Middle school science instruction engages students in order to further develop their investigation and inquiry skills. Students will encounter more rigorous phenomenon as they develop skills in the areas of life science, earth and space science, physical science, engineering, and technology.  Through experiences linked to the Next Generation Science Standards, activities focus on explaining phenomenon and designing solutions to problems.



      High school science instruction continues to build upon the foundations of scientific phenomenon learned in middle school grades and enhance the scientific knowledge and inquiry leading them toward potential careers. Students matriculate through the core science courses of biology, chemistry and physics, as well as engage in a variety of science electives of their choosing. Students also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of advanced placement science courses.  Through active engagement in science experiences, all students utilize evidence and engineering practices to design and defend conclusions based on experiences from the world around them.

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     Director of Science