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Science

Biology

Biology is a laboratory-based life science course for all students.

Biology Advanced

Biology A is a more rigorous laboratory-based life science course for students with aptitude and interest in the biological sciences.

Physical Science

This class is an introduction to chemistry and physics.  Laboratory work and math skills are emphasized.

Advanced Placement Biology

Biology AP is a College Board-accredited, first year college survey course in the life sciences taught in the high school setting.  This course is laboratory-based.  

Chemistry

Chemistry is an introductory course focusing on the physical and chemical properties of matter and quantitative aspects of chemistry. Laboratory work is emphasized.

Chemistry Advanced

Chemistry A is a more rigorous laboratory-based course for students with aptitude and interest in the physical or medical sciences.

Advanced Placement Chemistry

AP Chemistry is a first-year college survey course in chemistry taught in the high school setting.  This course is intended to be a second year chemistry course. Extensive laboratory work and maintenance of a lab notebook are emphasized.  The course is preparatory for the AP Chemistry exam.

Physics

This class introduces the physics of everyday life.  This course is Algebra and laboratory-based with emphasis on the practical applications of physics.

Advanced Placement Physics

AP Physics is a first–year college survey course in physics taught in the high school setting.  This course is preparatory for the AP Physics 1 exam.

Environmental Education

This laboratory-based course investigates the environment and the effects of human activity on ecosystems.

Medical Biology

An introductory laboratory-based physiology and anatomy course.

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