Honors Geometry is a highly rigorous course that is reserved for eighth grade students who completed Algebra I during their seventh grade year. Students study two- and three-dimensional objects and their properties. Main topics for this course include lines and angles, reasoning and proof, triangle similarity and congruence, right triangles with an introduction to trigonometry, quadrilaterals and other polygons, circles, surface area and volume of solids, coordinate geometry and transformations. A review of Algebra I concepts is embedded throughout the course to prepare students for future courses in mathematics. Prerequisites: entrance exam scores, teacher recommendation and completion of Algebra I in seventh grade.