High School Science Courses
Science courses typically follow the pattern below. However, in some cases, based on the student’s previous school transcripts, your counselor may assign a science course that will meet your needs and the graduation requirements. Three courses are required for graduation; one of these needs to be a lab science.
- Physical Science
- Physics or Integrated Physics and Chemistry
Optional science courses:
- Earth Science
- AP Biology
- AP Chemistry
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Also known as General Science II, in this course students explore the building blocks of our world and how these small particles interact to create energy and physical mass. Lessons on measurement, observation, and evaluation encourage students to see the world through the eyes of science…
1 credit: Grades 11-12
This biology course will expand upon that knowledge and deepen students’ understanding. The major concepts covered are chemical properties of living things, cells, genetics, evolution, biological diversity, plants, animals, and ecology...
This chemistry course will expand upon that knowledge, further develop students’ understanding of microstructure of substances, and teach the symbolic and mathematical world of formulas, equations, and symbols…
Students may take either Chemistry or AP Chemistry.