Ed Brown, GSB Upper School Teacher
In an intensive six-week program, students will complete a full course of Euclidean geometry, including formal proofs, with a focus on skills and techniques that are required in higher mathematics courses and on standardized tests. Special emphasis is placed on the types of problems that students will encounter on the PSAT and SAT exams. Cooperative learning will be used to encourage the development of communication, reasoning and problem-solving skills. Course credit and advancement to algebra II and trigonometry will be given to Gill St. Bernard's School students who attain a B- or better in this summer course. Course credit may also be available to students from other schools. Pre-requisite: algebra I. No class on Wednesday, July 4.