The Project Code Foundation is providing this course for FREE as part of its mission to enrich student learning in STEM.
This exploratory Geometry course builds up the skills needed in high school mathematics, such as problem visualization and critical thinking, while also reviewing previous mathematical concepts. The primary goal in Geometry is to help student learn how to prove theorems in a mathematically and logically sound way, while also showing real life applications of the concepts learned. This course is suggested for students who have finished an Algebra 1 or equivalent course and will be a primer for the year to come. It is not recommended as a review course, but may function as one.
Date: July 20 – August 7 (3 weeks)
Time: Mon–Fri 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Online
This course will cover:
  • Fundamentals of Geometry
  • Similar and Congruent Triangles
  • Centers of triangles
  • Geometric Construction
  • Two column proofs
  • Analysis of circles and polygons
  • Geometric transformations
  • Introduction to Trigonometry
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Participants should have a solid grasp of:
  • Perimeter, Area, and Angles
  • Exponents
  • Square Roots
  • Linear Equations and Inequalities
  • Exponential functions
  • Arithmetic with Polynomials
  • System of equations
  • Solving quadratics


Shawn Wang
Shawn is an incoming junior at Lynbrook who is passionate for economics, boy scouts, and all things STEM. He has a passion for teaching younger students, and hopes to become a high school teacher one day. He also has extensive leadership experience through serving in Boy Scouts Troop 452. During his free time he is usually found playing Beat Saber, binging Youtube documentaries or eating whatever leftovers there are in the fridge.