We were studying demonstrative geometry, so I thought if I read Euclid's Elements it would give me the proper conceptual basis to understand the theorems. But then I learned that Euclid's method of proving congruence is not accepted today and many of his propositions have no axioms to support them; so I am left where I started.
I want to read a good book that teaches the basics of Euclidean geometry pretty much like Euclid's Elements but does not use analysis or advanced mathematical methods, just simple geometrical theorems. Also, it should be rigorous and consistent with today's standards.
Some people might recognize this as a duplicate so let me just add one more thing; it should be able to be understood by any student with secondary level education. Euclid's Elements may not be rigorous but I was still able to understand it easily.