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This course is meant for testing purposes only.

This course outlines Moodle's features by providing examples of activities and resources.

Chemistry of Everyday Living is a non-mathematical introduction to the basic principles of chemistry with an emphasis on chemistry relevant to everyday life. Topics will include nuclear, food, agricultural, drug, cosmetic and polymer chemistry. This is a lab-based course that will form an important background for all students to be further developed at the college level. Emphasis is placed on classroom participation, laboratory techniques, technical writing and problem solving.


This is the required science course for the junior year The Bridge Year Program.

This Advanced Placement Physics Course is Calculus based and will prepare the students for the AP PHYSICS C: Mechanics AP Exam

This course investigates the fundamental principles of Physics (Newtonian Laws) and how they apply to our everyday lives.

Astronomy is a semester-long, lab-based course. The course will focus on the solar system and stellar astronomy. Students will use a variety of podcasts and animations to understand the key ideas which will be reinforced through in-class learning-tutorials, peer-instruction, and other learner-centered models. Lab time will include hands-on labs as well as a number of computer based simulations. The student will have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding through the use of several core projects.

Learn about atoms, the periodic table, bonding, and chemical equations. Includes labs, projects, discussion, written assignments, word problems, etc.

College Prep. Physics will study Matter and Energy and their interactions . Topics include forces, motion, energy, electricity, gravity and newton's laws.

The AP Biology course is designed to enable you to develop advanced inquiry and reasoning skills, such as designing a plan for collecting data, analyzing data, applying mathematical routines, and connecting concepts in and across domains. The result will be readiness for the study of advanced topics in subsequent college coursesÔÇöa goal of every AP course.

This AP Biology course is equivalent to a two-semester college introductory biology course and has been endorsed enthusiastically by higher education officials.

Big Idea 1: Evolution
The process of evolution drives the diversity and unity of life.

Big Idea 2: Cellular Processes: Energy and Communication
Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce, and to maintain dynamic homeostasis.

Big Idea 3: Genetics and Information Transfer
Living systems store, retrieve, transmit, and respond to information essential to life processes.

Big Idea 4: Interactions
Biological systems interact, and these systems and their interactions possess complex properties.

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Human Anatomy and Physiology will cover the basic structures and functions of the human body.  Students will understand the organization of the body by studying the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. Many health related topics will be included such as diseases, medical tests, and health care career information.