After searching high and low for a good question bank to use with Jurgensen Geometry, I decided to take create my own.
This is a 45 problem question bank that corresponds quite well for Jurgensen Geometry Chapter 2 (the last good geometry text IMHO) and should be useful for most relatively standard geometry textbooks. These questions reflect the material in Chapter 2 of the 2000 (McDougal Littell) edition (reprinted in 2011). Nearly all the questions are dynamically generated. For some, that means mostly that the point labels in figures are randomized, so the labels will be different on multiple versions of a test or quiz. For other problems, values like angle and segment measures are randomized. Most of the conditional statements have random hypotheses and conclusions.
There are 15 problems on conditional statements and six problems about segment/angle addition and midpoints/bisectors. There are three short proofs, one with a few missing statements and reasons. The rest are questions about figures with angles, segments, rays, and lines. All figures are original creations.
This was created in ExamView 7.50, and you could easily make some modifications. The most obvious would be to replace hypotheses and conclusions with topics that most interest your students in either high school or middle school geometry.