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Private Geometry Tutoring

Geometry Help

MathTowne is based in San Jose, CA. We offer one-on-one in person or online Geometry tutoring. Our team includes Geometry tutors in San Jose, Santa Clara, and the San Francisco Bay Area. We provide you with a vetted and professional private tutor to make Geometry become your child’s strong point. Our math tutors can meet in-person in the comfort of your own home, or remotely through a tablet or computer. 

The benefit of private tutoring

If your child finds Geometry homework and instruction to be overwhelming, you may need to hire a tutor. It’s very common for students to need Geometry help. Almost all students benefit from working one-on-one with a private tutor. You too can benefit from a private geometry tutor near you. Our expert math and science tutors look forward to helping your child to be successful in their geometry class.

How our Geometry tutors create results

Study skills & test-taking Strategies

Our team is dedicated to providing the necessary support for students to succeed in their academic goals. Our expert math tutors have many years of experience helping math students to form productive habits.

These include time management, study skills, and test-taking strategies. These fundamental skills enable students to better overcome the challenges of achieving academic excellence. 

in-home & online tutoring

MathTowne has online tutoring as well as in-home for whatever suits your needs. We guarantee our in-home tutors are professional, safe, and knowledgeable for your peace of mind.

If you choose to do remote lessons, we have some of the best online math tutors for Geometry available. Our online Geometry tutors love to teach math and are highly experienced in conducting fun and effective lessons.

Meet Your High School Geometry San Jose Tutor

Personalized instruction

Our team enjoys tutoring students at all levels of math. We ensure improvement in student performance in all aspects of their academics. We provide an in-depth breakdown of all subjects, tailored to the curriculum of their school. Our instructors are ready to answer your child’s Geometry questions. We work with students and help them learn how to study and solve problems effectively.

Supportive environment

Our tutors provide the level of support that will help students achieve high level expectations.  A positive attitude towards math is  key to success. We teach with a supportive approach where decision making, risk taking, and self-confidence are highly encouraged.

Learn more about our High School Geometry Tutoring Program

Many students will take Geometry or an equivalent class in 10th grade. High school Geometry will provide students with the basis for concepts. These concepts include points like lines, planes, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and much more. In fact, many high school geometry courses include the introduction of trigonometry.

These topics generally have been touched upon throughout a student’s academic career. Students are exposed to the concept in both elementary and middle school. However, these concepts will be formalized in high school through more precise definitions and proofs.

Application of High School Geometry

As students move higher up in grade, the abstract thinking proponent of geometry will also increase. Skills can be further built on for further application.

Studying geometry will provide students with the basis for critical thinking. Through analyzing 2 and 3 dimensional shapes, Geometry provides the basis for many useful skills.  Logic, deductive reasoning, analytical reasoning, and problem-solving will benefit students in the long run.

Expectations of High School Geometry

Upon completion of 10th grade Geometry, students will be able to understand transformations, some probability, and right triangle relationships.

Moving onto 11th and 12th grade, students will be expected to prove theorems about lines, angle, triangles, etc.

Further Program Topics

  • Mid-segment, Bisector, Median, and Altitudes of Triangles
  • Inequalities in Triangles
  • Ratios and Proportions
  • Similar Polygons
  • The Pythagorean and Special Right Triangles
  • Areas of Circles and Sectors
  • Surface Area and Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
  • Surface Area and Volume of Pyramids and Cones
  • Area and Volume of Similar Solids

Introductory Program Topics

  • Points, Lines and Planes
  • Segments, Rays, Parallel lines and Planes
  • Perimeter, Circumference, and Area
  • Deductive Reasoning
  • Proofs
  • Properties of Parallel Lines
  • Using Congruent Triangles CPCTC
  • Isosceles & Equilateral Triangles
  • Congruence in Right Triangles

I need help with my High school geometry Class

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Frequently Asked Questions

This will depend on you and your long term academic goals. Generally it is not recommended for students who are not strong in math, both due to workload and long term impact. Majority of students who do double up these subjects usually do so in Freshman year.

The purpose of this is to accelerate the coursework. In this case, Sophomore year would be Algebra 2, Junior will be Pre-Calculus, and Senior will be Calculus. Your middle school to high school transfer may also affect your choice. Doubling in eight grades might not have any real impact on your highschool.

What grade do schools teach geometry?
Most American high schools offer students Algebra1 in 9th grade and Geometry in 10th. However, you might be looking to accelerate your coursework and reduce the Geometry to Trigonometry/Algebra 2 timeline. It’s recommended that you either double up Geometry in 9th grade or take it over the summer.

Broadly speaking, if you are a more ‘visually’ inclined student, you may find Geometry to be a bit easier. Geometry is the study of shapes and deals with angles and dimensions. It might make more sense than the more abstract concepts in Algebra 1.

While both subjects differ greatly in concepts, one main area of crossover is the use of equations in graphs. Even though Algebra 1 does not specifically deal in shapes and angles, plotting lines and slopes is present in both subjects.

Algebra and geometry may seem quite removed from daily life when being used on homework, test prep, and tests. However, both these subjects serve as the foundation of products in science and engineering. Geometry in particular has strong ties in careers like architecture and is utilized by surveyors.