I am looking for an onine geometry class for my high schooler. It would be great if it was interactive or at least had some feedback mechanism. Any tips?

Second Outschool. My nearly 6yr old loves the classes (not geometry). The classes are small (you can also do 1-on-1) and teachers know how to teach online.

My DD is taking Pre-Algebra 2 now, and it's much more challenging than her school math classes. Oddly, the weekly classes are like chat session. no live video. DD seems happy with this, though, and I'm liking that it's anonymous. They focus on the math.

Outschool has been our favorite for interactive classes. This is first semester geometry, but I see several options on there. https://outschool.com/classes/geometry-a-part-1-Vkyn1WT6?sectionUid=3a065492-b758-452b-9d10-6e9cfd0ca837#usdz3nJSw8

Second Outschool. My nearly 6yr old loves the classes (not geometry). The classes are small (you can also do 1-on-1) and teachers know how to teach online.

I have been very happy with Khan Academy math lessons. When you get an answer wrong it makes you work through the steps needed for the correct answer.

Art of Problem Solving has a Geometry class:

https://artofproblemsolving.com/school/course/intro-geometryMy DD is taking Pre-Algebra 2 now, and it's much more challenging than her school math classes. Oddly, the weekly classes are like chat session. no live video. DD seems happy with this, though, and I'm liking that it's anonymous. They focus on the math.