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Hello and welcome to Mr. Nappers Advanced Honors Geometry Page!

Geometry is a fascinating branch of mathematics that deals with the study of shapes, sizes, and the properties of space. It is used in various fields, including architecture, engineering, and art. The word "geometry" comes from the Greek words "geo" meaning "earth" and "metron" meaning "measure." Therefore, geometry is the measurement of the earth.The Golden Ratio, also known as the Divine Proportion, is a mathematical ratio that appears in many geometric shapes, such as the spiral found in the Nautilus shell and the shape of a pineapple. It is often considered to be aesthetically pleasing and is used in art and architecture.

This course will facilitate maximum interchange of ideas among students: independent study, self-directed research & learning, and appropriate use of technology. Geometry emphasizes congruence, similarity, right triangle trigonometry, coordinate geometry, and modeling geometry concepts in real life situations. This course also introduces students to geometric constructions. Students extend their understanding of surface area and volume from previous grade levels by using unit analysis and the coordinate plane to solve problems in the real world. Finally, this course further develops student use of visual representations to understand and compute probabilities.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
     Lines and Angles
    Parallel and Perpendicular Lines   
    Transformations on a plane and coordinate plane
    Triangle Congruence
    Quadrilaterals and Triangles

    Geometric Similarity
    Right Triangle Trigonometry
    Coordinate Geometry
​    Volume and Surface Area

Parent Teacher Conferences - March 18

Parents and students, check grades regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password.


Students will use Clever to access online textbooks and assignments in Schoology or Teams. Parents may see course material and student work in the Schoology Parent Portal. 


You can access your Office 365 account by clicking here. The username and password are the same as your computer login at school.

CMS Tardy Policy

Per Semester

1st – Warning

2nd- Warning and parent contact- conference with student

3rd- Referral to Administration for lunch detention

4th- Referral to Administration for after school detention

5th- Referral to Administration for parent conference, possible ISS and further disciplinary action as needed.


**After School Detention will be assigned by Administration (Dr. Guthrie).