This year long advanced biology course is faster paced and geared toward those Junior and Seniors planning to enter a health or biological-related profession. The class will present the essential principles of human anatomy and physiology. It will include a review over basic chemistry and cell understanding. The class will discuss the systems of the body in some detail. (Endocrine, Reproductive, Urinary, Integument, Respiratory, Senses, Nervous, Digestive, Lymphatic and Cardiovascular) Information covered will be geared to benefit those students planning to enter a health or biological-related profession. Both structure and function of the human body will be explored along with the mechanisms for maintaining homeostasis within it.  Dissections will be used as an intricate part of the learning and understanding. A variety of species and their structures will be dissected and researched for comparative anatomy purposes.


Advanced Placement course for Chemistry

This course deals with the study of life from the single-celled organisms to the larger multicellular individuals. Areas of specific study will include the scientific method, respiration, photosynthesis, evolution, classification and structural systems, microbiology, and genetics.

This course deals with the study of life from the single-celled organisms to the larger multicellular individuals. Areas of specific study will include the scientific method, respiration, photosynthesis, evolution, classification and structural systems, microbiology, and genetics.

Here is the 1st Semester Schedule

Earth/Space-1 credit, 9th, Taught by Ms. Bottom and Mr. Bartel, Required for ALL incoming freshmen and Transfer students!

This course investigates two diverse areas of science; Earth Science and Physical Science. This class explores the workings, movements, energies, and composition of everything from tiny atoms to massive galaxies, and the changes through which it has gone during its life. Laboratory investigations, class discussions, library research, and star lab are included in this look at many areas of science. Students are also introduced to astronomical observations as a part of the curriculum.

Here is the 1st Semester Schedule