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Biology: 

Biology is a science course designed to introduce students to the basic fundamentals of biology-the study of life. Students will learn biological concepts, proper lab techniques and science procedures through a variety of inquiry labs, hands-on activities, group work, quizzes, tests and other instructional activities.

Grades: 9 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Biology:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Biology is an intensive course designed to be the equivalent of an introductory biology course taken in college. The emphasis is on developing an understanding of biological concepts. The student should understand and appreciate the science of biology as a process and a personal experience in scientific inquiry that develops their problem solving and critical thinking skills. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

Chemistry:

Students in this course, will explore the fundamental principles of chemistry which characterize the properties of matter and how it reacts. Computer-based techniques are used to obtain, organize and analyze data. Conclusions are developed using both qualitative and quantitative procedures. Topics include, but are not limited to: measurement, atomic structure, electron configuration, the periodic table bonding, gas laws, properties of liquids and solids, solutions, stoichiometry, reactions, kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, and nuclear chemistry.

Grades: 10 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Chemistry:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). This course is designed to be the equivalent of the general chemistry course taken during the first year of college. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of chemical and mathematical problem solving. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

Anatomy and Physiology:

Human Anatomy and Physiology is an “Honors” level class, in which students will investigate the structure and function of the human body. Topics covered will include the basic organization of the body; biochemical composition; and major body systems along with the impact of diseases on certain systems. Students will engage in many topics and competencies related to truly understanding the structure and function of the human body. Working from the topics of basic anatomical terminology to the biochemical composition of the human body, all the way into great detail of each of the major systems of the body, students will learn through reading materials, study guides, unit worksheets, group work, projects, and labs. High levels of achievement will be in effect.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

Genetics:

This course, is an “Honors” level class designed to educate students about developments in the field of Genetics, and to prepare them for college.  Inheritance patterns, birth defects, cellular biology, and biotechnology will be major areas of attention.  This course should be of particular interest to college bound students with ambitions toward medical or health-related careers.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This course can be offered in one or two semesters.

 

AP Physics 1:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics 1 is an algebra-based, first-time physics course covering mechanics, waves, and electricity.  The AP Physics 1 course is ideal for all college-bound, high school students.  For those who intend to major in math or the core sciences, Physics 1 is a great introduction to college level work. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course

 

AP Physics 2:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics II is an algebra-based physics course equivalent to a second-semester college course in physics. Students enrolled in this course will learn fluid mechanics; thermodynamics; electricity and magnetism; optics; atomic and nuclear physics. This course is intended for students with strong mathematical skills who enjoy scientific inquiry and are interested in a variety of physics topics. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

 

AP Physics C: Mechanics :

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). AP Physics C: Mechanics is equivalent to a calculus-based, college-level physics course, especially appropriate for students planning to specialize or major in physical science or engineering. The course explores topics such as kinematics; Newton’s laws of motion; work, energy and power; systems of particles and linear momentum; circular motion and rotation; and oscillations and gravitation. Introductory differential and integral calculus is used throughout the course. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

Physical Science:

Physical Science is the foundation for chemistry and physics. Students will begin by studying properties of matter leading into a study of basic chemistry. Students will also study forces and motion, the basic principles of physics. A strong emphasis is placed on the scientific method, and how it can be used to think critically and solve problems.

Grades: 7 - 9

Length: This is a full year course.

Earth Science:

The Earth science course is designed to interpret and understand the world around you.  Students will investigate and study the interactions between the four major Earth’s spheres, including the geosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere in order to explain Earth’s formation, processes, history, landscapes, how and why Earth changes over time.  The course will also explore how current actions of man interact and affect Earth’s spheres leading to local and global changes.  Topics to be addressed include, but are not limited to, the scientific method, mapping Earth’s surface, minerals, rocks, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, geologic time, and meteorology.

Grades: 6 - 9

Length: This is a full year course.

Life Science:

The life science course is designed to give students the necessary skills for a smooth transition from basic middle school science standards to high school biology standards. The purpose is to give all students an overview of common strands in life science including, but not limited to, diversity of living organisms, structure and function of cells, heredity, ecosystems, and biological evolution Students will develop the skill necessary to keep records of their observations and use those records to analyze the data they collect. They observe and use observations to explain diversity of living organisms and how the organisms are classified. They use different models to represent systems such as cells, tissues, and organs. They use what they know about ecosystems to explain the cycling of matter and energy. They use the concepts of natural selection and fossil evidence in explanations. Seventh graders write instructions, describe observations, and show information in graphical form. When analyzing the data they collect, students can recognize relationships in simple charts and graphs and find more than one way to interpret their findings.

Grades: 6 - 9

Length: This is a full year course.

AP Environmental Science:

This course follows the syllabus and guidelines as set forth by AP Central. (Click Here). The goal of this course is to provide students with the scientific background needed to understand how the Earth works and how we, as human beings, fit into the that process. At the end of the course, it is expected that students will be able to identify and analyze environmental problems as well as the risks associated with these problems and understand what it is to be a steward in the environment, studying how to live their lives in a more sustainable manner. This course also prepares the high school student to take the AP exam given in May.

Grades: 11 - 12

Length: This is a full year course.

Astronomy:

This course provides the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding about the solar system, galaxy, and universe in which we live. Much attention is given to an appreciation for how we have obtained this information about the universe. Students use tools of observation to learn about space and learn how other astronomers past and present have used tools available. Areas of study include: the process of science, including use of the tools used to observe the sky; stellar astronomy and how stars change over time; and planetary astronomy and how interstellar spacecraft are obtaining information about other bodies in the solar system.

Grades: 8 - 12

Length: This course can be offered in one or two semesters.