This is our newly revised High School Geometry Course that is aligned to the Common Core. All of the released PARCC Sample Questions are also embedded directly into the presentations. The 20142015 course is archived. You can get to that course by clicking this link.
Thank you to those who contribute to our ongoing cycle of improvement. Top contributors:
Suzanne NicholsSalazar  Perth Amboy, NJ
Ruth Tocco  Haddon Heights, NJ
Angela Slaterpryce  Schroon Lake, NY

Points, Lines, and Planes
Intro to Geometry
Points & Lines
Planes
Congruence, Distance & Length
Constructions & Loci

Angles
Angles
Congruent Angles
Angles & Angle Addition Postulate
Protractors
Special Angle Pairs
Proofs Special Angles
Angle Bisectors
Locus & Angle Constructions
Angle Bisectors & Constructions

Parallel Lines
Lines: Intersecting, Parallel & Skew
Lines & Transversals
Parallel Lines & Proofs
Properties of Parallel Lines
Constructing Parallel Lines

Triangles
Triangles
Triangle Sum Theorem
Exterior Angle Theorem
Inequalities in Triangles
Similar Triangles
 AA~
 SSS~
 SAS~

Similar Triangles & Trigonometry
Problem Solving w/ Similar Triangles
Similar Triangles & Trigonometry
Trigonometric Ratios
Inverse Trigonometric Ratios
Review of the Pythagorean Theorem
Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem
Special Right Triangles

Congruent Triangles
Congruent Triangles
Proving Congruence: SSS
Proving Congruence: SAS
Proving Congruence ASA
Proving Congruence AAS
Proving Congruence HL
Triangle Congruence Proofs
CPCTC
Isosceles Triangle Theorem

Circles
Parts of a Circle
Central Angles & Arcs
Arc Length & Radians
Chords, Inscribed Angles & Triangles
Tangents & Secants
Segments and Circles

Analytic Geometry
Origin of Analytic Geometry
Distance Formula
Midpoint Formula
Partitions of a Line Segment
Slopes of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
Eq of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
Triangle Coordinate Proofs
Equation of a Circle & Completing the Square

Transformations
Transformations
Translations
Reflections
Rotations
Identifying Symmetry w/ Transformations
Composition of Transformations
Congruence Transformations
Dilations
Similarity Transformations

Quadrilaterals
Polygons
Properties of Parallelograms
Proving Quads are Parallelograms
Rhombi, Rectangles & Squares
Trapezoids
Kites
Constructing Quadrilaterals
Families of Quadrilaterals
Proofs
Coordinate Proofs

Area of Figures
Area of Rectangles
Area of Triangles
Law of Sines
Area of Parallelograms
Area of Regular Polygons
Area of Circles & Sectors
Area of Other Quadrilaterals
Area and Perimeter of Figures in the Coordinate Plane

3D Geometry
Intro to 3D solids
Views & Drawings of 3D Solids
Surface Area of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids & Cones
Volume of Prisms Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids & Cones
Surface Area & Volume of Spheres
Cavalieri’s Principle
Similar Solids

Probability
Probability of Simple Events
Probability & Length
Probability & Area
13 Comments
I truly like the new navigation map and its tabs.Outstanding
Dear Mr. Cerritos, Thank you for your kind words. Please do not hesitate to leave additional feedback in any of our courses. Kind regards, Audra
I like the set up of the homework problem sets! :) I was wondering, will you be doing Unit Plans for this course like the others have? Thanks!
Dear Ms. Yoast, Yes, we have unit plans made in each unit. They can be found in the "Teacher Resource" category (found w/in each unit). Here is a link to the Unit Plan for the Parallel Lines Unit: https://njctl.org/courses/math/geometry/parallellines/attachments/parallellinesunitplan/ Kind regards, Audra
My class has found what we believe are errors in the homework answers. For Rotation homework, the anawer to #3c should be CD and the answer to to #CD. Also #4a and 4c are using the wrong rule. Correct answers for #4a we believe is (D(3,2); E(2,4); F(2,7), G(2,5); Correct answer for #4c is D(3,2); E(2,4); F(2,7); G(2,5). We also believe the answer to #5 is P'(5,1); Q'(4,3); R'(4,2); S'(2,3). Also #8 for the identifying symmetry with transformations. If you trace the figure and try to rotate it, it does not map onto itself.
Dear Ms. Gerdes, Thank you for your comment. We will be making changes to the problems &/or answers that you mentioned within the next few business days. I'll reply again once the updated files have been posted. Kind regards, Audra
Dear Ms. Gerdes, Thank you again for the comment that you left prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. The CWHW file has been changed to reflect the corrections that you mentioned, including the redrawing of the figures in the HW section of Identifying Symmetry with Transformations to make the answers correct. Kind regards, Audra
So what app do you recommend to open the notebook in. I want to get the correct app.
Dear Ms. Shields, Thank you for your comment. Please answer the two questions below & I can provide you with more assistance: 1) What type of computer do you have? 2) What operating system does it run on? For example, a PC can run on Windows 10 & a Mac can run on OS X El Capitan. Kind regards, Audra
I have the same question about running notebook, I have a Mac and can run OS X El Capitan.
Dear Ms. Kennedy, Thank you for the information that you provided. SMART Notebook for Macs that run on operating systems OS X Yosemite or later does cost money, $129.00 per year (subscription), to be exact. If you are still interested, please email me directly (audra@njctl.org), and I will be happy to provide you with the download & installation information. Kind regards, Audra
Do you have any resources for Proofs involving parallel lines and transversals?
Dear Ms. Jones, Yes, Proofs for Parallel Lines & Transversals can be found in our Parallel Lines unit. Proofs start on slide 66 in the presentation & in the corresponding topic title in the CWHW Word document. Kind regards, Audra