indirect proofs, Pythagorean theorem, lines and angles, congruence, inequalities, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, transformations, area, similarity, the right triangle, circles, the concurrence theorems, regular polygons and the circle, geometric solids and an introduction to trigonometry. Kolbe Honors (OH) students will also cover conic sections.

Students taking this course for Kolbe Honors (H) credit are expected to complete daily assignments, periodic exams and quizzes as assigned by their parent.  Kolbe Honors (H) students will go into more depth and cover more material than the Kolbe Core (K) students.

Assignment due-dates and some grades are established by the parent.  To receive honors credit with Kolbe Academy, students must submit a number of designated assignments to Kolbe Academy for grading, usually exams and select papers.  The parent- and Kolbe-established grades are averaged to produce the final grade for the honors course. Alternatively, a student may enroll in the Self-Paced Plus© grading assistance program to receive additional grading assistance by a Kolbe Academy faculty or staff member on designated assignments in the course.  In this case, parents may still submit grades for the student to be averaged in with the required Kolbe-graded honors assignments, or they may use the teacher-graded materials only to receive credit.

  • Geometry: A Guided Inquiry, G.D. Chakerian, Calvin D. Crabill, and Sherman K. Stein
  • Geometry: A Guided Inquiry Home Study Companion, Math Without Borders (This course companion is optional, but recommended. It is listed under the Geometry “Optional Material” section in the Kolbe Bookstore.)
  • Kolbe Digital License for Accompaniment to Geometry: A Guided Inquiry (This course companion is optional, but recommended. It is listed under the Geometry “Optional Material” section in the Kolbe Bookstore.)

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Other required material:

  • Hand-held Scientific Calculator. Calculators on mobile devices or computers are not acceptable.
  • Compass
  • Protractor

Note that this is the digital version of the homeschool course plan, which is found in the course’s associated Parent Group.  This course plan is built into the Schoology course for the student. 


Course Details:

Section Number


Grades (Typical)

 9 – 12 (9th, 10th)


Mrs. Powers

Lecture Format




Honors Fee


Subscription Length

1 year

Extension may be granted for an additional fee.

Self-Paced Plus


Credits (Type)

 10 (Math)

Transcript Designation



Algebra 1

Companion Courses

Biology or Honors Biology


Also offered at the Kolbe Core (K) level.